[Jeremias and Andreas on starts-row & ends-row]

My take is that only a "true" value is used to determine a change in row. It makes no difference to the fo-tree or to layout if a default "false" or an explicit "false" is found.

The "starts-row" and "ends-row" properties with a "true" value are typically used when the input data does not have elements containing the cells in each row, but instead, for example, each row starts at elements of a particular type.

I found no indication that a "false" value can be used to prevent a row change, so there is IMO no real conflict if conflicting values are used on sibling cells.


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