Re: Page numbers, margn spaces and page restart

Subject: Re: Page numbers, margn spaces and page restart
From: Mike Sosteric <mikes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1998 13:24:34 -0700 (Mountain Standard Time)
>>>>> "Tony" == Tony Graham <tgraham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

page-number-restart? I #t, #f #f 

    >> (question one I want to be able to restart page numbering. I
    >> have put the following construct inside a simple-page-sequence
    >> sosofo (

Well I was able to determine the procedure for recto/verso headers/footers. 
That was simple enough. But I still can't restart page numbering. JADE keeps
telling me that the page-number-restart? is invalid in simple-page-sequence. And
all I can determine from the documenation is that it is valid, its inherited, 
and it starts off with a default of #f. That leaves me where I was.

Also, I can't tell what to do about the fact that the headers are still pushed up against 
the top of the page. There doesn't seem to be any value to define the distance between the top of the page, and the start of the header...????


    Tony> See the simple-page-sequence chapter (the only chapter,
    Tony> unfortunately) of the Flow Object Class Reference at

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