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Hannes ViljoenSubject: Tables in WISIWYG
Author: Hannes Viljoen
Date: 16 Apr 2003 01:51 AM
When I create a Table and Insert an element in to a cell by using the drag and drop option in the WYSIWYG the tables cell size changes and How do I preserve the width of the columns?, the width change from percentage values to fixed values.Is there away to keep the width in percentage?
Thanks Hannes

(Deleted User) Subject: Tables in WISIWYG
Author: (Deleted User)
Date: 16 Apr 2003 04:02 PM
I'm not sure if I understand the problem correctly. I tried but just couldn't reproduce the problem (i.e. change of column width).

Normally, if column width is specified in a table, you don't need to do anything special to preserve the width. The widths normally do not change unless you insert/delete columns.

If you start with a table with no column width specified, the column width is dynamic (i.e. dependent on the width of column contents). In this case, if you want to set/change the width of table columns, you'll need to use property window (at lower left corner) to set/change the width attribute of table cell (TD).

In order for me to look into the problem you reported, could you give me more information, such as detailed step by step instructions for me to reproduce the problem?

BTW, what version of stylus are you using?


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