Manuel Mall wrote: > I managed to revive the color coding (see > http://www.arcus.com.au/fop/compliance.html). It was a CSS > issue in that the FOP custom stylesheet rules were less > specific than the Forrest default CSS rules and therefore not > applied on the table elements.
The original intent is seen in the properties section there, but not in the objects (which you have adapted to the new scheme). The color coding in objects is useful also, just in a different way. The original idea was intended somewhat as a benefit to developers, almost a checklist. I probably did not fully grasp at the time that 0.20.5 had been completely abandoned. With that in mind, abandoning the basic / extended / complete information in favor of the progression between the two releases is probably good, since you only have 2 dimensions on the page to work with. And the user can still infer the same information from the data presented, it just won't be as visually obvious. Victor Mote