Subject: AW: Background-images again



Hi Pascal,

Thanks for your answer. I don't quite understand what you are getting at, since
the static region in the body would still overlap the footer, but you gave me
another, actually quite obvious, idea: It works if I restrict the sequence to
one page, extend the footer over the whole page and add the image to the footer
(or both footers, left and right), before the actual footer content.

Thanks a lot,

Georg Datterl

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-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Pascal Sancho [mailto:pascal.sancho@xxxxxxxxx]
Gesendet: Montag, 23. Februar 2009 13:14
An: fop-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Betreff: RE: Background-images again

Hi Georg,

If you are using FOP v0.9x, you can replace the background image by a
fo:external-object nested in a static region, in an fo:block-container in
absolute position.

So, yu can easily redifine the size (and position) of your background image.
The unique limitation is that you cannot use a repeatable pattern.

HTH,

Pascal


> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Georg Datterl [mailto:georg.datterl@xxxxxxxxx] Envoyé : lundi 23
> février 2009 13:00
>
> Hi everybody,
>
&...

gt; We had this topic before, but new requirements need new solutions. My
> page-sequence (could be restricted to single
> pages) contains one image spanning the whole page, and a footer.
> Depending on whether it's a left or right page, the footer moves
> horizontally. The image does not move. Up to now, no problem, the
> image was defined as a background image spanning body and footer.
>
> Now the same image should work not only for A4, but A5 as well.
>
> The background image is not scalable, so the present solution doesn't
> work.
> Using an external-graphic, the footer is behind the overlapping body
> content, so the footer is not visible.
> Using a static block in the flow (restricting the page-sequence to one
> image), the difference between right and left page is lost.
> Asking those who are wise than me mabye works...
>
> Regards,
>
> Georg Datterl


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