On 9/4/2019 2:24 PM, Otared Kavian wrote:
Hi all,

I have a document which typesets correctly in mkiv giving a PDF file with 7 
pages, but the same document typeset with lmtx gives two pages with a strange 
pagebreak on the second page. Up to now, unfortunately, I could not create a 
minimal example to show this behaviour, so I put the files in the folder here:


and the PDF file obtained with mkiv is here

while the one obtained with lmtx is here

Also, the TeX file typesets correctly with lmtx, if I don't use textrules, so  
I wonder whether there has been some changes in the way such textrules have to 
be used.
As far as I can remember, two months ago the same file was typeset with lmtx 
without any problem.

Thanks in advance for any help,
Best regards: OK
you have some interaction between textrules and backgrounds (and that can be a matter of very small differences in dimensions and rounding and such .. i just don't see a quick way out) ... esp these backgrounds are an old mechanism (maybe i should alias it to textbackgrounds in lmtx)

much better is to use this:



can you try to use that instead? less page overflow too

(actually i should iontegrate some title line in that)


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