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Nico updated FOP-2222:
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    Description: 
On a table with one row and two cells, spanning across multiple pages, the 
pages break are not what should be expected. (I don't know if it's by design or 
a bug).

Please see the attached .fo and .pdf.
Test case : the first cell has blocks with 120mm height. the second cells has 
blocks with 100mm heights. the page height is 266mm
First page : each cell contains his two blocks on the page
second page : after the first page break, the fist cell show only the one block 
where two is expected. The second block is on page 3, should fit on page 2.
Is it standard behaviour ? Thanks.

  was:
On a table with one row and two cells, spanning across multiple pages, the 
pages break are not what should be expected. (I don't know if it's by design or 
a bug).

Please see the attached .fo and .pdf.
Test case : the first cell has blocks with 120mm height. the second cells has 
blocks with 100mm heights. the page height is 266mm
First page : each cell contains his two blocks on the page
second page : after the first page break, the fist cell show only the one block 
where two is expected. The second block is on page 3

    
> Improper page break in cell
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>
>                 Key: FOP-2222
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOP-2222
>             Project: Fop
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: page-master/layout
>    Affects Versions: 1.1, trunk
>            Reporter: Nico
>         Attachments: test-two-cells.fo, test-two-cells.pdf
>
>
> On a table with one row and two cells, spanning across multiple pages, the 
> pages break are not what should be expected. (I don't know if it's by design 
> or a bug).
> Please see the attached .fo and .pdf.
> Test case : the first cell has blocks with 120mm height. the second cells has 
> blocks with 100mm heights. the page height is 266mm
> First page : each cell contains his two blocks on the page
> second page : after the first page break, the fist cell show only the one 
> block where two is expected. The second block is on page 3, should fit on 
> page 2.
> Is it standard behaviour ? Thanks.

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