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Re: Page break in a table

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  • Colin Spear
    ... or with your ... despite of page ... Apologies, I did phrase the question incorrectly, what I meant to say was that the table did not extend to the end of
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 3, 2002
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      --- In XSL-FO@y..., Oleg Tkachenko <olegt@m...> wrote:
      > Colin Spear wrote:
      > > I have a table that has to have only 16 lines on each page. If I
      > > break the page after 16 lines then I lose the information on the
      > > region after.
      > There is something wrong either with the formatter you are using
      or with your
      > explanation. Content of region-after is repeated on every page
      despite of page
      > breaking. Post example of your xsl-fo.
      >
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      > Oleg Tkachenko
      > eXperanto team
      > Multiconn International, Israel

      Apologies, I did phrase the question incorrectly, what I meant to
      say was that the table did not extend to the end of the page, but
      instead ends at the page break which looks untidy. I have solved
      this using nested tables at this point. But thanks for the quick
      reply.
    • Oleg Tkachenko
      ... There is something wrong either with the formatter you are using or with your explanation. Content of region-after is repeated on every page despite of
      Message 2 of 3 , Oct 3, 2002
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        Colin Spear wrote:
        > I have a table that has to have only 16 lines on each page. If I
        > break the page after 16 lines then I lose the information on the
        > region after.
        There is something wrong either with the formatter you are using or with your
        explanation. Content of region-after is repeated on every page despite of page
        breaking. Post example of your xsl-fo.

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        Oleg Tkachenko
        eXperanto team
        Multiconn International, Israel
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