From: Ronald Hayden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 25 2003 - 13:30:40 PDT
For reasons too arcane to get into, in our system for purposes of
linking we tend to have to put the id for an element in a fo:wrapper
that precedes the element, like so:
<fo:block>The actual element.</fo:block>
This approach solves many problems for us...but it presents a new
problem: If the text being rendered in the fo:block in this case
causes a page break to occur, the block gets separated from the
associated wrapper, which causes links to jump people to the "wrong"
page, and for page numbers in cross-references to be off-by-one. This
occurs more often than you might think.
I'd like to ensure that the wrapper stays with the block...I tried:
<fo:wrapper id="my_element_id" keep-with-next.within-page="always" />
But it doesn't appear to work.
Any suggestions for how I can keep these two elements together?
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