5042RE: [XSL-FO] Re: How to change the page from portrait to landscape when encountering table?
- Mar 11, 2004At 2004-03-11 16:35 +0200, Victor Vishnyakov wrote:
>Split your page-sequence within landscape table into threeIndeed the PSMI does do this, but generically. That makes the
>page-sequences: content before table in portrait layout; table itself in
>landscape; content after table in portrait; during the transformation.
>It does no matter to the user whether his page is printed within three
>or one page-sequences or not if it is layouted as required.
>As far as I understand this is one of tasks Mr.Holman's PSMI does.
transformation task much easier, as the only restriction is that the
landscaped table be at the top of the flow (otherwise, how would one break
a nested block-level construct?).
When using PSMI the user's stylesheet can detect the need for a landscaped
table, inject a PSMI arbitrarily at the top of the flow, then continue on
with the flow. The second stage stylesheet does the break-up of the page
sequence into three page sequences.
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