I assume you used Glyph and the textile macro to convert your
textile document, right? At any rate... *maybe* it could be a CSS
problem. Do you have "height: 100%" set for the body tag or similar?
If that's the case that could create problems in some cases when
wkhtmltopdf support is going to be officially released with the next
Glyph release. I didn't test it extensively, but I did manage to
generate Glyph's book with it (and therefore using Glyph's default.css
and pagination.css), and didn't run into any particular problem.
Hope it helps!
On Jul 19, 10:34 pm, Eric Pugh <ep...@opensourceconnections.com