From: G. Ken Holman (gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com)
Date: Mon Jul 26 2004 - 18:55:27 PDT
At 2004-07-26 15:42 -0700, David Priest wrote:
>My XSL:FO defines page masters using the usual structure, which includes
>region-start and region-end to set the main body flow.
>On some pages, however, I need to display a full-page image that
>completely overrides all margins: in other words, the image must span the
>page from corner to corner (less some surrounding margin, as the printer
>can't go edge-to-edge.)
>I had thought I could use inherited-property-value() to grab start-indent
>and subtract it from the margin. Works on even pages, not on odd pages.
>I've tried a variety of other hacks, none of which are working.
Have you considered using the Page Sequence Master Interleave (PSMI)
semantic that I created for signalling and processing author-triggered
changes in page geometry? It is described and available in a free resource
downloaded in the XSL-FO section at the "Free resources" link in the
marginalia on our home page noted below (I'd rather not publish the direct
URL in the archives of the list as I may have to change where it is stored
on my web site).
The exemplar is the author-triggered change of page geometry for landscape
tables in the middle of portrait content, but the PSMI semantic could
easily be used in your situation where you decide a change in page geometry
is required to accommodate different margins for a particular graphic.
I hope this helps.
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