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Re: XSLFO fo:table-column alignment

Subject: Re: XSLFO fo:table-column alignment
From: "Sebastian Rahtz" <sebastian.rahtz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 23:45:56 +0000 (GMT)
Re: XSLFO fo:table-column alignment
Nikolai Grigoriev writes:
 > As for the inheritance, I see no difficulty in it: table-columns are
 > supposed
 > to host inheritable features for their cell descendants (I mean descendants
 > in the area tree, not in the result tree). 

oh, are they? sorry, I missed that. even though <table-column> does
NOT have children?

 > A thing I probably miss: why do you need a special 'column-align'?
 > Do you see a special trait here that cannot be expressed by the old
 > poor "text-align"?

no. I was not thinking. "text-align" is fine.

are you telling me that <table-column text-align="center"/> is legal
now, and does what I want?


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