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Re: Table Borders.

From: Mike Trotman <mike.trotman@datalucid.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2004 11:28:20 +0100
Message-ID: <417CD544.3030602@datalucid.com>
To: www-xsl-fo@w3.org

I have had problems with overlapping table borders in FOP when I was 
using it at the end of last year.
I think these were when I was using 'border-collapse="collapse"'.
FOP did draw borders for each cell - which gave some very confusing and 
messy results,
particularly as I think the border from one cell overlapped the text in 
another (without borders) on some occasions.

I compared the same XSL-FO using RenderX XEP - and it printed correctly 
(i.e. - as I intended) - so I'm pretty sure the problem was within FOP 

Surya Vijay wrote:

>Hi all,
>While rendering my PDF document, I get a particular area towards the end of the table with an overlapped table as well. 
>I am specifying borders for the <fo:table> tag as well as under the table row tag,for the table cell tag <fo:table-cell>. 
>Does FOP render the borders twice which are causing me to get overlapping borders for my table?
>Surya Vijay

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