From: Maximilian Gaerber (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 14 2004 - 08:04:39 PDT
thanks for the feedback.
Taking your example, this would mean that, if a block would not fit on
the page anymore,
the remaining blocks would be separated by a bigger space (up to 20cm),
But does this keep the distance between the last block(s) and the bottom
of the page(s) constant, too?
I am no professional, so please excuse my little knowledge...
Oliver Becker wrote:
>>MG> The question now is, to avoid blank areas at the end of the page, is it
>>MG> possible to define some constant distance (of the content) to the
>>MG> bottom of the page and will the rendering machine be able to
>>MG> automatically arrange the remaining items on the page to keep this
>>MG> constant distance?
>Wouldn't a stretchable space between the items solve this problem?
>space-after.optimum=" ... your optimal distance ..."
>I.e. the renderer can spread the items on the whole page.
>Just an idea ...
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