>>>>> "J.Pietschmann" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > [snip!] If you are generating FO from DocBook, this will probably be > hard, or harder. You can try to fiddle with the docbook style sheets > to achieve this effect.
Some workaround around those lines, is what I will try tomorrow. I won't fiddle with the DocBook XSL style sheets directly, but I will replace a template or several templates, in a local XSL style sheets. The local style sheet is already in place. This is where I set the page size to be a4 instead of the default letter, and this is where I override the standard table template, to fix stuff. > If you are at it, you can fix a few other problems DocBook > generated have (fo:table-and-caption, Already done in the local style sheet, see <http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=fop-user&m=101829073309486&w=2> > references to fo:page-sequence and to fo:block with a break-before) What are the problems with these? I haven't run into them yet. > Your alternative is to use a commercial FO processor. Or PassiveTex, perhaps...? <http://www.hcu.ox.ac.uk/TEI/Software/passivetex/> But I think I would miss the SVG rendering of Fop.