5.13.4 Layout limitations
Below we list the known limitations in PDF output.
184.108.40.206 Table column widths
FOP can't auto-balance column widths like web browsers do. Therefore, by default all columns in a table are made the same width, which might give undesirable results. However, you can assign custom column widths in the editor through the table settings dialog. Next to the absolute widths such as cm and mm, there's also the special unit * (star). This is for proportional widths. For example, assigning the columns of a two-column table the widths 1* and 2* respectively, will make the first column take one third of the width and the second two thirds.
Another possibilities is to assign a class to the table and use that to perform appropriate styling in a custom skin or document type specific XSLT.
220.127.116.11 Text flow around images
Text flow around images is not supported.
18.104.22.168 Table cell vertical alignment
Table cell vertical alignment is not supported.