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block-progression-dimension property

From: Roger Neate <Roger_Neate@QUINTON.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 15:09:29 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <7A561DFCE4397C49A3B2EC903975EA3E35A874@QEX1.quinton.com>
To: xsl-editors@w3.org
W3C CR-XSL-20001121, Section 7.13.1. "block-progression-dimension", states:
"This property specifies the block-progression-dimension of the
content-rectangle." It seems unclear as to how this should be interpreted. 

If the block-progression-dimension is set to a fixed length, can multiple
areas be generated by a formatting object to which this property applies? Or
can only one area be generated with the specified
block-progression-dimension? 

If multiple areas can be generated, does each area have a
block-progression-dimension of the specified length? Or is the sum of the
block-progression-dimensions equal to the property's computed value? 

Similar questions probably also apply to the inline-progression-dimension
property.
Received on Thursday, 26 July 2001 05:43:36 GMT

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