Sun Dec 30 19:46:02 CET 2007


Sorry to bump this, still no real progress understanding

How can I bind the heading more tightly to the paragraph ?
(If that makes sense)

cheers,
Andy

On Tue, 18 Dec 2007 18:53:13 +0000
Andy Farnell <padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk> wrote:

>
> I have a problem of very frequent widow section headings. I have
> tried increasing the widowpenalty all the way up to 10000 but it
> has no effect. This seems to indicate another problem.
>
> It always happens in the context of a heading, followed immediately by a parpic.
>
> example code
>
> \subsection{Cosine panner}
> \pargraf{images/pd2/pan/cospanner}{cos-sin law panner}{fig::cossinpan}{0.6}{r}{12pt}
> \noindent
> While the square law panner gives a correct amplitude reduction for center
> position it has a problem of its own. The curve of $\sqrt{A}$ is perpendicular
>
> where \pargraf is
>
>
> % Main side graphic, left or right
> \newcommand{\pargraf}[6]{
> \captionsetup{font=footnotesize, labelfont=bf}
> \piccaption{#2\label{#3}}
> \pichskip{#6}
> \parpic[#5]{\includegraphics[angle=0, scale=#4]{#1}}
> }
>
> This really has me stumped and I welcome any help.
> Thankyou,
>
>
> Andy Farnell
>
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