Vincent,

> > both of them I'd prefer to see split onto two pages. So imo a high
> > penalty is better
> That will still be possible with the infinite penalty (assuming your
> "1.5 pages" contain enough break possibilities in between). The rule
> here is only to make sure that every column contributes at least the
> content before the first break possibility (for each column) to a row
> before the row is considered breakable.

In this case +1, I can't think of any other cases where this could fail.

> > > 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  |
> > >     ————————————————————————————————————
> > > 


Max

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