From: Victor Mote (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 05 2004 - 10:29:14 PDT
Nikolai Grigoriev wrote:
> I looked at your files, and noticed a funny thing: the
> FrameMaker file actually uses a named destination inside the
> go-to action :-).
> So, if you style your link this way:
> it will give you the exact equivalent of the FrameMaker output.
Yes. FrameMaker automatically creates named destinations for each page, and
the P.1 destination that you are seeing is such a destination. However, the
target file is generated from XEP also. I know of no way in XSL-FO or XEP
extensions to create named destinations for each page, nor even for one
page. However, the workaround that you suggested of the empty block at the
beginning of the document is adequate.
The purpose for sending the FrameMaker output was so that you could compare
the link in it with the link in the XEP output, for purposes of figuring out
why the XEP link generates an error in Acrobat 6, but the FrameMaker link
does not. I think you'll still want to find out what is going on there.
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