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