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Re: [XSL-FO] vertical-align and leader problems

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  • Chris Bowditch
    ... ... Tables can be expensive, but it only becomes noticeable if you have very large tables spanning many pages, with keeps, column spanning, etc. A
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 5, 2003
      >From: "Ronald Muller" <rk.muller@...>

      <snip/>

      > > >- I do not want to use a <fo:table> construct;
      > >
      > > why not? this is the only way you are going to acheive your goal using
      >FOP.
      > > I cant see any reason why a table should not be used.
      >
      >I have studied a number of article/books about XSL:FO and I understand that
      >a table construct is a fairly verbose and expensive construct, thats why!
      >

      Tables can be expensive, but it only becomes noticeable if you have very
      large tables spanning many pages, with keeps, column spanning, etc. A small
      table in the footer region will be relatively light on resource usage.

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