Jon Smirl wrote: >In the 1/12/2000 XSL-WD table elements like table-row, >table-column, table-cell, etc. can't carry the Common Font >Property group. Attribute lists for a formatting object enumerate only properties that are_directly used_ in defining traits for areas influenced by this formatting object. Font properties are used in formatting fo:block children of fo:table-cells, rather than formatting fo:table-* elements themselves. Nevertheless, you *can* specify them on table elements, according to XSL-WD 5.2: "The inheritable properties can be placed on any formatting object". (There's a slight contradiction in my reasoning. As far as every length may be expressed in ems, font-size is _always_ directly used in formatting any object. But it doesn't change the conclusion.) Regards, Nikolai Grigoriev RenderX XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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