There's currently no such option AFAIK. I've got the same problem,
although I don't have such big graphics. This will eventually be

Work-around: If you include this header graphic on every page in your
document you could skip it entirely in the FO file and create an overlay
page as a PDF with only the ever repeating stuff. Then you have to use
some PDF touch-up tool to include the overlay page in the target PDF and
apply the overlay on every page.

Another toolset I forgot to mention yesterday:

> I createt a 3 page PDF with a FO file. On every Page is a Header and a
> Footer SVG grafic.I used a page-sequence-master for the body text and I made
> one before and after code block like this:
> <!-- before region -->
> <fo:static-content flow-name="xsl-region-before">
> <!-- the header grafic -->
> <fo:block-container height="4cm" width="21cm" top="0cm" left="0cm"
> position="absolute">
> <fo:block space-before.minimum="0cm"                                          
>         space-before.optimum="0cm"
> space-before.maximum="0cm">
> <fo:external-graphic src="{file:images/head.svg}"/></fo:block>
> </fo:block-container>
> <!-- Title -->
> </fo:static-content>
> My Problem is, that these SVG Grafics have a very big size, so my PDF File
> increases his size extremly whit every new page. Its always the same svg
> grafic! Is there a option or something else to include this picture just one
> time in the pdf and always make a reference on the pic when it use it??

Jeremias Märki


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