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Charlie Halpern-Hamu updated FOP-2609:
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    Affects Version/s: 1.1
                       2.0

> When scale-to-fit graphic overflows to page with different width, height used 
> for page overflow doesn't change
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>                 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: 1.1, 2.0, 2.1
>         Environment: Windows 7
>            Reporter: Charlie Halpern-Hamu
>         Attachments: graphic.png, less.fo, less.pdf, more.fo, more.pdf
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> In the attached examples more.fo and less.fo, page 1 has a content width of 
> 5.5in, achieved with 1in page margins, and an extra 1in region-bdy 
> margin-left.
> In more.fo, the other pages have a content width of 6.5in, as they have a 
> region-body margin-left of 0in. In less.fo, the other pages have a content 
> width of 4.5in, as they have a region-body margin-left of 2in.
> 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 page 2. And it correctly scales its height in proportion 
> to its width.
> However, at the bottom of page 2, text either overflows to page 3 too late or 
> too soon.
> In more.fo, text at the bottom of page 2 overflows onto page 3 too late, 
> running over the footer 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 if it had appeared on page 1, instead of 
> the wider page 2.
> In less.fo, 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, instead of the narrower page 2.



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