RE: [xep-support] RenderX rendering padding above and below image

From: G. Ken Holman <>
Date: Mon Oct 02 2006 - 08:22:05 PDT

At 2006-10-02 16:15 +0200, Mark Cilia Vincenti wrote:
>Excellent, that fixes the problem. Thanks!
>However, it seems to me as though this is more of a workaround.

It is not.

>Perhaps the guys at RenderX could give it a look?
>It is putting in at least 1mm padding between
>the second and third row, and a thin white line
>between the 1st and second row.

Those "thin white lines" are lines of leading.

According to XSL-FO an engine can arbitrarily
choose a value for leading between 1.0 and 1.2 (a
factor of the line height). Alternatively, one
can specify an arbitrary line height.

>How can I remove these please?

Andi's suggestion is the appropriate way to specify "no leading between lines".

. . . . . . . Ken

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