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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2007-10-18 05:33 -------
> 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.

Yes, I already thought about that. For the font-family and whitespaces, it's 
easy (but it's not a pretty solution). But how would you do for left margin? I 
already tried many things before posting this bug report and nothing works. 
Could you precise how you reset the left margin?
However, I think that the PDF renderer should do the reset to defaults itself, 
as footnote bodies and text in the page are *really* in different zones and 
*really* have different meanings.

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