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accepted fit multiple pdf pages to one
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comment fit multiple pdf pages to one
just discoverd page-height="indefinite" which autosizes the height to fit the content - but thats not supported by fop renderes a s I read
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comment fit multiple pdf pages to one
yeah, I thought about that too: Setting page-height in xsl:fo to a high number and printing it to a A4 PDF with "lpr -pPDF -o fit-to-page table.pdf" works good - remaining problem is, that I don't know which height to set - see my answer to @RedGrittyBrick's answer
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comment fit multiple pdf pages to one
unfortunately it has to be a PDF in the end - without a person printing it to PDF via browser. Currently I'm using wkhtmltopdf with autozooming with javascript, but that produced very bad looking PDFs (e.g. thin borders are destroyed or not shown anymore)
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comment fit multiple pdf pages to one
because I don't now how long the table will be - I could guess or calculate the height using the number of characters and rows used, but that would be a very unreliable solution I think
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revised fit multiple pdf pages to one
added 99 characters in body
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comment fit multiple pdf pages to one
@allquixotic: look at the (awfull, I know) picture. I want multipe pages printed to one page but below each other withou borders or paddings....
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