From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 10 2003 - 03:29:47 PST
It's a follow-up to my previous message. As a workaround you can wrap
first two blocks into a single block with keep-together.within-column="always".
Keep-together constraint is respected by the formatter during the
content balancing process.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
AP> Hello Matt,
AP> Block with span="all" makes formatter balance all previous content.
AP> As you have pointed out, in the current version of XEP this balancing
AP> cancels effect of the keeps. We will address this issue in the future
AP> versions of XEP.
AP> Best regards,
AP> Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
MT>> I'm having difficulties keeping two blocks together within one column on
MT>> a two column page when those two blocks are followed by a third block
MT>> that spans both columns. The first two blocks split so that one is in
MT>> each of the two columns. This does not occur if the third block does
MT>> not span both columns. It appears as if the span="all" attribute of the
MT>> third block forces the other two to be leveled in some fashion.
MT>> Please see the attached example xsl:fo file for clearer explanation.
MT>> Thanks in advance for any help,
MT>> Matt Turner
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