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Re: Lineheight conditional based on page position

Subject: Re: Lineheight conditional based on page position
From: Brandon Ibach <brandon.ibach@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2011 12:23:07 -0500
Re:  Lineheight conditional based on page position
What is the actual effect you're after?  Line height would really only
be an issue if you actually want the lines of a multiline heading
(unlikely if it's just "Chapter X") to be spaced differently at the
top of a column.  If it's really about the space above the heading,
then you should be able to play with space-before, which can be set to
collapse at column boundaries.

-Brandon :)

On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 9:23 AM, Cuzner Stephen P
<Stephen.P.Cuzner@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've got a request to modify the lineheight of a heading being set in a
> fo:block based on whether the block falls at the top of a column or not.
> If Chapter 1 starts at the top of the column I would want
> <fo:block lineheight="18pt">Chapter 1</fo:block>
> But if Chapter 1 starts in the middle of the column I would want
> <fo:block lineheight="21pt">Chapter 1</fo:block>
> I'm using AH Formatter V5.
> I'd appreciate any ideas.
> Steve Cuzner

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