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• To: David Nelson <dave@nutters.org>
• Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001 18:23:02 -0500

```David Nelson <dave@nutters.org> writes:

> > > So, Jade appears to assume that new chapters start on the right side
> > > of the spread (i.e. odd-numbered).  This would be true, if an extra
> > > blank page were inserted at the end of the previous chapter, but since
> > > it's not, an incorrect header/footer alignment occurs on that page.
> >
> > I think you can turn on the cleardoublepage function if you don't mind
> > the extra blank pages.  Clearly, JadeTeX is assuming this is the case
> > w/o actually checking.
>
> using Norm's DSSSL stylesheets.

Oh!  I see... sorry.  So many dbl page issues have been reported here
I assumed it was a TeX backend in use.

> I don't know if this same error applies to JadeTeX (perhaps you can
> verify that, Adam).  But that's not my immediate concern, because the
> error came up, for me, in RTF.
>
> So, the \cleardoublepage hack is not a feasible workaround in this
> case.  The only workaround I can think of is to load the file into a
> word processor & manually insert extra blank pages, and check the

Do you think you can resubmit your problem report as a bug against