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Subject: Unwanted top/bottom cell padding before/after graphics in table

Toolset: fop 0.93, saxon 6.5.5, docbook-xsl-1.72.0

For a totally custom cover to our document, I've created a file
book.titlepage.recto.xsl  which is referenced by the customised layer. The
file specifies the cover as an FO table.  For example, the first two row
each have two cells; the rightmost cells contain logos. Basic, but does the
job for our purposes:


It works fine, except there is top and bottom padding in the cells, above
and below the logos. As shown in the file, I've tried specifying zero values
for "padding", "padding-top", "padding-before", "padding-bottom" and
"padding-after" for each cell, with no luck.

I've added artificial background color to the cells, and turns both logos
just to black, to illustrate where the unwanted padding is appearing better;
you can see it as pink and green in this image:


Does anyone know where the top/bottom padding settings might be inherited
from and, even if inherited, why I can't explicitly set zero values to turn
them off?



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