[NTG-context] TABLE 'last line' tag?

nico nicolas.marsgui at libertysurf.fr
Fri Apr 21 22:57:27 CEST 2006

On Fri, 21 Apr 2006 12:44:45 -0700, Johannes Graumann  
<johannes_graumann at web.de> wrote:

> nico wrote:
>> On Thu, 20 Apr 2006 17:27:50 -0700, Johannes Graumann
>> <johannes_graumann at web.de> wrote:
>>> nico wrote:
>>>> Why don't you test if the attribute is set before applying it to the  
>>>> TR?
>>>> You see the problem on the last row, but the fact is that you force  
>>>> the
>>>> bottomframe clear for every row (which is dirty IMHO).
>>> It's not that easy, since the bottomframe - once set - is persistent  
>>> ...
>>> so
>>> every row underneath my header (e.g.) will have 'bottomframe=on' set.
>> No, the options are local to the current level where it is set. If
>> bottomframe is on for one row, it won't set bottomframe to the next  
>> rows.
>> In the following example, only two rows (the header and another one in  
>> the
>> body) have local bottomframe on, and the last row bottomframe is done  
>> with
>> table setup:
> The persistence issue is XML specific, I believe and therefore does not
> apply to your code example.

It's because you systematically apply the attribute. Doing this should  
work, even if there's maybe a smarter way of doing:


I attach the full example.

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