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Re: Printing double-sided with PassiveTex
- To: MGutbier at IHS dot de
- Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Printing double-sided with PassiveTex
- From: Sebastian Rahtz <sebastian dot rahtz at computing-services dot oxford dot ac dot uk>
- Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 22:32:14 +0100
- Cc: docbook-apps at lists dot oasis-open dot org
- References: <D059E197595CD511A3920050DA3DFA5804A8EE@pcmail.ihs.de>
Matthias Gutbier writes:
> I use docbook XSL version 1.40 and PassiveTex.
> Printing with the "double-sided" option causes several problems:
> 1) Chapter 1 starts after the TOC on the left-hand side page with page
> number 1. The next chapter starts with an even page number at the right hand
> side. If I globally change the attribute "end-on-even" to "end-on-odd",
> everything works fine (but "end-on-odd" is definitely the wrong attribute).
> A PassiveTex bug ?
now fixed, I hope
> 2) The page header should print right aligned on odd and left aligned on
> even pages. Instead, it prints justified. Responsible are the attributes
> "left" and "right", which are obviously not supported in PassiveTex. I
> changed them to "start" and "end" and got nearly what I expected. But the
> header is still not aligned with the text in the body. There is a small
> indentation at the left and right margin. Does anybody know a solution (ex.
> to set the margin for the header)?
I am looking at that, and will try to add "left" and "right" support
> 3) Images in "mediaobject" print always left aligned (but I specified
what does it come out as in the .fo file?