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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] XREFs in table cells not hypenating

I know that XEP can hyphenate within table cells.  I couldn't tell from your short example what is going on because the table columns are not specified.  I really got confused by "not even breaking lines".  Does that mean the text overrides the cell boundary?  Perhaps you could send me a complete fo table that exhibits the problem.
Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2008 7:18 AM
Subject: [docbook-apps] XREFs in table cells not hypenating

Hi all,

I'm using Docbook 5, Docbook XSL 1.73.2, and RenderX XEP. I've got the main hypenate parameter for my style sheets set to "true" and I've also hardcoded the hypenate="true" property into the inline element containing the output of the XREF element, and yet...not hypenating, not even breaking lines. Any ideas? A sample of the output FO is below:

    <fo:table-cell padding-left="2pt" padding-right="2pt" padding-top="2pt"
                                padding-bottom="2pt" keep-with-previous="always"
                                keep-with-next="always" wrap-option="wrap"
                                border-bottom-width="0.5pt" border-bottom-style="solid"
                                border-bottom-color="black" border-right-width="0.5pt"
                                border-right-style="solid" border-right-color="black">
                                <fo:block font-weight="bold" font-family="sans-serif"
                                    hyphenate="true" font-size="9pt" keep-with-next="always">
                                    <fo:block space-before.optimum="6pt" space-before.minimum="4pt"
                                            <fo:inline hyphenate="true">Section 3.1, "Write Request"</fo:inline>
                                        </fo:basic-link> or <fo:basic-link
                                            <fo:inline hyphenate="true">Section 3.4, "Stripe Write Request"</fo:inline>


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