Re: [xep-support] The Penultimate Page

Date: Wed Mar 03 2004 - 03:36:58 PST

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    That's something I haven't explored in depth, so I'll give it a try. Just in thinking about it, a marker would certainly work in the case where the page-sequence naturally ends on an odd-numbered page. Placing a marker at the very end would be in the correct place to be retrieved, the page-sequence kicks out a blank page because of the force-page-count="end-on-even"

    It doesn't spring to mind how to make this work in the case where the page-sequence naturally ends on an even page. The marker, then, would be on the "back" of the page - leaving the problem of the wrong barcode value on the penultimate page.

    I'll play around with it and let you know. Any other comments on this approach (or others) would be greatly appreciated.

    Michael Ottoson, System Developer, 519-739-1133 x5874
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    2004/03/03 06:17 AM
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            cc: Subject: Re: [xep-support] The Penultimate Page wrote:

    > Any suggestions?

    What about using markers? You can place first fo:marker with barcode at the very start of your document and then second fo:marker containing end-of-job indicator at the very end of your document.


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