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Subject: [OASIS Issue Tracker] (OFFICE-4077) Not clear, to which elements attributes vertical-rel and vertical-pos can be applied

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Regina Henschel commented on OFFICE-4077:

The problem was noticed while working on issue OASIS-2073:

Page-content-bottom vertical relation

> Not clear, to which elements attributes vertical-rel and vertical-pos can be applied
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: OFFICE-4077
>                 URL: https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-4077
>             Project: OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC
>          Issue Type: Bug
>            Reporter: Regina Henschel
>            Priority: Minor
> This issue is about the wording in 20.397 style:vertical-pos and 20.398 style:vertical-rel, ODF 1.3 part 3. It is not clear to which elements these attributes can be applied and which restrictions exists.
> Current text is:
> The style:vertical-pos attribute specifies the vertical alignment of a frame relative to a specific area.
> The style:vertical-rel attribute specifies the area against which the vertical position of a frame is positioned.
> Problems:
> (A) Is 'frame' a <draw:frame> element? Then that should have been written as reference to that element. But at least LibreOffice uses it for all kind of shapes.
> (B) The schema allows it in element 17.21 <style:graphic-properties> and in element 17.19 <style:list-level-properties>.
> (c) The "Table 23 - Vertical Relation Values" lists the restriction of the values by anchor-type. It is not clear, whether the use in lists has restrictions of the values too.
> A solution needs to be discussed.
> To reduce complexity, I can image to divide the text into a section for use with <style:list-level-properties> and a second section for use with <style:graphic-properties>.
> To cover not only <draw:frame> but other shapes too, it might be necessary to define a technical term "graphical element" or "graphical object" or "drawing shape".

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