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Infinite loop while rendering list-block





------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2002-05-03 17:51 -------
Further tests show that 85mm is the threshhold size for for space-before 
attribute in this case.  When it was changed to 84mm in the test document, it 
rendered fine.  Likewise, it also worked fine in the super-simple test I posted 
earlier.  What I suspect is happening is that FOP is attempting to place the 
leading block while honoring its space-before attrubute, but the test for break 
is leading FOP to try and reposition the block on the next page.  The block 
naturally spills off the next page, leading FOP to try again...ad nauseum.  
This can be fixed with the addition of some logic to see if FOP is trying to 
reposition the entire element as it would be in this case and to either choose 
not to honor the space-before attribute after the second try (or maybe it just 
gives up after the second try, since the block is a natural conundrum that 
can't be handled effectively).

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