Drats! It's 100% reproducible here
with necessary fonts. Should I post the pdf? Lend you the fonts?
Note that fop1.1rc1-VH has been tried but production is still
We have multiple cases in production. Also a variation of the
problem which is losing two paragraphs when the flow extends over
multiple textless pages.
On 08/03/2012 01:23 AM, Pascal Sancho wrote:
Unless I missed something, I cannot reproduce what you describe.
did you tried it without VH's patch?
I note that my FOP substitutes some fonts, that an have some effect there.
I attach the output (pdf from FOP trunk, without patch and without
your fonts), so you will see if there is something wrong in it.
2012/8/2 rsargent <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
We've hit this a couple of times now and I have a small fo showing the
In production we are using fop-1.0, but I've generated this on both
1.0 and 1.1rc1 (with a small patch from Vincent related to
See the top of the second page of the generated pdf: the text is indented ~
5 chars and missing the word "appears".
The full sentence is shown below.
<fo:inline margin-left="4pt" font-weight="normal">
While most PNFs remain benign, between 10-15% become
malignant. Deep-seated PNFs are at particular risk for development
. MicroRNA misregulation appears to be a critical event
in the malignant transformation of PNFs.
I apologise for the funky fonts, but this problem is so delicate
w.r.t. content that I cannot switch out my fonts at this time.
The juxtaposition of the two simple-page-masters is critcal. The
gap/loss always appears on the "three-side" page layouts. I have
removed any overflows (Vincent ;) ) so I don't thing that as the problem.
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