I guess that the above mentioned patch is there for a good reason, but somehow it interferes with our custom fig.title attribute set, i. e. it adds a text-align="center" to the fig.title attribute settings, which is unwanted behavior.
The code is in the custom.xsl file of the com.oxygenxml.pdf.custom plugin:
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<!-- OXYGEN PATCH START EXM-18109 --> <xsl:if test="following-sibling::*[contains(@class,' topic/image ')][@placement='break']"> <xsl:attribute name="text-align" select="if (empty(following-sibling::*[contains(@class,' topic/image ')]/@align)) then 'center' else following-sibling::*[contains(@class,' topic/image ')]/@align"/> </xsl:if> <!-- OXYGEN PATCH END EXM-18109 -->
When I comment out these lines, the fig title is correctly aligned to the left.
I cannot override this via our attribute-set as usual within the DITA OT setting. I guess I will have to override the com.oxygenxml.pdf.custom plugin, correct?