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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2007-10-18 06:07 -------
(In reply to comment #3)
> Could you precise how you reset the left margin?

You don't reset the margins, you reset start-indent and end-indent. Margins are
mapped into those two properties. Not that margins are only included in XSL-FO
for CSS compatibility. start-indent and end-indent are the real FO properties
for general text indents. And these two are inherited and that's why you see
this effect. So just do: start-indent="0cm" end-indent="0pt"

> 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.

Big dilemma: Should we do what the spec says or what someone thinks should
happen? Reminds me of our "break-indent-inheritance" setting. :-( You can always
take it to the XSL working group. The spec/standard is certainly not perfect but
it's what we're implementing.

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