|Summary:||Kerning upsets text-align="end"|
|Product:||Fop - Now in Jira||Reporter:||Barnaby Shearer <Barnaby>|
|Attachments:||Here is an example showing an exaggerated case of the problem.|
Description Barnaby Shearer 2003-10-27 14:39:18 UTC
I have imported several Type 1 fonts (e.g. Adobe Garamon-book) and fop reads in and uses the font Kerning information. However the change in width introduced by the kerning is not correctly taken into account for future items in the same line of text. This is most dramatically demonstrated when you have a table will the first coulomb is a list of names (which include different kerning letter pairs) followed by a column with text-align="end" (i.e. a spreadsheet with row headings then coulombs of right-aligned numbers), the alignment in the second column is noticeable wrong. You can demonstrate this is caused by the kerning by manually removing the kerning information from FOPs xml font file.
Comment 1 Barnaby Shearer 2003-10-27 14:40:54 UTC
Created attachment 8756 [details] Here is an example showing an exaggerated case of the problem.
Comment 2 J.Pietschmann 2003-10-27 18:20:19 UTC
The problem is that the relevant text width calculation doesn't take kerning into account, it just uses the character width only. This can screw any alignment, including centering and justifying. I don't think this will be fixed in the maintenance branch.