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Old 01-26-2013, 02:34 AM   #7
philx
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Originally Posted by AlexBell View Post
Thanks, Phil

You're right of course; iBooks has come a long way since she published her book. She has a blog at www.pigsgourdsandwikis.com that may have more up to date information.
Hi Alex,

it's funny. I knew Liz' blog partially, but was not able to find further information for the page breaking difficulty. While thinking to myself the display:inline-block property came to my mind. I don't know where it came from, probably just heard it somewhen. So I gave it a try on google and got redirected to ... Liz Castro ... where I could find detailed information:

http://www.pigsgourdsandwikis.com/20...r-yes-you.html

It's not an elegant way in my opinion, because under bad circumstances 75 % of the viewer's page can be empty, but in the specific book it fits my requirements. Currently I prefer some additional space over numerous detached headlines and captions.

Maybe thats helpful for some other users, when they get angry about the page-break-inside property not working on specific viewers.

Many thanks to you and dgatwood for your help – crowned with success!

Bye,
Phil

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