maybe this could answer your question:

ie. FOP is the user agent but in some cases people might want to alter
certain behaviour. So we provide a class to enable this.

On Tue, 2002-06-04 at 19:29, Peter B. West wrote:
> As a result of this exercise, I remain as confused as ever. The most 
> general sense of "user agent" seems to be "fo processor". There are 
> "interactive user agents" which may have "user agent windows". User 
> agents determine actual values for a number of enumerated values, and 
> determine a number of critical default values. Things which are 
> currently defined in Properties XML files, and transferred from there 
> into the source code, are therefore user agent functions.
> Peter

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