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From ajit kulkarni <aska...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Table border rendered by 0.95
Date Fri, 03 Apr 2009 08:58:58 GMT
Hey Andreas,

Thanks a ton for your concern, I really am thankful to u.

1. 'Smooth Line Art' Option is enabled in my acrobat reader.

2. Separate model is really not suitable for me as it will need lot of
redesigning. (I am using XSLT for to generate fo data).

To make is clearer, I have attached 3 files.

.pdf and corresponding .fo file to illustrate the problem and a jpg file
showing the exact concern.

Please go through them and kindly suggest if I can modify anything to get
the width of the border as uniform as what it used to be in 0.20.5.

--- Thanks and Regards,
Ajit Kulkarni.

On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 11:49 PM, Andreas Delmelle <
andreas.delmelle@telenet.be> wrote:

> On 02 Apr 2009, at 11:24, ajit kulkarni wrote:
> I am in the process of upgrading my FOP from 0.20.5 to 0.95.
>> While doing so I am coming across a wired problem. I am using "solid"
>> border of "0.2mm" thickness on table cells. But it is not getting rendered
>> as fine as what it used to in 0.20.5.
>> I am attaching 2 pdf files rendered by FOP 0.20.5 and 0.95.
>> Kindly look both pdf files @ 50% zoom for clear understanding of the
>> problem, the borders looks like if they are having different thickness.
> I see differences too, but the file produced by 0.95 (according to the file
> name) actually shows much finer borders at a zoom of 50%. I do know that
> borders are drawn differently in 0.95. Does the difference persist if you
> send the document to the printer? If not, then check if the viewer has
> 'Smooth Line Art' enabled (for Adobe Reader, this option is found in the
> preferences).
>> Please let me know the cause of the same.
> Another possible cause (long shot) could be that FOP 0.95 supports
> border-collapse="collapse". Try forcing the table to use
> border-collapse="separate" and see if that produces a different effect.
> HTH!
> Andreas
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