> -----Original Message-----
> From: Keiron Liddle [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: February 25, 2003 9:16 PM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: markers in redesign
>
>
> > Looking at it again, I disagree.  The "containing page" is the page
> > containing the first area generated or returned by the children of the
> > retrieved fo:marker.  That is, the page on which the fo:retrieve-marker
> > occurs in the static-content.  This will only vary if the retrieval
> > forces a re-layout.
>
> How do you jump from the first sentance to the second one. The
> "containing
> page" refers to the page where the marker is first formatted not
> where the
> retrieve-marker occurs.

That's now my opinion also, after my re-read. I made the other assumption
based on the obfuscated language.

> I vote for a clarification and a re-write, the containing page is
> defined by the
> retrieved marker, the marker to retrieve is defined by the
> containing page.

I think we can all agree on asking for a rewrite. :-)

Arved


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