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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Removing blank space in chapter TOC

Hi Dave,
The template with match="d:chapter" in fo/comonent.xsl calls the template named 'component.toc', which resides in fo/autotoc.xsl. In the component.toc template, the main fo:block has xsl:use-attribute-sets="toc.margin.properties".  That attribute-set is in fo/param.xsl and includes space-before properties.
I see that you also include a toc title, so the component.toc template also calls the template named 'table.of.contents.titlepage'. That template is part of the titlepage spec system based on processing the titlepage.templates.xml specification file into a customized titlepage module titlepage.templates.xsl.  If you look in titlepage.templates.xml,  you will find:
  <t:titlepage t:element="table.of.contents" ...>
Even though 'table.of.contents' is not an element, is it treated as a fake element in the titlepage system.  In that specification, the <title> element has space-before properties. That would be a second source of space above your toc.
Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 7:13 PM
Subject: [docbook-apps] Removing blank space in chapter TOC

I am generating chapter tocs with a two-column layout, and the toc generates with a space before the toc title (attached screenshot). I have tried to modify both <xsl:template match= "d:preface|d:chapter|d:appendix|d:article"
    mode="toc" > and <xsl:template name="division.toc"> by applying margin-top to the relevant blocks (e.g. <fo:block id = "toc.{$cid}.{$id}"> ), and even trying to use fo:inline instead of fo:block (based on the assumption that fo:block generates a one-line space). I thought the fo:block that contains the toc is somehow adding something like a ‘space-before’ property (or to that effect) before the first content (which is the title). I’ve experimented by applying negative margin-top and padding-top attributes to no avail. I’d like some guidance please on what I need to modify.
Dave Gardiner

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