On Mon, 2005-05-16 at 14:10 -0500, Thomas Jones wrote:
> Paul W. Frields wrote:
> >I have no previous experience with callouts, other than looking at how
> >they're used in "DocBook:TDG." My chief concern with callouts would be
> >the impaired-reader issue. How, if at all, do callouts affect readers
> >who, for instance, are visually impaired and use audible reader
> >software? I would think that if there is a way to avoid callouts that
> >does not make the document overly cumbesome, it would be wise to do so.
> I don't think that it is possible to retain both the visual and text
> element of a callout without alteration of the stylesheet.
> However, it is possible to use only text callouts.
> i.e. |(1) and (2)
> By setting the callout.graphics parameter to "0" from the makefile or a
> stylesheet extension. That may be an option.
I've also had this happen by accident when the callouts were not in the
path the stylesheet was looking for. The HTML output had text callouts,
possibly from the <alt> tag. The PDF wouldn't build, of course. :)
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