From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Mar 31 2004 - 02:54:33 PST
This is a bug in XEP indeed. Thanks for your input. As a workaround
you can use technic suggested by Jacques Deseyne: swap page dimensions
and remove writing mode declaration.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
CP> I am trying to understand the behavior I am seeing from the attached XSL-FO
CP> document with XEP 3.7.5. The page-sequence is set up for two columns. If
CP> the contents of the first column are a certain height (as in the attached
CP> file), the next block or table is not moved to the next column but instead
CP> displayed over top of the existing column and started off the top of the
CP> page. If I add a table-row to the table displayed in the first column or
CP> get rid of the table's space-after attributes, the next table is pushed
CP> correctly to the next column. Is there a reason for this behavior?
CP> Thank you for any feedback.
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