I created an atlas with two pages for each atlas feature, the first being for a map and the second page being for a table. I need to separate pages as the map is using all the paper space and the table is varying a lot.
As some maps are in portrait and some are in landscape (depending on atlas feature geometry), I specified the X and Y of each item (legend, maps, table, north arrow) according to the orientation of the atlas geometry.
Here is an example for one item:
For x: if(bounds_height( @atlas_geometry ) > bounds_width( @atlas_geometry ) ,'11','30')
For y:if(bounds_height( @atlas_geometry ) > bounds_width( @atlas_geometry ) ,'90','60')
Here is my problem: For every atlas feature, I would like this example item to be located on page 2. If I move it manually to page 2 it remains in page 1. If I deactivate the X and Y formula, I can manually move it to page 2.
My question: Is there a way to force item to be on page 2 while writing the formula for X and Y positions?
I have one idea but not very convenient, go beyond the first page border. For example for Y, in case of portrait, I can give a figure between 297 mm and 594 mm.