The hyphenate="true" helped me. But I have a
slightly different requirement.
I want that if a word comes in a line whose length is
greater than the column width, the word must print on
the same line and breaks with a hyphenation to the
next. The default hyphenation="true" option causes the
long word(whose length is > column width) to begin on
a new line.
Would this be possible with XSL-FO?
--- "W. Eliot Kimber" <eliot(_at_)isogen(_dot_)com> wrote:
I am constructing a XSL-FO table. I want a
wrapping effect like as in MS Word. When something
typed in a table row, I need 2 conditions to be
1) When a word touches the column boundary , the
word wraps to the next line(the word is not split)
This is normal behavior unless you explicitly turn
off line breaking.
2) If length of word is greater than the column
the word is split and continues on the next line
You will have to turn on hyphenation and probably
hyphentation character (if you don't actually want a
hyphen when a word
Different implementations may behave differently
when flowing text into
constrained spaces--XEP, for example, never breaks
hyphentation is on, XSL Formatter may. The FO
specification leaves these
details of line breaking up to implementations.
W. Eliot Kimber, eliot(_at_)isogen(_dot_)com
Consultant, ISOGEN International
1016 La Posada Dr., Suite 240
Austin, TX 78752 Phone: 512.656.4139
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