On 2014-Mar-24 3:36 PM, Karen Robbins wrote:
Removing the end-of-flow tag from the chapter head frame fixed the
Re: Jeremy's suggestion, the frames are connected. That was a good
thing to check because perhaps it applies to my some-time-ago similar
issue, yet to be solved:
In another book, an unconnected frame's level 1 head appears in the
TOC *above* the entry for its chapter. There is no end-of-flow tag
issue. This frame could only be connected to the end of the chapter,
if at all, because it must appear on the chapter's first page and has
a different format than the main flow, which must continue to flow
around it regardless of any text changes in either (think of it as a
diagram that is the full width of a page whose main flow is a
two-column format). But with or without connecting this frame, I might
have expected this level 1 head to appear at the end of this chapter's
other TOC entries, not as the last entry of the previous chapter. The
rightful location of this head in the TOC is the second item below its
Perhaps Wim's comment applies... this unconnected frame originally
came from another chapter and may have been the last frame added to
this chapter. Don't know how to alter time to change that ;-).
Thanks very much,
Don't get confused about the position of the head1 entry in the TOC --
just because it appears /before/ its Chapter title does not mean that FM
is associating it with the previous chapter. A TOC is just a file
consisting of a long list of x-refs, formatted according to their pgf
tags. When they appear out of the expected order in the TOC, it means
that FM is encountering them in that order because of the way it parses
frames and flows.
Here's a long-ago post on the issue:
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