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Subject: FOP Bug? Leaking table rows from region before into the region after
From: roger.wyatt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2003 18:01:11 +0100
fop bug
When writing a table into the body of a page depending on weather the
content of a cell in the last row that fits on that page wraps or not, FOP
may write an extra row of the table into the 'region after'.  I have no
idea why.  I think it is a bug in FOP-0.20.5 but as I am new to this game
it could well be that there is something a miss with my XSL-FO.  My Page
layout is :

            <fo:simple-page-master master-name="basic-statement"
                  page-height="297mm"     page-width="210mm"
                  margin-top="15mm" margin-bottom="15mm"
                  margin-left="15mm"      margin-right="15mm" >


                  <fo:region-before extent="&phd;"/>
                  <fo:region-after        extent="&pft;"/>
                  <fo:region-start        extent="&plft;"/>
                  <fo:region-end          extent="&prgt;"/>

For what it's worth the entities are:
      <!ENTITY prgt "5mm">
      <!ENTITY plft "5mm">
      <!ENTITY phd  "60mm">
      <!ENTITY pft  "20mm">
Also I am using a 10mm pad-after on each table cell in the table

      So as far as I can see there should be no way that rows written into
the main body can leak into the region after.  Can anyone shed some light
on this for me??

Roger Wyatt

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