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Re: fo:block with no break

From: <mark.gebhardt@kodak.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 15:50:00 -0500
To: www-xsl-fo@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFD7AA0EEF.13341835-ON85257546.00721A3C-85257546.007273FF@knotes.kodak.com>
"If the formatter finds that a quantity of the flow wrapped in a 
keep-together= does not fit on a page, the constructs are moved to the top 

of the next page."


Question:  If it turns out the quantity of flow does not fully fit on the 
next page, then the keep must be broken (unless set to 'always', then you 
have overflow).  By breaking this 'keep', does the flow start on the 
original page, or the secondary page?  I am getting it on the second page, 
but would want it to start on the original page.

Thanks,
Mark
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