|Product:||PageStream 126.96.36.199 (MacOSX)||Reported By:||Ernest Unrau|
|Severity:||Normal||Assigned To:||Deron Kazmaier|
|Priority:||Average||sign in to watch (1 is watching)|
|Status:||Fixed in 188.8.131.52||Reported:||2010-12-20 02:31:17|
|Summary:||insert next/previous text frame page # incorrect|
|Keywords:||insert next/previous text frame page # incorrect|
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Pagestream 184.108.40.206 demo for Mac OSX (under OS X 10.6.5)
TO DUPLICATE: Create a multi-page sample document with 2-column text in an article that occupies the upper half of page 1 and continues on page 2, and 2-column text in an article that occupies the lower half of page 1 and continues on page 3. Import text into each article that spills over into its linked text frames on subsequent pages. Create a text frame to hold the jump line. Type "Cont'd on page <#>" where <#> is inserted via menu item "Type/[next|previous] frame page number". Place the jump-line box at the upper right of the upper article on page 1. It will have the correct page number. Select the jump-line text frame with the object tool, and move it to a point just above the halfway mark of the article. The jump-line page # is still correct; but move it beyond the half way mark and it will pick up the next frame page # of the article on the bottom half of the page.
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|Deron Kazmaier wrote...||2010-12-21 21:45:02|
Bug with picking the correct nearest article fixed.
[Status updated to 'Fixed in 220.127.116.11' on Tue, 21 Dec 2010 21:45:02 -0500]
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Bug #316 - insert next/previous text frame page # incorrect by Ernest Unrau insert next/previous text frame page # incorrect
created:2010-12-20 02:31:17 last updated:2010-12-20 02:31:17
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