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NAME

PDF::Template::Container::Font


PURPOSE

To specify the font used for TEXTBOX nodes


NODE NAME

FONT


INHERITANCE

PDF::Template::Container


ATTRIBUTES


CHILDREN

None


AFFECTS

The font used when rendering a TEXTBOX


DEPENDENCIES

None


USAGE


  <font face="Times-Roman" h="8">

    ... Children will be rendered in 8-point TimesRoman font ...

  </font>

Please note that not specifying a FONT tag will result in a PDFLib error when the first TEXTBOX attempts to render. Since not all PDF documents involve text, PDF::Template does not require a FONT tag.

(I might require a FONT tag if a TEXTBOX tag exists, but only after the non- standard behavior of FONT is fixed. q.v. the NOTE below.)


NOTE

For backwards compatability, a stand-alone FONT tag will be treated as if it is the parent for all nodes until the end of the parent node. This behavior is deprecated and will be removed in a future release.


  <pagedef>

    ... Children here aren't affected by the FONT tag below ...

    <font face="Times-Roman" h="8"/>

    ... Children here _ARE_ affected by the FONT tag above ...

  </pagedef>


AUTHOR

Rob Kinyon (rob.kinyon@gmail.com)


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