I'm starting to suspect the OP and crew are editing the content to fit the format. If that is the case, it might be worth the time to hack up a tool which goes to that line in the fo. Failing that the crew is left pouring over pdfs looking for bad formatting. In this case, in the test runs I would change the background colour of the region getting the overflow so the overflowing content shows up better. Or sometimes truncating the overflow is enough to show the problem. Still pretty manual though. Use the fo, luke.

Have we seen what sorts of block and regions are involved?

On 03/27/2014 05:51 PM, Luis Bernardo wrote:

It is not possible to get the page number where the overflow happens, and it would be tricky to implement. When the overflow happens during line breaking the page breaking has not happened yet so it is not known at that stage in what page it will happen.

In any case, there are 72 points in an inch so you just have to take that in consideration when deciding whether to check the overflow visually.

On 3/27/14, 10:50 PM, natk wrote:
Yes, it is the position in the FO file (as I said in the original post) but if the page information was available to print in the log message, that would make fixing this errors so much easier (especially for those on my team who aren't expert in trawling through FO files).


On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 12:38 AM, rsargent [via Apache FOP] <[hidden email] </user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=40366&i=0>> wrote:

    Isn't that line number in your FO file    ?

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    > Is it possible to configure FOP logging to print page number
    > I get lots of the following messages:
    > 2014-03-27 13:17:51,072  WARN
    > (org.apache.fop.events.LoggingEventListener:97) - Line 1 of a
    > overflows the available area by more than 50 points. (See
    position 344:409)
    > I can search the fo file at that position, but it would be so
    much easier if
    > I knew the output page, then I could go straight to that page
    and check the
    > overflow.
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