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Re: PDF bookmarks (was: Re: extensions to FO)

From: David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk>
Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2001 12:33:35 GMT
Message-Id: <200102041233.MAA05021@penguin.nag.co.uk>
To: www-xsl-fo@w3.org


<fo:wrapper pdf:outline-label="Section 1">
  <fo:block>Section 1</fo:block>
  <fo:wrapper pdf:outline-label="Subsection 1.1">
     <fo:block>Subsection 1.1</fo:block>
  </fo:wrapper>
</fo:wrapper>

I'm confused, do you mean those blocks to be the main section heads (but
you have omitted the section text) as in:


<fo:wrapper pdf:outline-label="Section 1">
  <fo:block>Section 1</fo:block>
  <fo:block>Once upon a time....</fo:block>
  <fo:wrapper pdf:outline-label="Subsection 1.1">
     <fo:block>Subsection 1.1</fo:block>
     <fo:block>....</fo:block>
     <fo:block>....</fo:block>
  </fo:wrapper>
</fo:wrapper>


Or did you mean that this would be an extra collection of fo:blocks
(somewhere) that would drive the bookmark collection.

In the first case I'm still not totally convinced that you can 
always force the XML tree in the fo file to model the logical document
tree. If some sections for example need a different page layout
then don't I have to change to a new page maste at rather a high level
in the FO tree, but I may not want to reflect that in the section
nembering or bookmarks (that is, I may want the sections to "logically"
be siblings even if they are in different page sequences.)

David
 

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