Wed, 8 Aug 2001 18:44:26 -0700 (PDT)
On Thu, 9 Aug 2001, Ross Moore wrote:
> The difficult part of programming pnmcrop is to capture exactly the
> right amount of (background colored) space below the text,
> so that images are correctly aligned when centered vertically.
> (One cannot just crop to the minimal rectangle containing the text.)
Hmm. That's what I had pnmcrop do. When I inline an image it moves
around depending on whether there is plain old text above and or below
it. I can't see the benefit.
But then, I was viewing the file with a non-css aware browser. with a
newer one it seems to stay at the same level even when there's text
below it /or/ above. ok, makes sense.
There was a time
A wind that blew so young
For this could be the biggest sky
And I could have the faintest idea