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Styler 6.0 m010 vs. <?PubTbl tgroup dispwid="XXXpx"?>

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Styler 6.0 m010 vs. <?PubTbl tgroup dispwid="XXXpx"?>

Hi,

I am working on my Styler 6.0 HTML Help output. I have just found out that
is controlling the width of the table in
HTML Help output.

Is this on purpose?

I think we use the PI for viewing width in Editor, but don't expect it to
affect HTML Help output. But honestly, I'm not sure ... it's been so long
since I touched this output's stylesheet ... I'm out of touch with the
authors' current practices. Checking on that ...

Meanwhile, in case I do not want to respect it in output, Is there a way to
instruct Styler ignore these PIs?

--
Paul Nagai
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Paul,


Don't think this PI is unique to the Styler. I believe it's introduced through the Editor interface. If you touch a table's column lines or the table's right edge and drag them, you will insert the width PI. If you don't have an external tool that strips them out (which is what I do), I can suggest saving without PI's. I'm not sure how they are handled when composing to an HTML page, but that's where they come from.


HTH,


Bob

In Reply to Paul Nagai:


Hi,

I am working on my Styler 6.0 HTML Help output. I have just found out that
is controlling the width of the table in
HTML Help output.

Is this on purpose?

I think we use the PI for viewing width in Editor, but don't expect it to
affect HTML Help output. But honestly, I'm not sure ... it's been so long
since I touched this output's stylesheet ... I'm out of touch with the
authors' current practices. Checking on that ...

Meanwhile, in case I do not want to respect it in output, Is there a way to
instruct Styler ignore these PIs?

--
Paul Nagai
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