Formatter V6.2 MR4

September 25, 2014

– V6.2 MR4 Release

Enhancements:

Support to render W3C Mathematical
Markup Language (MathML) Version 3.0 2nd Edition
.

Correction:

FO – The following issues have been corrected:

  • When axf:overflow-condense=”font-stretch” was specified and the contents included an image, the result was not correct.
  • When fo:wrapper was a child of fo:basic-link Formatter emitted an extra 0 width line area that contained the actual link and resulted in extra spacing and an invalid link.
  • axf:line-number-reset=”page” did not work correctly.
  • An overflow error was displayed and a page break occurred before the table.
  • The text specified as reference-orientation=”-90″ overflowed from the cell.
  • An unnecessary blank line was created in the list.
  • The width of the float was calculated incorrectly if it followed the spanned block.

CSS – The following issues have been corrected:

  • When the area of position: relative overlapped with side-float, float was positioned as background.
  • The incrimination of the numbering was not correct.
  • @page was not correctly applied.
  • CSS was not correctly applied.

Common – The following issues have been corrected:

  • An infinite loop occurred with a supplied document.
  • A table did not fill the space and moved to the next page.
  • Table borders were drawn doubly.
  • When a word was hyphenated it appeared to disable the use of ligatures.

Other:

  • The processing of the font was incorrect.
  • The “Bus error” occurred when outputting PDF with the font of Ideographs Extension E.
  • The new version of the STIX fonts had a different internal name than the version Formatter was developed for.
  • HyphenationOption=”false” did not working with non-Windows.
  • EPS-processor=”ghostscript” locked Formatter processes.
  • The overflow error was not reported using the command line.
  • The dashed lines shown in the isoview output were drawn as solid.
  • linear-gradient() was not normally reflected on the area tree and the conversion to pdf crashed.