XSL-FO azimuth Property
Definition and Usage
The azimuth property is used only in Aural Stylesheets.
The aural rendering of a document combines sounds and voices to go through the content of a document. Aural presentation occurs often by converting the document to plain text and then feeding this to a screen reader.
Situations and markets for listening to information could be:
- for blind people
- in the car
- help users learning to read
Azimuth and elevation are important properties for aural presentation. These properties are used to keep several voices apart. In real life, all the people do not stand in the same spot in a room.
The azimuth property specifies what side the sound should come from.
- Inherited: yes
- Percentages: N/A
- Media: aural
|angle||A fixed value within the range -360deg to 360deg.
|left-side||270deg and behind 270deg|
|far-left||300deg and behind 240deg|
|left||320deg and behind 220deg|
|center-left||340deg and behind 200deg|
|center||Default. 0deg and behind 180deg|
|center-right||20deg and behind 160deg|
|right||40deg and behind 140deg|
|far-right||60deg and behind 120deg|
|right-side||90deg and behind 90deg|
|leftwards||The sound moves to the left|
|rightwards||The sound moves to the right|
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