From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 23 2004 - 05:30:47 PDT
This effect is caused by space-after being stacked instead of
overlapped in XEP. This is an implementation peculiarity and it's
likely to persist for a while. Setting zero space-after on the last
list element is a suitable workaround for this problem.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
WD> There is an asymmetry in the attached example I don't understand.
WD> It is a list-block with a preceding and a succeeding paragraph,
WD> neither of which have any space-before or space-after. The list
WD> has two list-items. Both their list-item-body elements have a
WD> space-before and space-after of 0.5em. The list itself also has
WD> a space-before and a space-after of 0.5em.
WD> When I run the example, I see that the space after the second item
WD> is larger than the space before the first one. When I set the
WD> space-after of the second list-item-body to 0.0em, the spaces are
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