From: David Tolpin (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 20 2003 - 09:50:55 PST
> At 05:09 PM 3/17/2003, David Tolpin wrote:
> >At 2003-03-17 16:27 -0800, Lori Wong wrote:
> >>I have an instance where I have a list-item (with
> >>keep-together-within-page="always") that exceeds the length of a page.
> >The W3C Recommendation states this is an overflow error condition and the
> >content exceeding the page length is discarded, not to be formatted. A
> >numeric value of keep is allowed to be broken by exceeding the length of
> >the page, any higher numeric values of keep will still try to be
> >respected. When the keep is broken it is flowed as if the keep were never
It was not me who wrote that. numeric values for keeps are treated as "always"
by XEP. It is either "keep it" (always or a numeric value), or let it loose (auto).
> I'd like to, but I'm currently using the empty block to hold an ID to
> keyword a passage - in this case the list-block. Ideally, we should have
> the ID associated with the list-block, rather than an empty block, but I'm
> working with some legacy data... it might be possible to rework the XSLT to
> eliminate the empty block and move the ID into the list-block.
You can postprocess your fo data if you don't have access to the source xsl.
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