From: G. Ken Holman (gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com)
Date: Sat Sep 13 2003 - 14:24:39 PDT
At 2003-09-13 20:53 +0200, Arjan Loeffen wrote:
>Thanks, that did it. I however do not understand the reason for
>inheriting the start-indent value in FO. Can you explain why that is so?
Because inheritance is based on the formatting object tree, not on any
semantics of the formatting objects. Formatting object traits are derived
during the refinement of the formatting object tree.
The semantics of the formatting objects govern the creation of the area
tree *after* the traits have been inherited by the properties, so by then
the start-indent has already been interpreted as a trait of the descendents
of the table.
I hope this helps.
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