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, Jan 31, 2001
--- In XSL-FO@y..., "Nikolai Grigoriev" <grig@r...> wrote:
> > 2. According to the documentation, XEP doesn't support markers.
Is there a
> > workaround for running headers?
> No. And, to the best of my knowledge, there can be no workarounds:
> of the header is determined by the respective static-content,
> occurrences of a page master will inevitably have the same side
> Unless you make a separate page-sequence out of each division in
your text, you
> won't be able to switch the header. The best approximation possible
so far can
> be found in the XSL-FO tutorial inside XEP documentation; you can
see that its
> PDF version has chapter name cited in the header. But each chapter
starts a new
> page sequence, thus causing a page break.
Actually, that's an acceptable workaround. In fact, that's what I
had tried. But it was getting very late -- or rather, very early the
next morning -- and I didn't notice that the header had been
switched. For the sake of experiment I had just duplicated the first
page-sequence and changed its headers. Unfortunately, the page-
sequence alternated between odd- and even-numbered page masters, and
I had neglected to change the header for the odd-numbered pages. So
it remained the same as in the previous page-sequence, whence I
erroneously concluded that something wasn't working.
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