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From sanjib....@iflexsolutions.com
Subject RE: inconsistent table/t.cell border widths with DocBook to PDF
Date Wed, 05 Jun 2002 08:41:14 GMT
Yes , while viewing it this kind of problem might occur ,
also i was getting the same problem. but try to take a print out .
U will not find this problem . It will come properly. 

 Sanjib Ku. Das 
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-----Original Message-----
From: Norbert Schoepke [mailto:N.Schoepke@criticalreach.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 1:28 AM
To: fop-user@xml.apache.org
Subject: inconsistent table/t.cell border widths with DocBook to PDF

Hi FOPpers !

While using FOP to build some docbooks of mine works quite nicely, one
rather visual problem occured when I used tables.
The linewidth of the table/cell borders is not the same for all cells.
Some borders appear to be double as wide as others.
Yet there seems to be no pattern either, thus I came to think it could
be a bug. I experimented with different borderwidths by setting the
corresponding parameter in the DocBook stylesheets (Norman Walsh's XSL
But that didn't help.
It looks...well...unprofessional so I wanted to ask if this is a known
problem, if it's a stylesheet or FOP problem and if there is a
fix/workaround to it.

I would be glad to hear any hint about this
Norbert Schoepke

PS : At work I have problems reading the user-digest (I can only read
 the first post of the list in Lotus Notes)...please post to my
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