Hi Scott,

It sounds like you may be putting the background on the block containing
the text. Try putting it on the table-cell itself or even on the row.

HTH,
Karen

Scott Moore wrote:
> 
> I'm creating tables for FOP that have a black background with white text in
> the table header.  The rest of the table (the data) is inverse, with black
> characters and white background.
> 
> If the header text in a column doesn't fit on one line, it will wrap, which
> is a good thing.  The problem is the rest of the headers that don't wrap,
> their black backgrounds stay on one line.  Therefore, the whole table header
> looks uneven and ugly.  Here's an example, the # are the black background:
> 
> ---------------------------------
> -#Column#1######|#This#is#column|
> -               |2##############|
> ---------------------------------
> - Table data    | blah blah blah|
> ---------------------------------
> 
> Are there any settings that can automatically fix this?  I've tried using
> "padding-bottom='1em'" for the first column, and that kinda works, but it's
> still slightly off.  The problem is I won't always know which column
> headings wrap because the fonts are user configurable.
> 
> Thanks for any help!
> Scott
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