From: Nicholas Gledhill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Oct 07 2004 - 16:15:17 PDT
I agree that examples would help - however I did have a similar problem
with images of mine in floats, where half or more of the image seemed to
be missing in some may. It turned out to be a mixture of the fact that I
had explicitly said that the backgound should be 'white' instead of
transparent or nothing, and the z-order in which the different elements
Check whether or not you are explicitly setting the background colour...
if you aren't then it's a different problem.
The appearance of these 'holes' is erratic, but seems to be
function of how close the footnotes are placed to one another. Is this
inheritance issue? a bug in XEP? (large blocks of text work as I
or am I just being silly trying to use footnote as a bottom of page
Thanks in advance for any comments ...
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