RE: [xep-support] rx:flow-section keep-with-next

From: Henk Rutten <hrutten@grafidata.nl>
Date: Mon Aug 20 2007 - 23:12:11 PDT

Hello Michael,

My problem and what I'm trying to achieve is:

Each flow:section can start anywhere on a page, with a horizontal rule above
the title.
The header of each page also contains a horizontal rule.
I'm trying to prevent that a page starts with 2 horizontal rules.
If the last fo:block could be kept with the following rx:flow-section, this
problem would be solved....

Perhaps, there is another way to disable the placement of a horizontal rule
at the top of a page or column?

Kind regards,

Henk Rutten

ICT Specialist
GrafiData Deventer

Keulenstraat 16, 7418 ET Deventer
Postbus 2014, 7420 AA Deventer
T. 0570-609797
www.grafidata.nl

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Van: owner-xep-support@renderx.com [mailto:owner-xep-support@renderx.com]
Namens Michael Sulyaev
Verzonden: donderdag 26 juli 2007 18:26
Aan: xep-support@renderx.com
Onderwerp: Re: [xep-support] rx:flow-section keep-with-next

Henk Rutten wrote:
> I'm using rx:flow-sections to combine 1 and 2 column output.
> Is there a way to keep <fo:block> and the following <rx:flow-section>
> together?

Hello Henk,

I believe keeps should not work across flow-section boundaries. By default
XEP will try to keep the flow-section close to the previous content, unless
an explicit page break is specified.

I can imagine an example when you may need it, but, for any particular
document, it's easy to add a page break before a problematic single-column
title to force it go the next page where the following content is.

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Best regards,
Michael Sulyaev
http://www.renderx.net
http://www.renderx.com
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