I've recently upgraded to FP2002 from 2000 and others in the company have also. We've noticed a strange new habit; when we create a table, FP adds the following code the the <table> tag: style="border-collapse: collapse"
This is highly annoying, and a suspected cause of another table problem - when using a background color, border color, and border size, FP will not display the table correctly in normal or preview views, yet it previews in browser correctly. In normal view the border has a beveled appearance, when a solid border is desired and appears as such in the browser.
Whether or not it has any bearing on the display problem, is there a way to prevent FP from adding the style="border-collapse: collapse" junk? Incidentally, in the table properties dialogue, if you hit the Style button the Description field reads border-collapse: collapse, which seems to imply that this is some kind of default. Yet I can't figure out any context for this 'style.'
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