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Subject: Header with rule with DSSSL.
Hi, I was playing with DSSSL, and I put this on a custom.dsl customization stylesheet using the DSSSL modular stylesheets 1.77: (define %two-side% #t) (define ($left-header$ #!optional (gi (gi))) (if-first-page (if (equal? %writing-mode% 'left-to-right) (first-page-inner-header gi) (first-page-outer-header gi)) (if %two-side% (if-front-page (if (equal? %writing-mode% 'left-to-right) (make sequence (page-inner-header gi) (make rule orientation: 'escapement length: %text-width% layer: 1)) (page-outer-header gi)) (if (equal? %writing-mode% 'left-to-right) (make sequence (page-outer-header gi) (make rule orientation: 'escapement length: %text-width% layer: 1)) (page-inner-header gi))) (if (equal? %writing-mode% 'left-to-right) (page-inner-header gi) (page-outer-header gi))))) (define (page-outer-header gi) ($title-header-footer$)) Now, this places a rule on the header, and the title-header-footer too. But I have a problem: When the rule is in the page-outer-header, a space is displayed between the title-header-footer and the rule, but when the rule is on the page-inner-header (and the title-header-footer is on the page-outer-header, of course), no space is displayed, and the title-header-footer "touches" the rule. Is it possible to control spacing in this case? (is it proper what I am doing, BTW?). As you can see I am very new to these things and I am just trying to understand them, so, thanks a lot for your patience :-) Regards. P.S. I took the idea from: http://www.dpawson.co.uk/docbook/dsssl/dsssl.html#d2006e138