From: Broberg, Mats (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 28 2004 - 02:22:45 PDT
When do you think integers for keep-together will be supported in XEP?
AFAIK, today there is no way at all to make e.g. a screenshot keep
together with the first few rows in a table that follows the screenshot
(i.e. a table that e.g. explains all labels and values the screenshot).
This means that quite a few pages in our manuals end with the screenshot
at the bottom of the page and the following table at the top of the next
page. Since we localize the manuals into 15-20 languages, and work with
conditional formatting, we do not want to insert hard page breaks, which
in other situations would work as a 'quick-and-dirty' solution.
These kinds of layouts would look so much better if there would be a way
to set a high penalty between a screenshot and a table and lower
penalties before screenshots and after tables.
keep-together in XSL-FO:
Technical Documentation Manager
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