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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2007-10-12 09:09 -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> Footnotes are declared into blocks which can have different properties (font-
> family, left margin...). These properties are transmitted to the footnote 
> bodies and I don't think it's the expected behaviour.

Can you clarify? On what do you base that assessment? For markers, I know this 
is the case: a retrieved 
marker should have properties as if it were specified in place of the 
retrieve-marker.

For footnotes, OTOH, I guess simple inheritance applies: a fo:footnote and its 
descendants inherit the 
properties op the parent (for inherited props like font-family, font-size, 
space-before/-after, ...).

> Into the zip (http://emmanuel.dieul.free.fr/bugs/fop-bug-on-footnote.zip), 
> you'll find the FO file and the corresponding PDF file. The incriminated 
> footnotes are around the end of the FO file and at the (last page - 1) of the 
> PDF file. Three footnotes are placed in different blocks with different 
> properties and then, footnote bodies (placed into the same page) don't have 
> the same left margin and the same font-family (which looks ugly).

The solution is simple, on the other hand: *always* reset inheritable 
properties on the fo:footnote. That 
is the only way to guarantee that you get no such ugliness.

As far as I can tell from the XSL-FO Rec, this is definitely not a bug.

HTH!

Andreas



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