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http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=24438 Table cells with background-color attribute specified may damage borders for rounding table cells. ------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2004-09-09 13:45 ------- Okay, now I've got my own variant of remedy. My own patch. IMO the problem is that rectangles that should methematically be areas startx < x < startx + w starty < y < starty + w are painted as rectangles with borders. This makes them wider and taller then they should be. They start to paint over borders that do not belong to them. I have (hopefully) fixed this for PDF, SVG and AWT renderers. My patch also deletes some unused methods and IMO makes the code a bit cleaner. IMO 0.20.6 should be. It should take as a mantra: we won't struggle to introduce new features. It shouldn't try to fix difficult to fix bugs. It should go for low-hanging fruit. Little code change that will improve user experience. I modestlty consider that this patch should be part of it.