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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Watermark Images

On 01/07/2018 16:43, Bob Stayton wrote:
Since you want your image to appear on every page, it cannot be part
of the content and must be part of the page declaration.  But content
for the page declaration only appears in the margin regions, as
header or footer, or side margin navigational content.  It might be
possible to declare a full size image in one of those areas but
extending out side the designated area, but I'm not sure if it would
be under or over the page content.

It depends.  The approach should get you the page-size image, but
whether or not the watermark is on top of the rest depends on the formatter.

The order of the FOs for the page regions in the XSL-FO document is
defined by the XSL 1.1 specification, but the rendering order of the
page regions not defined -- and 'z-index' does not apply -- so you're
left with what the formatter implements.

AH Formatter allows you to put the FOs for the page regions in any
sequence and will render them in that sequence.  See:


So if you're using AH Formatter, just put the FO for outer region to
which you will direct the watermark after the fo:region-body FO.

But if you're using AH Formatter, then you can specify up to two sets of
watermark text in the Option Setting File that AH Formatter uses.  See:



Tony Graham
Senior Architect
XML Division
Antenna House, Inc.
Skerries, Ireland

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