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@Heiko Tietze : anchoring at the page is definitely not an option : depending
on the flow, there can be some conflicts between two (or more) frames to occupy
the same place. e.g. a paragraph at the bottom of page N with a frame anchored
at the top of the page N, and on the next page N+1 a paragraph at the middle of
the page with a frame anchored at also the top of the page N+1. If the whole
text flow is shift down (by inserting some text in the previous pages, then the
first paragraph may move to page N+1, while the second may be still on page N+1
: the frames would overlap on page N+1.

I have really investigated all possible positioning/anchoring options, and
really none of them correspond to the behavior I described (which can be found
in FrameMaker or Latex)

The best solution so far has been proposed by Jean-Baptiste Faure, but still
it's more a workaround than a proper solution.

@V Stuart Foote : may be a solution for desktop publishing, but not for word
processing with long documents (100+ pages)

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