Thanks Ian.

I moved the text frames 2mm away from the bleeding tab frames (towards
the inner side) and that did the trick.

Seems that the settings for opposite sides looks for free space
outside of the frames left AND right, even though you are requesting
the bars to be placed on the side farther from the page edge (and
farther from the bleeding tabs frame). Moreover this space has to be
of some value higher than the 3-4 mm I had available.

Seems a bit odd to me, though, and should, if not changed in next
version, at least be documented, as so many other things need to.

Anyways, this proves how immensely helpful this list is. Thanks again.

Bodvar Bjorgvinsson
Supervisor Publishing,
Air Atlanta Icelandic.


On 9/22/06, Ian Hawkins <ihawkins at sundorne.com> wrote:
> On the Right and Left master pages, check the position of the text
> frames. Try shifting the text frame on the Right page slightly to the
> right, and on the Left page shift to the left.
>
> When FM places the change bars, it uses the margin width to determine
> which side is closer to/farther from the edge, not the right/left page
> setting as one would expect.
>
> HTH,
> Ian
>
> Bodvar Bjorgvinsson wrote:
>
> > When comparing new and old double sided documents, I get the option of
> > placing the change bars on the "Side Closer to" or "Farther from Page
> > Edge". but in each case, it works just as the left or right side
> > options: For "Side Closer to Page Edge" the change bars are placed on
> > left side of the column through all of the document and for "Side
> > Farther from Page Edge" they will appear at the right side.
> >
>

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