Re: table entry attributes
Would need to see the whole table, including the colspecs.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The most likely answer is that the table is not coded correctly--Oxygen should validate the table structure and report any issues like bad span specs or incorrect column numbers or something.
Is the colname in the table as authored?
On 10/22/20, 5:37 PM, "scott ashmead via groups.io" <email@example.com on behalf of firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The specific problem I'm having is related to the colname attribute in the row below.
There are six <entry> elements in the row. <entry> number five does not have a colname attribute and I don't know why. There's colname='4', then an empty element. Then colname="5". It's as though the empty <entry> is being ignored. Any idea how/why an <entry> would not have a colname attribute?
<row base="VISION_RCF" class="- topic/row " rowsep="0" valign="bottom"
<entry align="left" colname="col1">
<entry align="center" colname="col2">
<entry align="center" colname="col3">
<entry align="center" colname="col4">
<entry align="left" colname="col5">
On Thursday, October 22, 2020, 05:55:38 PM EDT, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The xtrf, xtrc, dita-ot:x and dita-ot:y attributes are added during preprocessing.
Of these, dita-ot:x and dita-ot:y are specific to table entries (they represent the final x/y position of the cell in the table as rendered, taking into account any row or column spanning).
On 10/22/20, 4:11 PM, "scott ashmead via groups.io" <email@example.com on behalf of firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
When I use DITA-OT I see the following attributes on my <entry> element in the XML output. Does anyone understand how or why they end up there? I don't see them on the input XML.
Thank you very much!
class="- topic/entry "