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Profile: maddox68
User Name: maddox68
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Joined: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
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Last 10 Posts
Topic: XSLT & fo:region-body margin-top
Posted: Tuesday, February 26, 2019 6:19:51 PM
How do I change the fo:region-body margin-top in Altova Stylevision so when saving the .sps file as an XSLT-FO file the region body margin top is set to 2.5in. Currently, all forms have this value set to 3in and is causing fop2.3 to push all the text on page 1 down to page 2. We have updated the XSLT using 2.5 and that resolves the issue, but I really need to know how to make Altova do this automatically.
Topic: Check boxes and version 2013
Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 4:21:03 PM
We may have found the issue. The individual having this issue is using Enterprise Edition version 2013 rel. 2 (x64) on their machine, where as other users have just Enterprise Edition version 2013.
Topic: Check boxes and version 2013
Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 12:35:13 PM
Is there a solution for this issue of displaying # instead of a check box in version 2013?

When the PDF displays, the # symbol is showing instead of the check box. The file is saved as an XSTL v1.0. This appears to be coming from the XSLT being generated by saving generated XSLT-FO in the 2013 version. The XSLT indicates if "True" or "1" display a checked check box using unicode value of ☑ otherwise displays a check box using unicode value of ☐.

Anything created in version 2012 that has not been changed still displays the check box and does not have the ☐ in the otherwise statement.

Any assistance getting past this issue would be appreciated.

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