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From Andreas Delmelle <andreas.delme...@telenet.be>
Subject Re: Numbering according to attribute
Date Sun, 15 Mar 2009 09:34:36 GMT
On 15 Mar 2009, at 08:36, Maria2009 wrote:


> <snip />
> BUT: In the text I get different design of the footnote numbers:
> - Those from the m-elements are numbered "#n" without the  
> nonbreaking space
> (Achtelgeviert).
> - Those from the note-elements are numbered "n" with the nonbreaking  
> space
> (Achtelgeviert) included as I expected.
> What is going wrong?

It's difficult to tell without seeing the FO result, but I'm wondering  
whether it may not be a case of a different font-family being used in  
both cases. If you end up with a literal '#', this points to a glyph  
not being found in the font. Can you check if both are rendered with a  
different font-family? The footnote's font-family is inherited from  
the block the citation appears in. Unless it is also overridden in the  
attribute set 'font.superscript', it could mean that those citations  
appearing in the 'm' nodes will get a different font than the ones  
appearing in the 'itm' nodes.



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