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Subject: Wrong PDF output: Custom button-format is only displayed in the Oxygen Editor and HTML, but not in PDF. Frame is missing.


We are currently trying to make our user manual a bit more flexible regarding its maintenance. In this process, we replaced buttons that have previously been inserted as screenshots by a new format in Oxygen/ Docbook, basically imitating the original buttons. The new buttons have a light-grey background, use a purple font, have a purple frame and are based on a custom style in our Style sheet.
Oxygen and the HTML transformation display the buttons correctly, but the the purple frame disappears when we transform the document to PDF.

I have to admit that I´m not the master of code, but my responsible co-worker is currently out of office. The code in the XSL stylesheet for the PDF transformation looks like this:

<xsl:template match="d:button">
        <fo:inline background-color="#D3D3D3" color="#4B0082" font-family="Courier New" font-weight="bold" text-align="start" >

I can´t see the frame, but it should be there. Did we forget something? Maybe this is a mistake simply resulting from the missing link between the various output forms (Editor vs. Html vs. PDF)

Can anybody help us fixing the problem?



Daniel Keyes

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