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Subject: Paragraph spacing dependent on width of anchored frame?!
From: Andrew Becraft <Andrew.Becraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 11:59:19 -0800
Hi all, I'm running FM 7.0p578 on Windows XP SP 1. The paragraph tag I apply to my figure captions has fixed line spacing of 0.0 pt, with space above set to 6.0 pt. My figure captions always follow an anchored frame (in its own paragraph). My pages are designed with a side-head column and main body column. When the anchored frame is narrower than the main body column, the spacing between the bottom of the anchored frame and the figure caption matches the definition in the Paragraph Designer. However, when the anchored frame is wider than the main body column (in other words, when it spans across the columns), the figure caption appears below the anchored frame with no space between them. I've experimented with both space above and line spacing settings: I've been able to insert a space by setting line spacing to 12.5 pt (which increases the space below the caption to an unacceptable level). By increasing the space above to 18.0 pt, I'm again able to insert a space between the caption and the anchored frame, but this also increases the space above in "normal" (narrow frame) circumstances. Both of these options are not acceptable solutions. I'm led to conclude that the spacing for a paragraph that follows an anchored frame is dependent on whether that anchored frame is narrower or wider than the column in which it appears. Somebody, please prove me wrong! Andrew Becraft Technical Writer Travelport A Cendant Company P: 206.973.4274 F: 206.973.4333 email@example.com www.Travelport.com The sender believes that this E-mail and any attachments were free of any virus, worm, Trojan horse, and/or malicious code when sent. This message and its attachments could have been infected during transmission. By reading the message and opening any attachments, the recipient accepts full responsibility for taking protective and remedial action about viruses and other defects. The sender's business entity is not liable for any loss or damage arising in any way from this message or its attachments. ** To unsubscribe, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org ** ** with "unsubscribe framers" (no quotes) in the body. **