[Security_sig] Help! I've got frames, and I can't figure outhow to get them ordered in OO!

Chen, Terence terence.chen at intel.com
Tue May 3 09:17:37 PDT 2005


Steve and John from CGL side are in the process of cleaning up the
security spec. I believe Steve is planning to have it finalized by
tomorrow. You might want to wait for the "cleaned" version available
tomorrow.

-Terence

>-----Original Message-----
>From: security_sig-bounces at lists.osdl.org [mailto:security_sig-
>bounces at lists.osdl.org] On Behalf Of Matt Anderson
>Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 8:25 AM
>To: Ed Reed
>Cc: security_sig at osdl.org
>Subject: Re: [Security_sig] Help! I've got frames, and I can't figure
>outhow to get them ordered in OO!
>
>On Tue, 2005-05-03 at 08:04 -0600, Ed Reed wrote:
>> Hi -
>>
>> I'm trying to edit a version of the CGL security doc that Ge sent
out,
>> and it's got these cute little frames for each of the "capabilities"
-
>> looks like a table, shaded headers, a few open text cells...
>>
>> But they stack on top of each other and I can't for the life of me
>> figure out by what reason or logic they position with respect to each
>> other...does anyone have a "frames for dummies" hint they could share
>> with me?
>
>I can't really help you with a frames for dummies guide, or hints on
>getting the placement right, but I can at least tell you why those
>frames are there.  The frames that are below another frame are there so
>that when the document is viewed or printed they are hidden.  Their
>purpose is to be used to generate the table of contents for the
>document.
>
>As for OOo, good luck.  This seems to be part of the missing 10%.  I
did
>find that the 2.x version of OOo did handle it a little better than
1.x,
>but I ended up going back to Word when I was dealing with any of that.
>I ended up finding OOo for content, Word for formatting.
>
>-matt





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