From: Anders Svensson (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 21 2003 - 08:49:47 PDT
Maybe I'm not understanding you correctly, but I think that doesn't do
it for me, unfortunately:
If I only specify borders on one edge I will get no border at all above
the first block (or last if I use border-top...), and I need to have
borders on both sides on all blocks.
If I on the other hand specify 1/2 the rule on one of the edges I don't
see how that would help... Say that I would set the border-top to 2 pt,
and the border-bottom to 1 pt, I would still have both borders between
rows (2 + 1 = 3 pt) and only one border on the first block's top border
(2 pt) and the last block's bottom border (1 pt). Right?
The thing that creates problems of course is the fact that page breaks
occur in places out of my control (at least relatively so). If that
wasn't so I could always specify border-top only, and then set a
border-bottom only on the last block using the last() function. But that
doesn't work when there are page breaks...
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of W. Eliot Kimber
Sent: den 21 oktober 2003 16:22
Subject: Re: [xep-support] collapsing table borders
Anders Svensson wrote:
> 1. Is there a workaround?
Only specify borders on one edge of adjacent blocks. This requires more
work when generating your FO instance but is certainly doable.
Alternatively, specify 1/2 the rule width for adjacent edges so the
effective width is the width you really wanted.
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