--- In XSL-FO@y..., "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@c...> wrote:
> At 2002-01-09 16:47 +0000, Tony Graham wrote:
> >wbichelaer wrote at 9 Jan 2002 10:48:13 -0000:
> > > I have a problem with showing the right footnote number on a
> > > page. In my case the footnotes are counted from the beginning
> > > document, so the accompanying number of a footnote is not
> > > on the current page the footnote is shown. So a footnote and
> > > accompanying number must be calculated per page, not from the
> > > beginning of the document. Does someone have a solution to this
> > > problem?
> >You state both that "footnotes are counted from the beginning of
> I read it as that is what he is experiencing ...
> >and that "a footnote and its accompanying number must be
> >calculated per page."
> ... and that this is what he wants ...
> >This seems contradictory.
> ... which is why I think he has gone to the list for help.
> >If you want an example of numbering footnotes consecutively
> >the document,
> Which is what I think he doesn't want, but is what he is getting.
> I apologize if I've misread his comment, but I wanted to justify
how I had
> answered his query: that what he wants cannot be done with XSLFO
> would be pleased to be proven wrong.
> ................ Ken
I think Ken is right: there is no way of knowing when a new page will
be generated when using fo:flow elements ( mandatory within page-
sequence). For now the best I can think of seems to be to reset a
footnote-count param to 1 when a new fo:flow starts.