#615 superscript comes out as subscript

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XSL (1066)
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2005-03-07
2005-02-23
No

The example contains 2 paragraphs, and when I process
the example, on line 4 of each of the paragraphs in the
PDF file appears a <superscripts>. One of it is treated
as a subscript ! and the only difference between this
to paragraphs is the presence of a "a" right before the
part where appears the superscript.

I'm using XSL stylesheet for XML 1.68.1 or 1.66.1 with
fop 0.20.5

Discussion

  • Robert Stayton

    Robert Stayton - 2005-02-27

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    I don't see any examples or attachments. Did the submitter
    forget to include it?

     
  • Denis(ellipsys)

    Denis(ellipsys) - 2005-03-04
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  • Robert Stayton

    Robert Stayton - 2005-03-04

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    I am not able to duplicate this problem with XSL 1.68.1 and
    fop 0.20.5. I have attached my output file. Can the poster
    provide the XSL customization being used?

     
  • Denis(ellipsys)

    Denis(ellipsys) - 2005-03-06

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    Hello Bob, thank you for your test.

    I put the XSL file on
    http://www.ellipsys.fr/download-public/Support.pdf

    By the way the bug appears line 5, not line 4. The first
    s<superscript>...

    It seems to be related with the size of the superscript. I fixed
    it at 60%. If I use 70%, the result comes out good.

    Denis

     
  • Robert Stayton

    Robert Stayton - 2005-03-06
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  • Robert Stayton

    Robert Stayton - 2005-03-06

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    I looked at the XSL code, and I looked at the FO output, and
    there is nothing wrong with the FO output for that non-
    superscript text. It does not differ in any way from the other
    superscripts. Given that changing the font size corrects the
    problem, I think we have to conclude that this is a bug in
    FOP, not the XSL stylesheets.

     
  • Denis(ellipsys)

    Denis(ellipsys) - 2005-03-07

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    Thank you Bob for this answer. I will try to take a look at
    FOP's code, or look for information about FOP's evolution.
    Thank you by the way too for this excellent book you wrote
    on Docbook's stylesheets.

     
  • Denis(ellipsys)

    Denis(ellipsys) - 2005-03-07
    • status: open-out-of-date --> closed-out-of-date
     

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