Hi there,

the FOP sources are quite complex and it's not the amount of classes but the 
patchwork style, which is necessary, to a certain extent. I'll return on this 
in a later mail. To upgrade the RTF export (proportional and percentage-based 
widths) I need further information. I could find nothing helpful on RTF's 

1. RTF is not rendered page oriented. Therefore it has no layout tree and 
renders to it's own tree-structure.
2. FO allows page-sequence-master which refer to simple-page-master -> every 
page sequence has no infomation object (for margin wrapper...)
3. A column list is necessary, when it comes to proportional widths

These are not problems, which cannot be solved. But this implies, that I misuse 
a PercentBaseContext to retrieve the width property from the flow.TableColumn 
(...holding the Length-realization...raising the RuntimeException when 
getValue() is invoked) and that I insert (or reuse?) a mechanism to get the 
document's margin or to imply, that page-sequence-master-pages are either odd 
or blank. After that I can save all the proportional values to some column list 
and calculate when the first table row is inserted. Other ideas, suggestions, 
hints, strategies?

(Have a look at the RTFHandler-class, connecting the fo-events to methods which 
create the necessary RTF-objects. These take care of the OutputStream and 
convert their values via the FoUnitsConverter. This converter cannot deal with 
proportional values, cause it has no link to the total width, which is provided 
by the PercentBaseContext-realizer, e.g. LayoutManager...)

The table cell indenting is a minor change and only an additional "\li0" to 
RTF's column wrapper class. (The table inherits the enclosing paragraph's 
indenting which causes the cell content to be indented like a paragraph. This 
must be reset in every row and get the correct value from the cell's padding.)

Thanks for your patience *g*...

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