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Need better understanding of keep-with-next.within-column

From: Mario Madunic <Mario_Madunic@newflyer.com>
Date: Tue, 31 May 2011 08:31:50 -0500
To: "www-xsl-fo@w3.org" <www-xsl-fo@w3.org>
Message-ID: <246DE0E0EA0D6942B54267334267212292CEF8@NFIL050.newflyer.com>
I'm trying to get a better understanding of keep-with-next.within-column when it pertains to a table header and the minimum number of rows following it before pushing it to the next column. What is confusing me is the term strength when it comes to using an integer value for keep-with-next.within-column. I'd like to push the table header to the next column if there are only 2 or less following table rows. And reading the spec it seems if I use an integer value it is defined as strength and not a number of rows or am I reading the spec wrong. Can I define a number of rows?

<table....
<fo:table-header>
<fo:table-row keep-with-next.within-column="2">
...
</fo:table-header>
<fo:table-body... />
</fo:table>

Marijan (Mario) Madunic
Publishing Specialist
New Flyer Industries
mario_madunic@newflyer.com



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