From: Werner Donné (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Feb 02 2003 - 12:09:51 PST
Indeed, you're right of course. I DIDN'T understand the mechanism, because I took
"rest" to mean "any". I should have checked in the spec.
David Tolpin wrote:
>>I understand the mechanism, but I think that since there is page master reference
>>which meets the conditions for the last page, the message can be a warning at most.
>>Perhaps it is meant as a warning. I don't know.
> There is no page master reference which meets the conditions. rest is neither first nor last.
> 'rest' is not the same as 'any'. A discussion on this subject had taken place earlier on this
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