Christoffer Nielsen commented on FOP-2434:

[~cbowditch] I might have it worked around by creating 3 tables, 1 for header, 
1 for body and 1 for footer.
I increased the border size to 2pt, but the varying thickness was still clearly 
visible. The other effect was the design looked worse after the borders were 

I clearly understand its a limitation in Acrobat, but if it was possible to fix 
in fop in a manner which did not require a very large amount of work, then I 
hope you will reconsider later.

Alternatively it might also fix the issue not to use tables, but inline-blocks 

- With my previous comment I just wanted to clear out, that the bug was not 
only due to colspan.

> Varying table border thickness in PDF output
> --------------------------------------------
>                 Key: FOP-2434
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOP-2434
>             Project: FOP
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: documentation
>            Reporter: Anthony
>         Attachments: adobe_reader_100%.png, borderThicknessTest.fo, 
> borderThicknessTest_FOP2.0.pdf, simple-table.fo, simple-table.pdf, 
> simple-table.png
> Tables in my documentation vary in border thickness throughout my PDF output. 
> I have determined that it occurs when cells are spanned (across rows and 
> columns).
> I have attempted to fix stylesheets and Adobe settings, and nothing has 
> helped. 
> I use Oxygen XML Editor 16.1 with an Apache FOP processor.
> I am unable to attach any sample images or topic.fo file. By request, I will 
> send both.

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