|author||Michael Drake <email@example.com>||2009-07-28 11:52:23 +0000|
|committer||Michael Drake <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2009-07-28 11:52:23 +0000|
Remove dead doc.
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-Loosening content for printing
-The role of functions placed in loosen.c is rearranging the printed content in
-such a way that it will fit in the page width. The methods were chosen
-according to the look of different pages after applying them, not on the base of
-The page content is loosened in three passes. The next pass is applied only
-if the previous didn't give a satisfying result. The later a pass is applied
-the bigger interference in the page arrengement it means.
-In the first pass the changes are applied to those elements which don't have
-a chance to get entirely into the visibile scope of width - words which are
-too long for the available page width, objects positioned beyond the page
-borders and objects to big to fit a page.
-The second pass handles too big tables. The tables can be divided into two kinds
-- those responsible for page layout and those used only for holding data. For
-both of them some routines are used. Text in the cells is shrunken and broken,
-if this doesn't help the table cells are changed into inline containers as the
-table is problably a layout one.
-The third pass removes all margins and paddings. This saves a lot of space but
-makes also the page much less readable, for this reason it is the last step of