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In the new version 4.1.1, Table headings are always centre aligned, even if you put multiple spaces before or after the heading text.

The headings appear to have the TablePlugin sorting built-in to them now and I'm wondering if this has anything to do with that.

Here's an example from my sandbox that is not aligning correctly:

Right Heading Left Heading Centre Heading
right left centre
right right right right right right left left left left left left left centre centre centre centre centre

We'll see how it renders here at TWiki.org.

On the subject of Tables, can anyone point me to where the table styles are defined as I don't like some of the new formatting changes.


TWiki version: TWikiRelease04x01x01
TWiki plugins: DefaultPlugin, EmptyPlugin, InterwikiPlugin
Server OS: RedHat
Web server: Apache
Perl version: 5.8
Client OS:  
Web Browser:  

-- DuncanKinnear - 06 Mar 2007


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Aha! Here at twiki.org the table headings display the same behaviour.

In my example the headings should match their names.

-- DuncanKinnear - 06 Mar 2007

The value is set by TABLEATTRIBUTES in TablePlugin with headeralign="center". Remove this and the headers align as should. You're right, this is a bug, see Bugs:Item3321.

-- ArthurClemens - 06 Mar 2007

Thank you. This is an easy fix, so I will change the question to answered (as far as I'm concerned)

For me it is enough to know that it has been recognised as an issue.

-- DuncanKinnear - 07 Mar 2007

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