As we wander the internet, gathering images, videos and text to make stories, how do we carry them back to camp, how do we share them with our community?
Tag: Dave Cramer
A Bag Full of Stories
Latest commentshey Eric, Weasyprint is pretty interesting and we are hoping to get some posts about it. Would you be interested in writing something?
CaSSius: heavyweight typesetting with lightweight technology2016-10-07 06:05:33 adam hyde
In 1998, I did this with Framemaker. Fun times. More recently, I've done this with the python package xhtml2pdf, whose github repo now says "Use Weasyprint" which appears to have a lot of the functionality you're hoping for. http://weasyprint.org/ You have to do JATS->HTML for web; makes sense to use the same toolchain for print.
CaSSius: heavyweight typesetting with lightweight technology2016-10-03 14:28:15 Eric Hellman
You’re right Dave, thanks for this insight! What’s also interesting is to see how the CSS working group chose to go along the Adobe road to describe the drop cap. For now the attribute is not really supported, but let’s keep an eye on this. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/initial-letter And, while looking at it W3C also thought of the alignment of those drop cap. Maybe we can start to think about hanging punctuation. https://drafts.csswg.org/css-inline/#aligning-initial-letter
Drop Cap : A smallest history of the drop cap2016-09-22 17:49:09 Julian Taquet
Note the CSS Working Group now has a proposal for declarative drop caps: https://drafts.csswg.org/css-inline/#initial-letter-styling This has already been shipped by Apple (with a -webkit- prefix). It's currently being implemented in Firefox.