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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2006-08-17 09:21 -------
Looking a bit closer, IMO the minimum column-width should be derived from the
layout context. Count
the number of non-null elements in the Table's column-list (one time process),
then divide the refIPD of
the layout-context by the number of explicitly defined columns (alt.: the
largest number of cells in a row
--that is a value that could be determined in the FOTree, before layout begins)
Strictly speaking, I think a value of 'proportional-column-width(1)' does not
How is this expression to be interpreted in case of a table with
table-layout="auto", no explicit rows, and
a varying number of cells in each row?
I guess the editors had good reason to constrain the explicit use of
proportional-column-width() to fixed-
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