Re: XSL-FO: Background text spanned on several table
G. Ken Holman wrote: > > Ideally, what I would like is something like this (the > > vertical position of the background text does not really > > matter): > > http://www.fgeorges.org/tmp/background-text.jpg > > But I don't know how to tell the processor to use all the > > available vertical space for the inner table. > By expressing the block-container height in the cells to be > the sum of the heights of the rows being spanned. I had to do > this in my UN layout key stylesheets: every cell had an > explicit block-progression-dimension= property. > As I said, you are limited in your heights by having to > expressly calculate what the heights are for cells. > But since you know which rows are being spanned, and > (hopefully) which heights are in those rows, it can still be > calculated. Unfortunately I don't. Depending on the length of the text within them, the height of the spanned rows can vary. So if I understand correctly what you've said, it is not possible to achieve this goal in plain XSL-FO, is it? Anyway, thanks for your help! -- Florent Georges http://www.fgeorges.org/
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