We have produced bleed and trim marks like the example in your PDF using XSLT/XSL-FO, but not using Styler. We have also added other bells and whistles like automated bleed tabs, dynamic SVGs embedded in the stylesheet and water marks using XSLT/XSL-FO. I suppose it would be possible to do a source edit of the XSL-FO code in your Styler stylesheet to create the bleed and trim marks, but at that point you may be better off just switching over completely. Once you make source edits in Styler you are forced to work with the XSLT code anyway.
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Another mechanism is in the PDF configuration file. Take a look at the DTD, pdfconfig.dtd. It has internal comments what the different settings do. There is a cropmark feature that may do just what you want (or at least close enough you can use it). If so, this is pretty easy to use. Just copy the current PDF configuration file you are using to the custom directory (assuming you are using the distributed one) and then edit to add in the crop mark settings. Then any PDF you create using the FOSI engine will have crop marks.
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