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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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Michael Stahl commented on OFFICE-4077:

funnily in 19.759 text:anchor-type we have first:

"The text:anchor-type attribute specifies howÂ*a frame* is bound to a text document."

then a table heading says:

"TheÂ*drawing shape* element shall be located in file text ..."

these denominate the same set of objects.

Writer code uses the general term "Fly" for objects that can be anchored, i.e. drawing shapes, text frames, embedded objects, form controls.

> 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
>             Fix For: ODF-Next
> 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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