I'm facing a problem in indesign and I assume this should be reported as a bug unless someone has a solution to it, so…
I work with a lot of tables, and sometimes, for more lisibility, I have a insert "gutters" to table columns (actually it's white right strokes on my cells), sometimes it's just the client who wants them everywhere on tables. Anyway, there's a great feature in table styles that let me decide whether the row stroke is above the column stroke or the other way.
it works perfectly when choosing Column Strokes In Front, every rows are "cut" by column borders, even the first and last one. But when I need the first and last rows not to be cut bye choosing Row Strokes In Front, there's still a little part of the row that is cut by my column gutter, here's an exxample :
I thought at first that it was just a displayed issue, like we often have in acrobat with tiny details, but the problem is still here when printing the table.
Is there something I could do or it's a known problem from indesign?
For information, I tried to change the weight of both strokes to see if it does change something, but it doesn't.