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Re: [css3-break] Limiting break propagation to the fragmented flow

From: Simon Sapin <simon.sapin@exyr.org>
Date: Fri, 01 Mar 2013 15:55:07 +0100
Message-ID: <5130C14B.5010504@exyr.org>
To: Alan Stearns <stearns@adobe.com>
CC: Andrei Bucur <abucur@adobe.com>, "www-style@w3.org" <www-style@w3.org>
Le 01/03/2013 15:46, Alan Stearns a écrit :
> On 2/28/13 11:40 PM, "Simon Sapin" <simon.sapin@exyr.org> wrote:
>
>> Le 01/03/2013 00:11, Andrei Bucur a écrit :
>>> I also think it should be noted a propagated forced break does not
>>> apply if an unforced break already consumed the oportunity. For
>>> example, if there's an unforced break between the last child (that
>>> has break-after: always) of an element and the bottom border of it's
>>> containing element (e.g. the height of the container is taller than
>>> the fragmentainer) we stop propagating the break from the child to
>>> the parent beacuse the break occured naturally with the layout.
>>
>> I¹m not certain of all the corner cases, but I would have thought the
>> opposite: ignored unforced breaks if there is a forced break. This is
>> because we have many types of forced breaks. For example `break-after:
>> right` can generate an empty page in order to continue on a right page.
>
> So a forced break takes precedence, but the main concern is that an
> unforced break and a forced break (propagated or not) at the same break
> point results in a single break.

Agreed. Just like multiple forced breaks at the same point result in a 
single actual break.

-- 
Simon Sapin
Received on Friday, 1 March 2013 14:55:31 GMT

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