From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Apr 15 2004 - 02:07:50 PDT
Actually, suggested approach wont work. If you specify:
space-after.optimum=" ... your optimal distance ..."
XEP will always use optimum space-after. It just have no reasons to
stretch it. In order to make it work there should be some special
directive that tells formatter to reconsider page-layout and change
spacing if there is an empty space available at the end of the page.
However there is no such means in XSL-FO and we don't have immediate
plans regarding such an extension.
You may want to send your request regarding vertical justification to
the XSL-FO working group.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
OB> On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 05:04:39PM +0200, Maximilian Gaerber wrote:
>> 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?
OB> Well, I think so. AFAIK a vertical space will be discarded at a page
OB> You define a page border for the bottom (fo:region-body margin-bottom)
OB> and this will be your wanted constant distance.
OB> I trust that someone from the XEP team or Ken will correct me if
OB> I'm wrong :-)
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