[solved] Re: How to prevent strechtability?
rodolfo.medina at gmail.com
Fri Jun 21 15:44:04 CEST 2019
David Carlisle <d.p.carlisle at gmail.com> writes:
>> \raggebottom is not what I want,
> not even at a forced page break? You are using \eject to force a page
> break, specifying that the last baseline of the page must be at the
> bottom of the page and then removing the last remaining stretch glue
> to ensure that constraint can not be achieved? This ensures that the
> page is underfull with an infinitely bad box warning.
Yes, because I was trying to artificially reproduce an effect spontaneously
occurring in another file, too complicated to be posted here, a MusiXTeX file,
with a lot of macros inputted in it.
>> not between `hallo' and the following `\hrule'? There should be a \parskip
> there as well...
> \parskip is added bfore paragraphs, \hrule does not start a paragraph
> it is directlt added to the vertical list. the letter h of hallo,
> being a horizontal mode construct does force a paragraph to start.
All is clear now...
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