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[xsl] fo:inline vs. fo:wrapper

From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@---------------->
Date: 7/4/2002 3:03:00 PM
Hi all,

I'm wondering about (what may be) a fine point of FO semantics.

Is there something about fo:inline that prevents them from breaking across 

I am seeing this behavior in RenderX XEP (a fine tool), but thought that 
inlines could break.

I'm prepared to use fo:wrapper to instigate momentary changes, say, into an 
italic face -- but had supposed fo:inline was the right way.

Can anyone shed light on this?


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