From: Tim Laduca (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 10 2002 - 09:46:14 EDT
Jesper Skov wrote:
>On Sat, 2002-06-08 at 22:46, Randy Kramer wrote:
>>I've also noticed that in a few cases, the text looks strange because
>>it's justified. See for example the second line of the second paragraph
>>on the page
>>haven't noticed that elsewhere on a TWiki before now -- do you know why
>>it looks like that? In the following, I've added spaces to simulate
>>what I see on that line:
>>DLL is a Windows library AbiWord needs to run. Some older versions of
>>Windows did not have this library. You can get
>>it free from Microsoft at
>>The above is exxagerated if it is displayed in a fixed width font (as it
>>is in my mail client).
>I don't see the above problem. Maybe you fixed it? The text was copied
>from the old FAQ where it looked funny, come to think of it. It's
>probably just because the browser tries to align the text to the page,
>and the long URL causing a big gap on one of the lines.
This is caused by www.abiword.com/style.css, which has the following,
.content p, li, dl
font-family: "times", "times new roman", "charter", "utopia", serif;
Which causes extra margin space to display in twiki and also causes the
full justification problem. I don't see an easy way to fix that unless
the <p> tag can be somehow excluded from style.css. In some tables you
will see strange indentations for the same reason.
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