no, fox:destination is still in use and it doesn't replace the syntax
you are speaking about.
With fox:destination, your destination can be in whatever page; if a
new version of your doc results in changing the page number of your
target, you don't need to change the url.

2012/7/9 polymorphisme <webmas...@polymorphisme.org>:
> Hello,
> at this time, I use the links for write a PDF book, with FOP 1.0
> In the FOP's site, I have read the section
> http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/1.0/extensions.html#named-destinations
> Anchors or Named Destinations .
> Too, when a test the snippet code following :
>  <fo:basic-link
> external-destination="http://expositions.bnf.fr/ciel/maths/pdf/mesurl1.pdf#page=2&amp;zoom=50";>Mesure</fo:basic-link>
> this link works very well :) So, the extention fox:destination is it
> obsolete with FOP 1.0 ?
> Regards.
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