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glyph-orientation-horizontal attribute affects the amount that the current text position advances as each glyph is rendered.
When the reference orientation direction is horizontal and the
glyph-orientation-horizontal results in an orientation angle that is a multiple of 180 degrees, then the current text position is incremented according to the horizontal metrics of the glyph. Otherwise, if the value of this attribute is not a multiple of 180 degrees, then the current text position is incremented according to the vertical metrics of the glyph.
This attribute is applied only to text written in a horizontal
Note: As a presentation attribute,
glyph-orientation-horizontal can be used as a CSS property.
You can use this attribute with the following SVG elements:
The value of the angle is restricted to 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees. If another angle is specified, it is rounded to the closest of the permitted values. A value of
0degindicates that all glyphs are set with the top of the glyphs oriented towards the reference orientation. A value of
90degindicates an orientation of 90 degrees clockwise from the reference orientation.
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