First. Don't cross post to the dev and user list! This is a user list question and the user list is a great resource for your answers. Don't annoy the developers.
Next. Try this or something like it.
<fo:block-container height="8mm" width="190mm" top="0mm" left="0mm" text-align="center" position="absolute" border="solid 1px white">
Chaumette, Patrick wrote:
do you put the "position" attribute on a block-container or a block ?
In fact I would like to be able to put a block in the bottom of a static xsl-region-before so that it glues with the start of the xsl-region-body. I thought of using a block-container with absolute-position="fixed" bottom="0cm" and thus get my block at the bottom of the xsl-region-before and fitting right above the beginning of the region-body. The body contains a table whose header should be tight to the bottom of a table in the region-before.
Someone has a solution for this with FOP ?
-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- Von: Jerome Siour [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Gesendet: Dienstag, 16. April 2002 16:46 Cc: Esteban Gonzalez Betreff: RE: Absolute positioning?
[INFO]: FOP 0.20.3
<fo:block-container absolute-position="fixed" top="240mm"
FOP web site indicates that this attribute (absolute-position) is not
(http://xml.apache.org/fop/implemented.html, but is the list up to date?)
However, the "position" attribute seams to be allowed (for value "fixed").
May be should you try it...
Hope this helps...