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documentation: unreadable html tables

From: -Eluze
Subject: documentation: unreadable html tables
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2009 02:49:54 -0700 (PDT)

imo tables in the documentation are hardly readable because they

 - are wasting a lot of space so that you have to sroll around to try to get
an overview of the table
 - have no borders so that your eyes have to try to reconstruct columns
 - have columns of different widths even if the contents are comparable

i am not sure if it is - partially - a problem of my browser (i am using
opera) or if it could be improved by more appropriate settings or styles.

i had a short look at the source of the table
pitch names  and noticed that <p> and </p> is placed around the content of
each cell which might cause the waste of vertical space. this table has only
20 real rows (without the header) but needs scrolling over more than 2 pages
on my display.

it would be nice if such tables could be rendered in a more compact way -
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