From: W. Eliot Kimber (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Oct 31 2002 - 12:58:25 PST
David Tolpin wrote:
>>Given this document (note value of "precedence=" attribute on
>>XEP correctly makes the before region before the full page width. If you
>>switch precedence to "false" (the default), the before region is
>>correctly limited to the space allowed by the extents of the start and
>>end regions *but* the start and end regions are not then extended to
>>page's before edge as required.
> as required where? precedence is false by default. If both
> region-before and region-start have precedence false by default,
> which one should extend?
Precedence only applies to region-before and region-after. That is,
either they take precedence or they don't over region-end and region-start.
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