Re: [XSL-FO] Re: Page numbering for blank back
- At 2003-07-01 03:47 +0000, kathy_rainbolt wrote:
>The problem is more complicated than that. In the specificationsNo, this is not possible in XSL-FO 1.0. A given blank page could have the
>for military technical publications, the requirement is as follows:
>Blank pages. A blank page shall be assigned a number, but it shall
>appear on the preceding or following page. For example, if page 10
>of a document is blank, page 9 shall have the number 9/10 blank; or
>if page 9 of a document is blank, page 10 shall have the number 9
>In other words, the blank page does not have a page number -- the
>page number appears on the side of the page that DOES have contents
>and the indication must be that the other side of the page would
>have the appropriate page number and it is blank.
>Is this possible in FO?
word "blank" in its page number, but not a sibling page.
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