I'm creating a three column layout with column separators in the gutter.
This is achived with one background image on `region-body`. This works
as intended on all pages but creates problems on pages with page-wide
objects (span=all) which do not cover the whole page. In my case, I
have a lot of page-wide tables with footnotes.
In the space between the page-wide table and the footnote the column
separators is showing while I'd like it not to.
I have solved this (partly) by adding a `fo:block` (with
background-color set to white) wrapping the table and added
to the table attribute-set. This solution works everywhere except on the
last table who's not followed by another table but by a fo:block with a
title. This title however is located on the next page but still creates
a space between the footnote and the fo:block (containing the table).
How is this possible? Am I doing something fundamentaly wrong here? When
I remove all data following the last table, everything works like a charm.
In my world, a element shouldn't be able to affect the layout on a
previous page, but I'm a newbie at this FO-stuff too... If someone got a
better solution to the problem I'd be thrilled to hear about it!
What I really want is the column separators in the gutter to disappear
between the table and footnote if there isn't any column-wide content in
this area. Is this possible to achive?
Btw, I'm using Antennahouse XSLFormatter 4.2.
Any ideas are appreciated!
Thanks in advance.
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