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From Chris Bowditch <bowditch_ch...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: table column height mismatch? left column shorter than right column
Date Wed, 09 Sep 2009 12:31:22 GMT
Vincent Hennebert wrote:
> Hi Chris,


>>> This is due to a bug in the table stepping algorithm, whose complete
>>> description is out of the scope of this list. The attached patch against
>> I certainly don't want a complete description, but what about a high
>> level one? Was it something to do with the padding after that Pascal
>> mentioned? Clearly keeps had an affect as Venkat mentioned also.
> This is due to the conditional space-after in the second column. It must
> be discarded if the table is broken there, and taken into account in all
> other cases. The total height of the table is different whether that
> space is discarded or not. The bug came from there.
> If keep-together is set on the table or the second cell, then all that
> mechanism is bypassed, hence the visually correct result.

Vincent - Thanks for explanation. It makes sense at least at a high level.



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