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From jsolutions <j...@jsolutions.co.uk>
Subject Re: line-height.conditionality
Date Tue, 26 Mar 2013 08:11:21 GMT
Thanks Chris, 

That is not really the scenario I'm dealing with. I specifically want there
to be no half leading above the first line in a reference area. At the
bottom of a reference area, I want the line breaking to allow a line to fit
on the page when it's line-height is too big for the page, but if you remove
the bottom half leading then it can fit.

Here is an example of it not working with the input data given, the black
border is on the body region and the red border on the block I want
line-height.conditionality to apply to:

output.pdf <http://apache-fop.1065347.n5.nabble.com/file/n38226/output.pdf>  

I thought this was the main purpose of the line-height.conditionality

Anyway, I have made some modifications to the fop source and split the line
area into a box/glue/penalty rather than a single box, when determining page

I may submit it if I thought there was enough interest, but the lack of
response and also the fact that RenderX and Antenna House also don't appear
to support it. The fact that they didn't appear to made me think I was doing
something wrong.



John Cumming - jSolutions Ltd
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