According to Michail Bikoulis on Mon, Oct 29, 2001 at 10:08:41AM +0100:
> Since keep-together is only implemented for tables (I'm actually using
> keep-with-previous and keep-with-next, but I think keep-together is also
> implemented), you can do what you are saying by putting a header and a para
> pair into one table, in their respective rows. You then use the
> keep-together attribute with fo:table-row.
> You must be careful in case your table is longer that the page. In cases
> like these I sometimes get infinite loops so I have to first find out how
> big my table is before using keep-together.
No problem, I can only need the other keeps that you mention. The
negative thing is that if I create an fo with the tables, then the
tables will show up in my rtf and html that I derive from the fo.
With my default doc type of pdf, its no problem.
If what i say is true, then I will have to implement rather messy
conditionals based on which output file-type I am targeting.
Eric Smith - currently xalan and fop on linux