I guess it makes sense.
On 09.01.2008 15:27:29 Vincent Hennebert wrote:
> The title may be a little cryptic for those who aren’t familiar with the
> table layout code :-\ But basically it corresponds to the following:
> When a row starts at the bottom of a page, there may not be enough
> remaining room to allow every cell to put a part of its content:
> | Cell 1 | |
> ----------------- Page break ---------------
> | | This text doesn’t fit |
> | | on the previous page |
> Currently, a 900 penalty is assigned to such a break possibility, to
> avoid as much as possible this situation from occurring.
> However, it doesn’t completely prevent it, as we have seen recently on
> fop-users. My proposal is to forbid it, as anyway the output is so ugly
> that one would probably prefer some extra blank space at the bottom of
> the page instead.
> Is there anyone against me applying this change?
> Vincent Hennebert Anyware Technologies
> http://people.apache.org/~vhennebert http://www.anyware-tech.com
> Apache FOP Committer FOP Development/Consulting