Hi Thomas, *,
On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 6:30 PM, Thomas Hackert <email@example.com> wrote:
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.
No, not the same. It says: If two overlapping/touching portions of
text have both (individually) a border with the same properties
assigned, then those two textportions will be treated as one single
range with one single border.
Similar to paragraph borders are merged when paragraphs with border
are touching, the same occurs for character borders.
should make it more clear. Esp. the effect caused by different text-heights.
The english text is awkward, as there is a bug in word oder (at least
to my non-native-english-ear):
"If two adjacent text ranges' all border properties are identical"
is weired, to be it should be
"If two adjacent text ranges' border properties are all identical"
or simpler, although less explicit re "all":
"If two adjacent text ranges have the same border properties"
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