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DITA: table after a list will have a left indent

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Oct 13, 2015

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I use FM10 and FM12. Both have this problem.

I know it is normal for a table having a left indent equal to the tab stop of the list if the table is within a list.

But could anyone explain why a table after a list (even there are other contents between the table and the list) is still given an indent?

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DITA: table after a list will have a left indent

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I use FM10 and FM12. Both have this problem.

I know it is normal for a table having a left indent equal to the tab stop of the list if the table is within a list.

But could anyone explain why a table after a list (even there are other contents between the table and the list) is still given an indent?

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I don't think this is something that can be controlled by EDD context rules or other "normal" formatting in FM. This must be something that's being done programmatically by the default DITA plugin. However, you might check to see if this table is really indented or is it just right-justified? If it is really indented, then this is a bug (IMHO).

DITA-FMx will do this properly ..

     http://leximation.com/dita-fmx/

(Note that DITA-FMx is a tool that I develop and sell.)

Cheers,

Scott Prentice

Leximation, Inc.

www.leximation.com

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