Re: [R] odfTable

From: Laurence Amilhat <Laurence.Amilhat_at_toulouse.inra.fr>
Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2007 09:41:55 +0200

Great,

I will waiting for the new version... with the nice documentation!

thank you,

Laurence.

Kuhn, Max a écrit :
> Sarah and Laurence,
>
> A few comments:
>
> 1. The default background color for columns is horrible. I've changed
> to white it in the upcoming version.
>
> 2. In the next version (in 1-2 weeks), I have a fairly long document
> that goes into much more detail about the specific styles that can be
> changed and examples.
>
> 3. To simply Sarah's approach, add the style definition via
> setStyleDefs(existingStyles) as suggested. Then, just before making the
> table, simply use
>
> current <- getStyles()
> currrent$header <- "newStyle1"
> setStyles(current)
>
> then produce the table. Unless I'm not understanding what you want,
> you shouldn't need to use tableStyles.
>
> If anyone wants the new version while I finish a few of the
> documentation pages, send me an email off-list and I'll send it to you.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Max
>
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