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Subject: Re: too many white pages
From: Marc <Marc.Liste@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 08:53:35 +0100
Re:  too many white pages
When I have this kind of doubt, I try with an other FO processor, wich one do you use?
I do kind of thing with XEP or FOP without problem, could you send a small FO sample?
The marker are only one the same page about what d oyou think as marker, perhaps this can be do with an id one a block and a citation?.


Le 16/12/2011 01:35, Geert Bormans a icrit :
Hi all,

I have parts in my document

each part generates 2 page-sequences
- one for the toc of the part (always 1 page, one left blank after that)
- one for the actual part content

Now I want each toc to start on an odd page (I force the pagenumber to
be 1for each)
And I want the part to start on page three

settings for the page sequence of the toc
force-page-count = even
initial-page-number = 1

settings for the page sequence of the part content
force-page-count = even

All is fine when the page count odd for the part content (I get one
blank page at the end as expected)
If the page count is even, I get two blank pages. I would like to see no
empty pages

Is this expected behaviour? (and what to do to prevent this?)

Would it be a marker issue? I have markers in the FO for use with the
Would markers naturaly float to the next page?



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