Charlie Halpern-Hamu created FOP-2609:
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             Summary: When scale-to-fit graphic overflows to page with 
different width, height used for page overflow doesn't change
                 Key: FOP-2609
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOP-2609
             Project: FOP
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: image/png, layout/block, layout/page
    Affects Versions: 2.1
         Environment: Windows 7
            Reporter: Charlie Halpern-Hamu


In the attached example, page 1 has a content width of 5.5in, achieved with 1in 
page margins, and an extra 1in content-region margin-left. The other pages all 
have a content width of 6.5in, as they don't have have the extra margin-left.

There's space at the bottom of page 1, but not enough for a scale-to-fit 
graphic. So the graphic gets bumped to page 2. The graphic correctly scales its 
width to fit the wider page 2. And it correctly scales its height in proportion 
to its width.

However, at the bottom of page 2, text runs over the footer and even over the 
bottom of the page, when it should get bumped to page 3. It appears that, for 
the purposes of determining if there is space left on the page, the height of 
the graphic is counted as less, as if it had appeared on the narrower page 1.

If the content width for page 2 is adjusted to be LESS than page 1, the text at 
the bottom of page 2 overflows onto page 3 too soon, stopping well above the 
footer. Again, it appears, that for the purposes of determining if there is 
space left on the page, the height of the graphic is counted as if it had 
appeared on page 1 (and thus is wider and taller).



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