Re: Right aligned tables.

2005-08-19 Thread Jeremias Maerki
Hmm, this is rather an XSLT question than a question about FOP, at least as long as we don't support RTL-tables, but you should be able to use a recursive template call starting with an index to the last column and then counting down to the first column with each recursive template call. The

Re: Pagination Problem

2005-08-19 Thread Sonja Löhr
Hi! I can't help ;-(, but for those who can, I just want to add a related observation: I put each headline in a table together with the following paragraph, with keep-with-next and keep-together, the table should have a width of 100%. If a page break occured before such a table (and only then),

Re: Pagination Problem

2005-08-19 Thread Jeremias Maerki
I can confirm Ken's problem, but I don't have any work-around, I'm afraid. It's probably a bug but one that's not going to be fixed. I can also confirm that this particular problem doesn't occur in the current development code (as if that would help, sorry). Sonja's problem seems to be something

Re: Pagination Problem

2005-08-19 Thread Sonja Löhr
Thanks, Jeremias! My customer finally prefered a one-column layout, so I didn't see the error again. But theoretically, it could still occur, since the first page still has this box in its region-start. If I revisit that project in the next days, I'll try to reproduce the error and get an

FO - Adding Filler Pages for page count multiple of 16

2005-08-19 Thread Prakash R
Hi, I'm new to FO. I'm developing a FO document to generate a catalog which has multiple sections. I have a constraint on the length of each of these sections. It has to be a multiple of 16 pages. If the data for a particular section is less than a multiple of 16 pages then the extra pages need

FO - Force Pages on same spread

2005-08-19 Thread Prakash R
Hi, I'm preparing a FO document in order to generate a catalog book. I would like to have two pages together such that they are on the same spread i.e. if the first page is an even page(left) then the next would be the following odd pages(right) making it on the same spread. On the other hand if