Thanks. It will take me a while to absorb that, though.
avi


On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 7:52 PM, Combs, Richard
<richard.combs at polycom.com>wrote:

> Avraham Makeler wrote:
>
> > Tentative conclusion: it seems that the setting:
> >
> > "Keep With Next" = true
> >
> > of the table caption (or maybe of the table anchor on that line) is
> > percolating down through all the table rows even though they
> themselves
> > have
> > that setting set to false.
> >
> > Comments, anyone?
>
> To continue with the thought I introduced with my last response, tables
> are objects in FM: To understand just what that means, put the cursor
> somewhere to the left of (or above) the table anchor symbol (you do have
> View > Text Symbols selected, right?). Now press the right arrow key
> repeatedly and watch the text cursor. It doesn't enter the table at all.
> It moves past the anchor symbol and continues on to the following pgf.
>
> The table is an object that "sits in" or is "anchored to" a pgf, but
> it's outside of the main flow. (Notice that every cell in a table has
> its own end-of-flow symbol. They're all independent flows.) In FM, a
> table object shares some of the attributes of an anchored frame object.
> This is quite different from Word and important to understand.
>
> Here's what that means regarding the behavior you observed: The Keep
> With Next setting of the TableCaption pgf (in which the table is
> anchored) means "keep with the next pgf _in the flow_," and that's the
> pgf following the table in this case.
>
> It might not always be the pgf following the table -- if the table is
> set to start at top of page or to float, it won't necessarily follow the
> pgf it's anchored in. But the "next" in Keep With Next will always be
> the pgf into which the cursor moves next when it leaves the TableCaption
> pgf.
>
> HTH!
> Richard
>
>
> Richard G. Combs
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