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Re: @footnote within @multitable is lost from TeX output

From: Joshua N Pritikin
Subject: Re: @footnote within @multitable is lost from TeX output
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 10:41:45 +0530
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On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 05:10:44PM -0500, Karl Berry wrote:
> Another alternative is not to use @multitable.  Instead, use @table
> @asis and make the image be the item label.  You won't be able to center
> the image in this approach, it'll always be at the top of text, but ...
> choose your poison.  This way, footnotes will work, and you don't have
> to mess around choosing your columnfractions.
> In this approach, it would probably make sense to force all the images
> to be a given width (with the appropriate argument to @image), so the
> same \tableindent will do for all.  (They all appeared to be
> approximately the same anyway.)

i used this approach.  i use @table for TeX and @multitable for
HTML/info.  It works, but i have two copies of the tables so it
makes maintanance i little bit harder.  Not a big deal.


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