From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 09 2004 - 01:35:49 PST
WR> Thank you!
WR> BTW, we greatly appreciate that repeating headers have now been implemented
WR> as we are just getting into a project phase that is heavy on tables.
WR> As an adjunct issue, I noticed that currently table layout is fixed (listed
WR> in the non-compliance section of your documentation). After some
WR> experimentation it would appear that this means that table width is equally
WR> distributed between all columns that do not have explicit widths. Is this
Table width left after placing of all columns with explicit width is
distributed between the columns with missing width specifier as if
they have width="proportional-column-width(1)".
WR> Do you have any idea when you might implement table-layout="auto"? From the
WR> spec this seems to imply implementing some sort of table layout optimization
WR> algorithm, but no specific one is mandated.
We do plan to implement it in the future, but its not going to happen
WR> -Ronald S. Wood.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
WR> -----Original Message-----
WR> From: Nikolai Grigoriev [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
WR> Sent: Thursday, 08 January, 2004 07:20
WR> To: email@example.com
WR> Cc: Wood, Ronald
WR> Subject: Re: [xep-support] Repeating table headers/3.7
>> when an initial table header would push the first body row to the next
>> page, instead of starting on the next page XEP writes out the first
>> body row with NO headers.
WR> This is indeed a bug in the headers implementation that wasn't covered by
WR> our tests. We spotted the place where it happens; the fix is easy, so I
WR> expect the updated version (XEP 3.7.1) will be available within 48 hours.
WR> Thank you very much for finding this out. Your feedback is very valuable for
WR> Best regards,
WR> Nikolai Grigoriev
WR> ----- Original Message -----
WR> From: "Wood, Ronald" <rwood@CCBN.com>
WR> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
WR> Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 1:09 AM
WR> Subject: [xep-support] Repeating table headers/3.7
WR> I am seeing an issue with the new repeating table headers. It appears that
WR> when an initial table header would push the first body row to the next page,
WR> instead of starting on the next page XEP writes out the first body row with
WR> NO headers.
WR> I tried setting keep-with-next.within-page="always" on the table-header, but
WR> that doesn't fix it. I haven't checked if that's even a valid place to put
WR> Any ideas?
WR> -Ronald S. Wood.
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