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From Clay Leeds <cle...@medata.com>
Subject Re: leader pattern="dots"
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2004 21:25:24 GMT
As I recall, there were problems getting fo:leader output to show 
anything besides "rule" under -awt & -print. PDF correctly 
outputs/displays 'dots' and other types, but AWT does not. I checked in 
the fop-user archives (this has been discussed before), but I had 
trouble finding the thread, sorry. Perhaps someone else can shed more 
light on this, and provide the thread.


On Feb 11, 2004, at 11:39 AM, Abhijit Junnare wrote:
> Tried with 'leader-pattern-width' but still it shows
> up in acrobat but will NOT PRINT when printed. seems
> very strange to me too. any more things come to
> anyones mind?
>>> When I generate a PDF the rule is shown in PDF
>> with
>>> dotted pattern. However when I print the PDF the
>> rule
>>> is NOT AT ALL printed.
>> Strange... so it does show up in Acrobat, but not
>> when you print it from
>> there?
>> (seems more like Acrobat-weirdness)
>>> This does not happen if I use
>> leader-pattern="rule".
>> <snip />
>>> Any clues why this is happening?
>> The only thing that comes to mind, is to try and use
>> 'leader-pattern-width'
>> for dots, instead of 'rule-thickness'... although
>> I'm not at all sure
>> whether this is the cause of the strange behaviour
>> (you never know --maybe
>> some tiny difference in PDF code when rendered?)
>> Cheers,
>> Andreas

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