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Re: Overflow

From: Jim Donnelly <jdonnelly@saleslogix.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 07:43:31 -0700
Message-ID: <D87AAFD855AD0A4DA3EF32A0618361750169575C@mail.interactcommerce.com>
To: <www-xsl-fo@w3.org>
Hi;

I'm following what you are saying but I'm having a hard time with the
mechanics of it. 

The <fo:page-sequence master-reference="calender-page"> can only contain a
single  <fo:flow flow-name="calender-activities"> .

I need one flow for the activities and a separate flow for the overflow
activities. Does this mean I need a separate  <fo:page-sequence
master-reference="> 
For each <fo:flow flow-name=">?

Logically I would think I should be able to add multiple <flows to each
<fo:page-sequence just like I can add multiple <fo:static-content. But the
formatter fails if I try this. 

I've searched high and low for an example of what you are saying, but I
haven't found one. 

Also what is the syntax to trigger a new page?

Thanks again for your help..... Jim  



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