From: Jim Melton (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 26 2003 - 10:26:26 PDT
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At 12:36 2003-06-20 +0500 Friday, David Tolpin wrote:
> > SUMMARY OF PROBLEM 1) The (vertical) distance between the paragraph
> > preceding a table and the actual caption of the table does not change, no
> > matter what I have tried. For reasons of document usability, I really
> > would like to have a bit of space between the preceding text and the
>table-caption generates a reference area. space-before.conditionality is
>by default. If you really need to adjust the distance this way in your
>specify space-before.conditionality="retain" on the block with space-before.
I have now implemented this and, of course, it works great!
> > SUMMARY OF PROBLEM 2) In the first table in my document, the left
> margin of
> > text in the table cells is exactly what I would like them all to be. In
> > the second and third tables, the left margin within table cells (all of
> > them!) has been increased by something on the order of 20 or 30
> points. In
> > the fourth and fifth tables, the margins are back to "expected". I have
> > not checked all of my tables (this document has 52 tables), but a random
> > sampling suggests no particular pattern. The following two snippets are
> > taken from the first and second tables, respectively:
>Starting with version 3.3, I think, XEP2_COMPATIBLE_MODE=false by default,
>and indents are inherited through table boundaries (in accordance with XSL
>and against common sense). Set start-indent="0pt" end indent="0pt"
>on table-body and the problem will be resolved.
I have also implemented this and, of course, it works great!
> > SUMMARY OF PROBLEM 3) I would like for all of my tables' left border to be
> > aligned with my pages' left margin. Many of my tables are aligned in this
> > way, but others are not. There does not appear to be any pattern related
> > to the tables immediately following ordinary (unindented) text or
> > (indented) numbered rules or anything else that I can find. I have not
> > included snippets of FO code for this problem because I have no idea what
> > would be appropriate to provide.
>Put the sample on FTP somewhere and send me a link off-list.
I have posted two files for you at:
In the PDF file, please look on the page with number 123 at the bottom (it
is the 135th page) and you will immediately see the problem.
I apologize for the size of these files, but they are the smallest I have
that clearly demonstrate the problem.
Thanks again for all of your help!
Jim Melton --- Editor of ISO/IEC 9075-* (SQL) Phone: +1.801.942.0144
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