From: David Tolpin (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 06 2003 - 10:08:35 PST
> I know that keep-together.within-page is not currently supported. So, if I
> have the following:
It is supported, in that sense. It is treated as .within-column, that
is it is supported but overconstrained. For a single-column layout
these two properties do the same thing.
You may write keep-together.within-page="always" (or .within-column)
it will do exactly what you do.
> <fo:block keep-together="always">
> <fo:block>some text</fo:block>
> What I'm seeing is that if the second block runs multiple lines, XEP
> sometimes writes all the lines together (i.e. on one line). Has anybody else
> seen this behavior?
That 'sometimes' is when the other block's contents are wrapped into
an inline. Then the inline inherits keep-together.within-line="always"
from the block (keep-together means .within-(column|page|line)).
Specify keep-together.within-page="always" or keep-together.within-column="always"
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