Florian Knorn floz at gmx.de
Thu Sep 15 09:48:16 CEST 2005

Hey Philip !

Well, that would be difficualt -- a) because the stuff is confidential
and b) I guess can only reproduced in that exact stetting.

But I can give you a little "cut out" of the code:

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:
:
\paragraph{Edge rewiring}
Paragraph one, about 3 lines of text

Paragraph two, another 4 lines of text

\subsubsection{Method 2}%
%  ----------------------------- unwanted pagebreak here
-----------------------------------------
\paragraph{General remarks}%
%
\begin{figure}[htb!]
\subfloat[]{\scaledinput{sfrme_d2_2000}\label{fig:sf_d21}}\hfill%
\subfloat[]{\scaledinput{sfrwe_d2_2000}\label{fig:sf_d23}}\hfill%
\subfloat[]{\scaledinput{sfrmn_d2_100}\label{fig:sf_d24}}%
\caption{Bla bla bla}\label{fig:sf_d2}%
\end{figure}

Another paragraph with more text ...
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:
:

I also tried to change the position specifiers of the figure, but that
didn't help either .....

Again, I'm using the memoir class and haven't fiddled around with any
penalties other the \widowpenalty=10000 \clubpenalty=10000 (and I use
\flushbottom).

Sorry that I can't be more specific on the text, but my boss would kill
me (at least legally ;-))

Still, I hope you can help me, otherwise I have to do some "manual"
formatting with \newpages ...

Florian

Philip TAYLOR schrieb:

> Can you send me a sample document that demonstrate
> this problem ?  I would be delighted to look into
> it ...
>
> Philip Taylor
> --------
> Michael Barr wrote:
>
>> For some reason, latex seems to prefer to put section heads at the
>> bottom of the previous page.  I am using \raggedbottom and I set
>> \clubpenalty to 10000, but a section header is not the start of a
>> paragraph and that appears to have no effect.  There is nothing I
>> could find in the FAQ about it.  Surely, someone has solved this.
>>
>> Michael Barr
>
> --------
> Florian Knorn wrote:
>
> > hi there !
> >
> > how can i prevent a pagebreak between a subsubsection- and paragraph
> >
> > that is
> >
> > \subsubsection{bla1}
> > \paragraph{bla2} and an immediately follwing  ?
> >
> > i have a couple of places where that happens and i find it rather
> ugly : (
> >
> > thanks for your help !!!
> >
> > florian
>
>
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