From: David Tolpin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 22 2002 - 02:44:32 PST
> The problem is that these pictures belong together and after the second
> one there's a legend explaining the pictures. If the first picture is
> separated from the second by text, this means there's a page with a
> picture but without a legend, which looks like the legend is missing.
> If the space below the picture would be empty, it would be clear
> that this picture, the picture on the next page and the legend on the
> next page belong together.
Why then just put a break-before before the first picture and let it run
with the normal flow? The whole purpose of floats is to coexist with the normal
flow without interrupting it.
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