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fo:character and hyphenation

From: Victor Vishnyakov <tch_@mail.ru>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 15:42:43 +0300
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Spec says:


6.6.3 fo:character


Common Usage: 

The fo:character flow object represents a character that is mapped to a
glyph for presentation. It is an atomic unit to the formatter.

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[7.9 Common Hyphenation Properties] 

The question is: how fo:character might be hyphenated?
Why this properties block is added to the fo:character spec?
Received on Monday, 29 September 2003 08:36:44 GMT

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