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Re: Is there any way to make alternate rows of a table have a light gray
Re: Is there any way to make alternate rows of a table have a light gray background?
Tue, 8 Jun 2021 21:34:35 +0200
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another possibility is to put the labels on the right side or reverse
the order of elements on the x axis.
On 08/06/2021 20:41, T. Kurt Bond wrote:
The data is simple, but the table is wide and the data occurs in a
right triangle shape, with one point at the top left, another point at
the top right, and the other point at the bottom right. This means
that it is hard to accurately follow from the row heading on the left
to the appropriate column on the right. After I sent my
original email, I thought of a quick and ugly solution for the
specific case of a right triangle table: fill the otherwise empty
cells with some dots to form a line. Here's what the result looks like:
It works, but it's ugly.
I'll have to keep in mind using pic for other tables, though.
T. Kurt Bond, email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Re: Is there any way to make alternate rows of a table have a light gray background?, Boss Hog, 2021/06/08