On 2 August 2012 18:18, Regina Henschel <email@example.com> wrote:
However, if I try to do this in libreoffice with register true turned on,
it is doing this:
The first letter is bigger than the rest...
[this gap appears]
This is the second line...
I don't know, why the gap appears. If I set the text-to-text alignment to
bottom, it should not be there.
Well, I've realised why it is doing it. As the first letter is bigger, it
is making the bottom line of that line of text go lower, meaning the second
line doesn't have the space to go where it normally would, but because
register true is on, rather than just going marginally lower it has to skip
down another line. I can over rule this by setting the line-width to fixed
at some value less than a normal line (as register true overrules the fixed
line width), but this mucks up the exported xhtml. The annoying thing is
that because the first letter is always a capital there is no need for the
bottom line to change.
Using the Drop Cap and line feeds also mucks up the exported xhtml.
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