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From "Chris Bowditch" <bowditch_ch...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Page-height scales image?
Date Mon, 07 Jul 2003 08:18:16 GMT
>From: Wessel van Norel <wessel.van.norel@ddnh.nl>


>But to be able to generate 2 or more columns in a page you need to use 
>column-count and column-gap, if I'm correct. And when you want a header and 
>footer that go over all columns the only way I found was using the 
>region-before and region-after. And I don't want some empty space between 
>the end of my text and the footer. So just increasing the region body size 
>won't work for me.
>So I'll probably have to search for the bug, correct? Or is there another 
>way to get content to go over more then one column, with a fixed header and 
>If I'll need to search for the bug, can you perhaps give me a hint where to 

I know you've already found a solution to getting images into the 
region-before, but I dont think you need to. Have you tried using a block 
with span="all" to span all columns in the body region and put the image in 
this block? Should be far easier than having to maintain separate code from 
the FOP that gets distributed.


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