View Full Version : problem with fliph() in displaying barcode

Nov 30th, 2006, 05:54 AM

In my application I am displaying a barcode from top to bottom in code 39 font. The barcode needs to be displayed top bottom to top when read from RHS side. So i am using the following div tag. But the barcode gets displayed in bold. but when i remove the fliph() attribute the font becomes normal again but its not in the correct positioning for me. The following is the div tag i have used for the same. Kindly help me out in making this lighter

<DIV STYLE='position:absolute;FONT-SIZE: 19px; LEFT: 0.000000px;LINE-HEIGHT: 0.9em;FONT-FAMILY: MRV Code39S; font-weight: lighter; LETTER-SPACING: 0em ; TOP: 162.000000px;WRITING-MODE: bt-rl ;filter: flipH(); height:250px;width:20px;'

Nov 30th, 2006, 06:01 AM
You do realize the filter only works in IE and that there are other browsers out there besides IE?

Nov 30th, 2006, 06:32 AM
yah i realize that this will run only on ie. but the client is using only ie.

Nov 30th, 2006, 03:06 PM
Is that a limitation of the font itself? Could you substitute the font with a graphic?