Hello Sophie, *,
On Montag, 9. Dezember 2013 18:19 Sophie wrote:
Le 06/12/2013 18:30, Thomas Hackert a écrit :
If you go to
then the text reads
If two adjacent text ranges' all border properties are identical
(same style, width, color, padding and shadow), then those two
ranges will be considered to be part of the same border group and
rendered within the same border in the document.
. I am not sure, what this text wants to tell me ... :( Would it
be the same as
If two adjacent text ranges share a border, all border properties
are identical (same style, width, color, padding and shadow).
Those two ranges will be considered to be part of the same border
group and rendered within the same border in the document.
? I seem to understand, what this text wants to tell the well-
disposed reader / translator, but ... It sounds a little bit
strange to me ... ;) Or am I completely wrong here with my
version of the text? If I am, it would be nice, if someone can
explain it for me, as I want to translate as precise as possible
I think that this is an object oriented text ;)
O.K. That was my guess, too ... ;)
May be simplified : if two adjacent text ranges share a border,
the two borders properties are identical. There will be one group
of borders for the two ranges of text and only one border rendered
(drawn) in the document.
Thanks for your explanation :) But how should we handle this text?
Open a feature request to improve it?
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