6588Re: [XSL-FO] Pagination question.
- Jun 1, 2005At 03:46 AM 6/1/2005, Chris Bowditch wrote:
>I could be wrong but, it sounds like you have placed all of your documentI hadn't, actually. Most of the content is in neither an
>inside a fo:block-container. the contents of a fo:block-container cannot flow
>from one page to the next. Try replacing the fo:block-container with a
fo:block-container nor an fo:block -- most of it's in fo:tables.
What would be really helpful would be if some could post a tiny
code snippet that would get me started. Usually, when I run into these
problems, the way to fix it becomes obvious when I see an example.
To reiterate what I need to do: have a block of text flow
correctly from one page to the next, with a header on the first page, a
different header on the following pages, and a footer that appears only
when the text flow is complete.
I -know- this can't be that hard, but I find the XSL-FO spec
somewhat impenetrable at the best of times, and in the few years I've been
using XSL-FO, I've never had this particular situation come up.
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