From: Chris Bowditch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 22 2004 - 05:02:01 PDT
I'm using XEP 3.7.8 and trying to keep borders consistent on a table which
splits on a page-break. By Consistent, I mean we only specify certain borders
on each cell to avoid overlap (as collapse is not implemented), thus when a
table splits across a page the bottom border of the last cells and top border
of the first cells on new page are not present.
I recently saw a message on this list regarding
border.conditionality="retain", which I though could be used to solve the
problem. However, when running XEP on some FO that uses border.conditionality
I receive the following message:
Attribute border.conditionality cannot occur at element fo:table
I also tried specifying this for the components of the border property, e.g.
border-left-width.conditionality="retain", with the same result.
Is conditionality implemented on borders, and if not, then is there any way to
keep borders consistent when a table is split across a page?
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