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So I have the following question: I have anchored two text frames to the bottom of a page; however, instead of being *stacked above* each other, they're *overlaid* over each other.

Now, I already got a solution, but it's not really useful to apply to tens of frames at once: I can create a frame style anchored to *'bottom of page text area'* and calculate the *height* of the bottom frame and subtract that from the height of the page *and* from the height of the second-bottom frame and use this value as the *'from top' value* for the second-bottom frame. Really cumbersome, as I need to calculate the height of all the frames (fortunately the page height is always the same).

Is there an easier solution to stack frames *anchored to bottom of page* instead of overlaying them? Probably it's just in front of me, still I can't see it...


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