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From champagne_chary <anto...@champers.co.uk>
Subject Re: fo:marker bleeding issue [fop 0.95 & FOP 1.0]
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2011 22:37:15 GMT

One line is all it need.. If only I could get to grips with the method used/
see how xslt is formated to produce given xsl.fo

cbowditch wrote:
> On 18/08/2011 13:25, champagne_chary wrote:
>> Hello,
> Hi,
>> Sorry to revive this year old post.
>> I'm completly new to this and what you seem to have achieved -despite
>> this
>> minor glitch- is exactly what I would like to implement. However I'm a
>> complete newb..I can see the fo but would be interested in seeing how and
>> where you have placed the markers to achieve this.
>> If you can post/ or pm me I'd be very thankful as hours of googling and
>> failed attempts at pacing headers have lead to nothing but failure.
> I don't think there is a way to simulate table markers properly in the 
> current FOP version. As the original poster indicates, he can getting 
> close to a working solution with regular markers but there are some 
> corner cases where it doesn't work. I am not aware of a way to get it 
> fully working, however, some of my colleagues have been looking into 
> implementing table Markers. This is on our TODO list, but I think the 
> planned implementation is still limited to 1 line of text in the header. 
> Vincent, please correct me if I'm wrong.
>> Hope you receive this and can help.
>> Thanks
> Thanks,
> Chris
>> bonekrusher wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> In order to have "table headers continued" in my pdf output, I am using
>>> markers. Everything works fine until there is more then one line on the
>>> 1st marker and there is a second marker. If the 1st marker is more than
>>> one line and I add a second marker, the marker bleeds into the table on
>>> the second page (see attached pdf). One solution to to increase the
>>> @margin-top on the region-body. The problem with that is  there are many
>>> times when the markers are not needed and there is a huge whitespace
>>> where
>>> the markers would go. For example, if the margin-top="1.0in", there
>>> would
>>> be a one inch whitespace if the markers are not called.
>>> See attached example fo and pdf. Page 2 of the pdf is where the problem
>>> occurs. I need the table to start below "Table 3. Table Title Marker -
>>> Continued".
>>> I am not sure how to resolve this.
>>>   http://old.nabble.com/file/p29532209/testMaint.fo testMaint.fo
>>>   http://old.nabble.com/file/p29532209/example.pdf example.pdf
>>> Thanks for the help
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