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total page count problem

From: Gilhuijs, Patrick <Patrick.Gilhuijs@getronics.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2003 16:09:30 +0200
Message-ID: <50D6C6037145314DAF9995E3145411CE5EC2FA@excnlaf100.europe.unity>
To: <www-xsl-fo@w3.org>

hi,

I have a problem with the total page count. I do use the page-number and page-number-citation objects with a block at the end of a page-sequence with a unique ID. If I have one page-sequence it all works oké, if I have more it doesn't. It looks like the page-number-citation in the following sequences have the same total page count as the first sequence, although the id of the block that's used for determining the total page count is unique.

So let's clear it up a bit.

<page-sequence> (1 page)
	 page 1 of 1
</page-sequence>
<page-sequence>(2 pages)
	page 1 of 1   !!!  (should be 1 of 2)
	page 2 of 1   !!!  (should be 2 of 2)
</page-sequence>

I have displayed the generated id's  in the document to ensure myself that they are unique.
Any idea's?

Thanks in advance.
grtz,

Patrick Gilhuijs

excuse me if I didn't make the problem clear, english is not my first language.
Received on Thursday, 3 April 2003 09:11:15 GMT

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