|Subject:||[eLyXer-users] split document: 1st and last page navigation|
|Date:||Sat, 15 Jan 2011 22:02:13 +0000|
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Hi all,When using the --splitpart option, the first page (TOC) contains an Up: link to itself. This is a bit confusing and could be removed, leaving only Next: on this page.
It also seems that the CSS doesn't like empty spans: On the very last page, we have only Previous: and Up:, but no obviously no Next: However, because <span class="next"> is now empty (well, it actually does contain a space character), the Up: span is shifted to the right an is no longer centred. This is true for FF3.6 and Aurora 0.11, which is based on WebKit 533.3. It is centred in Opera 11, though. It appears that having a single non-breakable space ( ) in an otherwise empty span in the splitheader div would solve this problem.
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