> -----Original Message-----
> From: Glen Mazza [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 9:59 AM
> 1. fo:static-content is to be repeated from its start on
> every page, and truncated if it doesn't fit.
You state this very simply and clearly here, but it has always struck me
curiously. There appears to be a gaping hole in the specification that
does not satisfy the need to have content repeat on every page that does
*not* truncate when it does not fit. The "extent" attribute on all
regions that surround the page explicitly defines the size, but I've
found it interesting that there was not an option to have an "auto"
setting that would resize the region to fit the content.
I first thought that this was a 1.0 thing and that in the next version
it would be addressed, but this comment you made that explicitly says
the desired behavior of static-content is to truncate when it does not
fit and that there are no plans to address it. Do you or anyone else on
the developer list know of a compelling reason why this is the case?
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