(Auszug aus "XSL-FO ― Die Referenz" von Manuel Montero Pineda & Steffen Herkert, 2016, dpunkt.verlag)

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Category Page Number

Specifies the assumed page number.

Applies to:all formatting objects

When <fo:page-number-citation> appears, the reference area is sometimes undecided. In evaluation of <fo:page-number-citation>, the temporary area is secured first, and when a page number is decided, it is adjusted to the right contents. Since the size of an area may change at this time, the formatted result is sometimes not desirable. For example, when an area becomes narrow, it seems that there is an unnecessary line break, and condition that a character will overflow if an area becomes large appears. axf:assumed-page-number gives the assumed page number at that time.

AH Formatter V6.3 expects the area of at least three-digit page number and formats temporarily. What is necessary will be just to specify axf:assumed-page-number="99" etc., when the page number is clearly less than that.

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