From: Eliot Kimber (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 15 2004 - 12:03:09 PST
John Barrett wrote:
> I have many XML documents that I'm laying out into a 2 column spread.
> Easy enough. The documents also have a handful of images that must
> appear at the top of the second column, on each page. This is where
> I am having some issues. I have attempted a couple of solutions
> without much luck, with the exception of counting characters, and
> forcing column-breaks when I get close to filling a column. This
> works, for about 80% of the cases, but it seems rather hacky, and it
> still leaves 20% of the files that need to be hand edited. Any ideas
> on how I can accomplish this?
There is currently no way to force graphics to float to the top of a
specific column using XSL-FO. It would be up to implementations to offer
an extension analogous to column-wide footnotes.
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