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From Billie Rinaldi <>
Subject Re: asciidoc manual
Date Wed, 01 May 2013 18:22:25 GMT
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 11:06 AM, Josh Elser <> wrote:

> On 5/1/13 1:59 PM, Billie Rinaldi wrote:
>> >I think the only things that stands out at me are that the tables are a
>>> >little gross looking (notably 6.3 and 6.4, "Indexing" and
>>> "Entity-Attribute
>>> >and Graph Tables"). I'll try to look around tonight, but is there
>>> something
>>> >we could do to get column and row outlines? Does asciidoc have any
>>> notion
>>> >of plugins that we could leverage for prettier tables?
>>> >
>> What do you dislike about the tables?  Asciidoc tables aren't very
>> configurable, but there are a few things that can be changed.  Do you mean
>> grid lines for the table, lines between each column and row?  We can add
>> those, the options are "none", "rows", "cols" or "all".  I'll try adding
>> row lines and see if it helps.
>>  Yes, the lack of row and column outlines. I think that's what is sitting
> odd with me. Perhaps the lack of a table outline on the left and right side
> of the table, too. The table comes across as a paragraph of text instead of
> a tightly structured element.
> This is just my gut feeling. If others think it looks fine, that's ok too
> :)

I agree having the left and right sides missing made it look kind of
funny.  I updated the version at ~billie with walls and row lines.


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