Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Strange behaviour in my custom titlepage
Le Lun 5 mars 2007 18:24, Bob Stayton a écrit : Hello Bob, > The way XSL-FO works with space-before is that if a block appears first on > a page, the space-before property is normally ignored. That is to make > the > text start in the same place on each page. You can overcome this for a > particular block by adding a space-before.conditionality="retain" property > to title as well. Wonderful, it works fine. > The generated text comes from the gentext files, and can be customized as > described here: > > http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/CustomGentext.html#CustomGenText I already have some custom gentext but all with a context (ie <l:context name="title-numbered">). But I can't find a context for that (may be title) ? In fact I had a look to the fr.xml file where I found some mysterious things. For exemple : <l:gentext key="Edition" text="Édition"/> <l:gentext key="edition" text="Édition"/> I think that the second key edition (with a lowercase 'e') should have for text 'édition' with a lowercase 'é'. But there must be a good reason for that. :-) > Regarding smallcaps, is the font-variant property making it into the FO > file? If so, then the stylesheet is working and you should look at the > XEP > setup again. In fact my small-caps titlewas in a non small-caps fontset. Changing that and it works fine. Thanks for you help. Jacques -- « Mac OS X Server à votre Service » en vente au Monde en Tique. <http://www.lmet.fr/fiche.cgi?_ISBN=9782952726603> Attention, il ne reste que 19 exemplaires.