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RE: [XSL-FO] Table Cells Split

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  • Roland Neilands
    ... This works fine in FOP: Cheers, Roland
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 4, 2003
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      > > I want to ensure that the
      > > cells never split and that any row that would force a split is
      > > rendered completely on the next page. Is there an easy way to do this?
      >
      > Try a keep-toghether="true" on the table rows (check spelling/value
      > against the spec or a book).
      >

      This works fine in FOP:
      <fo:table-row keep-together="always">

      Cheers,
      Roland
    • hoenis
      Hey guys, thanks for the help, I have finally figured it out and got it to work. I just checked the documentation for FOP and it indicated that it does support
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 4, 2003
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        Hey guys, thanks for the help, I have finally figured it out and got
        it to work. I just checked the documentation for FOP and it indicated
        that it does support the keep-together property. The syntax though is
        <table-row keep-together="always">

        --- In XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com, "J.Pietschmann" <j3322ptm@y...> wrote:
        > hoenis wrote:
        >
        > > Hi everybody, I am a long-time listener, but a first-time caller.
        > > Using fo I created a table that consists of a variable number of rows
        > > (I have no control over the exact size of the table or the text
        > > contained within it). When the table flows over to another page it
        > > will split the cells between the two pages. I want to ensure that the
        > > cells never split and that any row that would force a split is
        > > rendered completely on the next page. Is there an easy way to do this?
        >
        > Try a keep-toghether="true" on the table rows (check spelling/value
        > against the spec or a book).
        >
        > J.Pietschmann
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