Re: R: XSL:FO editor
"Carlo Brigatti" <carlo.brigatti@xxxxxxxxxx> writes: > - My actual typographic form have a precise layout (I need to > reproduce it exactly), of course with images, rules, ... If XSL or FOP don't allow you to get the layout you require, a solution is to get rid of the document-oriented paradigm that XSL offers and go for a more low-level language such as SVG. Actually you could use both XSL and SVG in FOP, using SVG to add stuff that you can't do with XSL, such as borders with rounded corners. > - I have a lot of this form and is very long to write that XSLT(fo) > stylesheet... so, for me will be very usefull to have a graphic tool for > drawing Another thing you could do (if my understanding of your problem is correct) is design a form template using a tool like Illustrator that outputs SVG, and then incorporate that file in an XSLT style sheet which would read your xml data and re-generate your svg file with the form text (from your xml date) in the right areas. Max. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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