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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Howto customize title for legalnotice

Did not work :(

  <xsl:attribute-set name="formal.title.properties">
  <xsl:attribute name="color">
      <xsl:when test = "self::legalnotice">red</xsl:when>

Did try to go thru the fo/titlepage.xsl -> formal.object.heading ->

I believe that it should have workerd, but like some other issues that I
have posted, i am loosing faith the the 'fop'. Will setup and use standalone
xslt processor and see if it makes difference.


The test is failing because the context node is legalnotice, not 
legalnotice/title.  A legalnotice is handled by the template with 
match="legalnotice" and mode="titlepage.mode" in fo/titlepage.xsl.  It 
calls the formal.object.heading template, with the context still being the 
legalnotice element.  That template applies the formal.title.properties 
attribute set.  So change:




and it should work.

Most of the templates handling titles work with the container of the title 
through most of the process.  That's largely because a given element's 
title could come from more than one element, e.g.,  book/title or 

I don't know of a command line tool that reveals which templates are being 
used.  If someone writes one, please let me know!  I generally use an XSL 
debugger like Oxygen when I have to follow the template sequence.

Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises
DocBook Consulting

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