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Don Chambers

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01/22/2015 11:01AM

Thanks Garvin. It does work, and it is quite simple.
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Don Chambers

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01/22/2015 11:08AM

I have not really investigated the new s9y backend, but would not be surprised if something similar exists there. The previous methods of increasing margin or padding create the appearance of "nesting" just fine (my current format here does that).. I just thought this was a nice alternative, and possibly more semantically appropriate.
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