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Re: line thickness

From: G. Ken Holman <gkholman@cranesoftwrights.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 19:40:47 -0300
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At 01/06/26 21:08 +0300, Ilkka Hartikainen wrote:
>I'm trying to make thin vertical lines (between columns and to page 
>boundaries) with xsl:fo using thin, black block-containers, but my 
>PDF-output (made with FOP) seems to render all blocks thinner than 0.5mm 
>in 0.5mm. Is this a feature? How can I make my blocks thinner than this? 
>0.5mm lines are far from hairlines.. please, if anyone has ideas, let me know!

What length specification are you using?  Have you tried "1px" for a single 
device dot thickness?

I hope this helps.

...................... Ken


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