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Dyanamic font allignment in QWEB report

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sridhar
on 9/8/15, 4:47 AM 837 views

How to develop dynamic font, size and alignment report in QWEB, I tried some way but can't get, when I set a value static it is work but dynamically its not work for example: I my report

  • <div style = "position:absolute;top:30mm;left:35mm;font-size:9px;">

  • <p>ABC It is acctable</p>

  • </div>


so I tried this values are got form one field and pass to the style parameter it is not getting.


<div style = "o.alias_name">

<p> Company</p>

</div>

Here o.alias_name i having this values position:absolute;top:30mm;left:35mm;font-size:9px; but i can't get a proper output, kindly suggest me a solution for this.

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Axel Mendoza
On 9/8/15, 4:53 AM

Hi sridhar

You should use t-att to set attributes like:

<div t-att-style="o.alias_name">

    <p> Company</p>

</div>

Yes it is working fine thank You...

sridhar
on 9/8/15, 5:00 AM

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Asked: 9/8/15, 4:47 AM
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