Formatter V6.3 MR2

May 19, 2016 11:50:24 AM

May 19, 2016
- V6.3MR2 Release

XSL-FO - The following issues have been corrected:

  • Repeated table cell content did not influence the row height.
  • Text in a table cell was outputted incorrectly when text-align
    was specified.
  • The height of a table row was incorrect.
  • Float at the end of the content overwrote and dropped the content.
  • Multicol float crashed.
  • Table was not balanced in the column document.
  • Float at the end of container prematurely moved to the next page.
  • The labeled line began with a dollar symbol.
  • The change bar started in the unexpected location.
  • The space between words was too wide.

CSS - The following issues have been corrected:

  • footnote-marker worked incorrectly.
  • -ah-repeat-footnote-in-table-header: false did not prevent repeated
  • The space at the end of a line was processed incorrectly.

Common - The following issues have been corrected:

  • Crash with a float at the end of the content.
  • SYSTEM ERROR when formatting spread-page-master FO.
  • The area tree crashed when the final block had span="all".

Other - The following have been improved or corrected:

  • Error with tagged PDF with annotations.
  • PDF output caused errors when attempting to add a watermark
    in Acrobat.
  • pdf/a inconsistent width information for glyph.
  • pdf/a contained fonts without the encoding information.
  • pdf/a missing pdfaSchema valueType.
  • Warning message with the property value "inherit".
  • Different warning message if space-before.conditionality is specified.
  • Incorrect error message if there wasn't write access to license file.
  • latin-ligature created an invalid character with futura-tot font.
  • Ruble sign was not displayed in Formatter.
  • hyphenation-keep="page" prevented word from being hyphenated.
  • Postscript output - significantly worse performance with 6.3.
  • The replace element was ignored in MathML.
  • Ispace was ignored in MathML.
  • Italic in MathML mtd was processed incorrectly.