|Overall leaf width
|For simple leaves, this is the typical width across the widest portion of the leaf. For compound leaves, this is the typical width of the full compound leaf.
Displayed using a special sliding measurement manipulator.
|Two integer fields representing the lowest and
highest values of the range.
If the current customization is set to
"U.S. Customary" each unit is 1/32". If the
current customization is set to "Metric" the units of these fields are
Import / export notes
When importing and exporting the column names for this item are
When importing with the Merge option, the existing values for this item will be
completely overwritten by the values specified in the input file.
Each of the two fields may be simple integers representing the
number of units (1/32" or millimeters).
fields may be formatted using the single quote symbol which
represents feet and the double quote symbol which represents inches
or any fraction written using the denominators 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32.
Metric alternatives include any number followed by the
abbreviation "mm" for millimeters, "cm" for centimeters or "m" for
||Each field must be in integer format without the
use of symbols or abbreviations.
||Written out using a notation something like:
||Written out in integer format without the use of
symbols or abbreviations
The replacement tag is <cb:LeafWidthMin>.
Note that the complimentary tag for LeafWidthMax is not used; simply
including the tag LeafWidthMin will suffice to display both portions of the
range. If the minimum and maximum are identical a single value is
displayed rather than a range.
The possible attributes for this tag are shown below.
Values marked with an asterisk are used by default.
||An iconic symbol for "width" is inserted into
the HTML document.
||No symbol is inserted.
||A measurement range written something like this:
1/4" - 1/2"
3/4" - 1 1/4"
3" - 5"
2mm - 4mm
2cm - 4cm
||No text is written.
For similar pages in the "Specifications" series see:
Alphabetical index to column specifications
For an index to other topics see
Last reviewed March 25, 2004