Subject: Re: [xsl] even column lengths|
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2007 21:41:46 +0100
I'm currently trying produce a section of columns within a page. Using the column attributes of the body region, I can easily create the desired columns. However, the columns do not always come out with an even (or close to even) length, which is required for this particular document.
In my initial efforts to figure this problem out, I saw several references of putting an empty block at the end of the text in a effort to force the columns to be even. This did not work for me, although it could be that I did not fully understand the method that was being proposed.
To the best of my knowledge this section of code is setting up the columns within the body region. Then calling all the templates that DO NOT get broken up into columns inside a span=all block. Finally the annotation template is called which SHOULD be broken up into columns.
Any idea on how to even out the columns is greatly appreciated!!
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