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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] PDF transformation: Why is the right border of my inline "box" missing when I transform to PDF. It works for HTML and Oxygen XML Editor.

Hi Daniel

A couple of suggestions. Have you looked at the .fo file to see if the 
borders are defined correctly? (I don't know Oxygen XML, but presumably 
there's an option to keep the .fo file when you transform to PDF.)

Secondly, I just looked at your customisation more closely.

 > <xsl:template match="d:button">

Shouldn't that be d:guibutton? As it is, this template won't match 
anything, in which case the formatting that you're seeing must be coming 
from somewhere else. Is there another template in your custom layer 
which matches guibuttons?

Simon Dew

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On 12/10/2012 10:47, daniel.keyes@finaris.de wrote:

> Hi Simon,
> your question isn´t stupid at all. Adobe Acrobat has some problems
> displaying thin borders or details. It really depends on the magnification.
> I tried your advice. The border is thicker, but the right border is
> still missing. I checked it with Adobe Acrobat ( zooming in and out), as
> well as simply printing a page.
> Greetings
> Daniel

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