Do you have a real-world example of what you're trying to build? I mean, your earlier picture suggests that most of the EEE content belongs to the CCC section. What is DDD? A sum at the end? I don't get how this fits together on a logical level. Maybe you could generate the DDD in a similar way as I suggested for the repeating CCC: via a block-container (from the table-footer or from the EEE cell). Anyway, this seems way beyond what XSL-FO provides. An extension would be very specific to your use case here I suspect.
And no, the table marker would not be invoked in the picture you provided if it is defined by the CCC cell. On 03.02.2009 10:29:27 Georg Datterl wrote: > Hi Jeremias, > > I had similar thoughts, but: > > At the moment, the table would (contrary to my previous example) look like: > > AAA EEE > BBB EEE > CCC EEE > DDD EEE > ---break--- > TH1 TH2 > EEE > EEE > EEE > > Cell D is on the first page, even with vertical alignment it is at best > printed on the bottom of the first page, but never on the second page. Would > the table marker get invoked in this case? > > Regards, > > Georg Datterl Jeremias Maerki