> On 01 Jun 2015, at 09:28, Pablo Rodriguez <oi...@gmx.es> wrote:
> […]
> 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?
> Pablo
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Hi Pablo,

Actually I have done what you suggest by adding or removing text, but at the 
end when the document changes all of a sudden the bad pagebreaks appear or 
The second definition of « proclaim » I sent you suppresses the bad pagebreaks, 
but in some other situations still I have other bad pagebreaks… Until I have 
not made a rela minimal example the problem cannot be understood and 
permanently solved.

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