Jeremias Maerki wrote:

The problem is the margin-right which establishes an end-indent. In the
first table the end-indent is reset to 0mm on the table-body. You're not
doing that in the second table. Therefore you get an inherited
end-indent of "10mm" in the second table and that's why the text isn't
properly aligned.

Remember the rule of thump for tables: if you have a start-indent or
end-indent outside of a table, remember to set start-indent="0mm" and
end-indent="0mm" on the table-header, table-footer and table-body to
reset all indents to 0mm. Otherwise, you'll be bitten by inheritance.

Yes you are right. Glad it's user error - looks like Luca's implemented the wrap-option in record time then.



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