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--- Victor Mote <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Andreas L. Delmelle wrote:
> > In either case it seems to make little sense to speak of 
> > 'remaining space'
> > as in 'the space not allocated by descendant FOs inside the 
> > b-c', unless you mean the space remaining on the _page_ after 
> > the first child viewport for the b-c is added. The sum of the 
> > b-p-d of the two child viewports will be five units, period.
> Just to be clear (not argumentative), I was saying something quite
> different. For the example that Andreas has given, my understanding
> is that
> there would only be one child viewport area, containing the entire
> contents
> of both blocks, but that it would be pushed onto the following
> column/page.
> Only if the contents didn't all fit into the first viewport would
> additional
> ones be created (and then only if the overflow properties are set
> properly).
> The user has dogmatically told us how big the viewport(s) should be.
> Victor Mote

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