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Subject: [docbook] Hyphenation within Table Cells
Hi All, I'm using Docbook 4.4, Docbook XSL 1.73.2, FOP 0.95 to produce PDFs. Some of my table cells contain long property names such as "subscriber.send.new.password.encrypted" for example. In some cases these property names overflow into the next cell as table hyphenation doesn't apply unless spaces, backslashes or hyphens are detected. Is there a way to specify a period (".") as a hyphenate character in these cases? Or is there a better approach? I've tried the solution outlined in "http://www.nabble.com/Text-overflow-in-table-cells-td21451111.html#a21451111" but to no avail. Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks! Rgds, Dermot -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Hyphenation-within-Table-Cells-tp21807156p21807156.html Sent from the docbook General mailing list archive at Nabble.com.