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Issue #2

In the articles, it is not uncommon to format the image and the captions attached to it in the table. Your template converts these images into <pic>. And adds a border to the table.
I think the images should be extracted from the table. Easily identified - a table of two <tr> and two <td> and border=0, in the first <td> one only <img>, in the second <td> only text. See my template.
More examples:
http://rg62.info/index.php/glavnoe/rassledovaniya/akademicheskie-vojny/item/7549-kto-prevrashchaet-arbitrazhnyj-sud-moskvy-v-kommercheskij-magazin.html
http://rg62.info/index.php/glavnoe/rassledovaniya/akademicheskie-vojny/item/7412-akademicheskij-bespredel-epizod-vtoroj.html
http://rg62.info/index.php/glavnoe/rassledovaniya/akademicheskie-vojny/item/8373-akademicheskij-bespredel-epizod-tretij-virginskie-pejzazhi-moskovskikh-sudej.html
Andrew
Like I said in issue #1, it is quote risky to get rid of such tables.
Plus this format seems to be obsolete.
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The problem is that the table can't be identified as a table with image. In this case we know both image and caption are related. But what if a table contains an image and a text in similar rows, but they're not related? In that case the template will create a figure with unrelated caption. That seems more critical than image (unclickable in the article as well) and text in the same table like in the source.
Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
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May 3, 2019 at 3:35 PM