Breaks in Pages and effects to content

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    Thomas Rough (K15t)

    Hi Henry, 

    Thanks for your question. 

    How did you have the page breaks currently set up in your customizable template? With each heading level it is possible to define if you want a page break to occur (see screenshot) – is this what you required? 

    Template editor screenshot:

    Additionally, it is also possible to have page breaks to occur for every Confluence page that you export. This is a setting that you can define within the: Customizable template > Settings > Properties > Pagebreak. 

    Do you have an example of how the page breaks are currently being exported in your document? 

    Thanks, Thomas (K15t Software) 

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    Henricus Fluthgraf

    e.g. i use the Page heading level 4  on a page, to mark a comin Paragraph. Sometimes, unfortunately, there  is a pagebreak directly after a heading ( in this case a unnumbered heading)

    see picture

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    Thomas Rough (K15t)

    Hi Henry, 

    Thanks for the reply. 

    Did you have any paragraph spaces between the heading level 4 (Turntable with measurement plate) and the text that follows (The measurement plate is...)? 

    Normally, the behaviour for the exported headings is to keep with the next section. Would you be able to send us an XML export for the page where this issue is reproducible via support@k15t.com? We can then further investigate this export behaviour and try to find a solution. 

    Cheers, Thomas (K15t Software)

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    Henricus Fluthgraf

    After the tile i have a blank line following by text in the next line.

    This a requirement of our CD/CI.

    why is´nt it possible to avoid a Pagebreak after one blank line (settings in the template?).

     

    i will send you the XML file of the page

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    Thomas Rough (K15t)

    Hi Henricus, 

    Thanks for your reply – I have also received and responded to your related support case. 

    As previously mentioned, Scroll PDF Exporter automatically tries to avoid inserting page breaks between a heading and the element directly following it. However, in your use case, the element directly after the heading is an empty paragraph line. 

    Therefore, if you are wanting to have your heading associated with the corresponding text (with the empty paragraph line in between), you need to group these elements in some way. One workaround for achieving this would be to insert a panel macro with a 0px border (defined in the Border Pixel Width field) directly after the heading. You can then add your content  (including the empty paragraph line at the beginning) into the macro. The screenshot displays this process: For a more general solution, we would need to implement a new macro and we currently have an open feature request for this here: https://k15t.jira.com/browse/EXP-1091. To keep up-to-date on the progress of this issue, please sign up to our JIRA. We'll then send a notification for every status update. 

    I hope this information helps. 

    Cheers, Thomas (K15t Software)

     

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    Henricus Fluthgraf

    Hi thomas

    In the first view it looks like a solution, but in the second view it is not handable.

    using this workaround means to put every paragraph into a panel. Than I will have a problem with a correct pagebreak.

    otherwise i have to look at the end, after producing a manual,  where I have to use the panel.

    maybe I have done it, than I don’t know, how it looks like in translation. Etc.

    unfortunately there is no macro which accept one blanc spaceline according to the next paragraph, to avoid a pagbreak.

     

    best Henry 

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    Thomas Rough (K15t)

    Hi Henry, 

    Thanks for your response. 

    I have responded to your recent comments in the related support ticket that you have open.

    I would suggest that we continue the conversation in this ticket to save the duplication of replies being added to both this post and your ticket. 

    Cheer, Thomas (K15t Software) 

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