On 06/01/2015 08:45 AM, Otared Kavian wrote:
> Hi Pablo,
> Indeed the document I was talking about has been typeset with
> various versions of mkiv, but now I observe that sometimes the
> pagebreaks are made in a very strange way. Since I can’t make a
> minimal example, I put on the following link an excerpt of the PDF
> document where the bad pagebreaks can be seen:
>   https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4316076/bad-pagebreak.pdf
> (Please see pages 19 and 32). It seems that this happens, sometimes,
> but as far as I can say from my experiments the bad pagebreak happens
> always before a « proclaim » which is defined as follows:
> [...]
> However it would be better to understand why the first definition
> does not work properly, in a rather random way.

Hi Otared,

having only three theorems my guess will be probably wrong, but I’ll try it.

The theorem that doesn’t cause a wrong pagebreak is preceeded by a
single line paragraph.

In order to confirm whether this is the pattern, I would remove some
words from the last paragraph on page 19, so that there has only one
line. And I would add some words to the pagraph before theorem 2.3.2 on
page 31, so this pargraph contains two lines.

Could you check this?

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