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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: Re: Revisited JadeTeX problem: ULINKs extend out of the page margins

• From: "Sebastian Rahtz" <sebastian.rahtz@computing-services.oxford.ac.uk>
• To: docbook@lists.oasis-open.org
• Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2000 21:00:42 +0100 (BST)

Thomas Andre Berger writes:
> >  > {7.699\p@}}\def\UrlSpecials{}\urlstyle{same}\Url{dist}\endSeq{}\endNode{} appears in your current directory. Change to
...
> Well, I tried to remove everyting, then it worked, but when I added
> \Url{...} it failed.  Then I discovered that I need a \begingroup in
> front.  Then that worked.

its a subtle package, url.sty

> Then I needed to retranslate "\char95{}".  I found out that I had to
> translate it to "\_", to have jadetex accept it outside \Url.  But
> this didn't work as expected inside \Url.

yes, as expected :-}

> If anyone is interested, i can give them the perl script.  However, it
> will only work when you have the filename start and end on the same
> line in the tex output, which is not the case if you have some
> subelementes inside you file element within the SGML source.

solvable, presumably, with some more complex Perl?

> bookmarks to work, thanks!  I just have one small wish, and that is
> when using bookmarks, one gets transferred to just after the heading.

Hmm. I know that phenomenon. I will have to experiment.

>  [ Another small wish is to have valign implemented in table
>    rows/cells, so that text isn't always aligend at the top of the
>    cell.  If it's too hard to make it general, how can I change the
>    default behaviour in jadetex, so that text is aligen to middle (or
>    bottom)?

that's not so easy. can you make a simple test file?

>    to get rid of the red boxed on hyper links, but no success.
>    I don't think that is important though.

the next release of the hyperref package
will add a feature to let me make this easy.

Sebastian



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