From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 15 2004 - 00:46:09 PST
There is no ambiguity in the XSL-FO spec regarding the subject.
The "precedence" property applicable only to fo:region-before and
fo:region-after and have default value 'false'. Then it's set to
"true" appropriate region will overlap both fo:region-start and -end.
There is no such property for fo:region-start and fo:region-end
regions so XEP has no "implicit defaults" for it. In general, absence
of those properties means that you can't make layout where
fo:region-start is drawn atop of fo:region-before which, in turn is
drawn atop of fo:region-end.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
GL> There seem to be no default for the "precedence" attribute. XEP puts
GL> precedence on fo:region-start and -end when I don't specify the attribute,
GL> and I'm glad it does, but can I expect other formatters to handle it the
GL> same way?
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