Matt Burke wrote:

>This is because the region-after sticks up into the region-body by the 
>amount specified in the extent property. See section 6.4.12 of the XSL 
>spec for a couple diagrams and some description.
Yes, I realized this later. I foolishly misunderstood a comment in The 
XSL Companion", where I read (p. 156) : «When some or all the other, 
optional regions are also needed, they occupy space around the region 
body (beyond that already created by the page margins)». Only later did 
I see what was meant (p. 158) : « within the margins of the body, other 
regions can be defined », I had naively assumed this would have been 

Thank you for your help.

Patrick Andries


Tout sur Unicode (3.1) en français

To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
For additional commands, email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Reply via email to