From: David Tolpin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 01 2003 - 01:47:26 PST
> I have a problem w/ XEP 3.3.x (Stamped Client) on <fo:list-block/>
> elements, of which I think it might be a bug in XEP 3.3.x.
This is not a bug in XEP.
XEP used to be a 'common-sense' formatter, namely, it stopped inheritance
of indents over reference-areas' boundaries. Since version 3.2, there is
an option XEP2_COMPATIBLE_MODE. When it is true, XEP still does the same
as before. When it is false, XEP inherits everything everywhere.
Since version 3.3, this option is set to false by default. Thus start-indent
set on list-item-body is inherited through the table to table-cells' contents.
The problem can be remedied in two ways.
Firstly, XEP2_COMPATIBLE_MODE=true can be set in xep.xml or on the command line.
Secondly, docbook stylesheets can be fixed to explicitely reset indents
on containers' boundaries.
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