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   Re: [xml-dev] Future of XSL-FO at W3C??

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> A class attribute can be multi-valued so with a good CSS design you must 
> be able to get away with it by editing CSS files only.

Yes but this means that you must carefully structure your XSLT to allow
this. It would simpler to structure your xslt to allow the same
customisation directly by importing xsl stylesheets defining appropriate
attribute sets of fo properties.

> In any case, I'm sure having the choice of using CSS would be 
> appreciated by developers.

If people know css and don't know xslt or xsl fo I am sure they find it
easier to use css, I agree.


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