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Old 04-10-2009, 05:55 AM   #1
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Another "glitch" of ADE

When I force a pagebreak after a particular element (with "page-break-after: always" CSS rule) it seems the next element's top margin is ignored, and it's rendered (by Adobe Digital Editions) at the top of the next page instead. So, for example:

[code]<div class="dedication">To my wife</div>

<h1>Chapter 1</h1>[</code]

if div.dedication has "page-break-after: always", there is, indeed a page break before Chapter 1, but the heading just ignores the "margin-top: 4em" in h1.

Is this a "bug" in ADE or am I mistaken in my interpretation of how pagebreaks should work? Is there a simple workaround? Any Adobe employee reading this who could fix it? I guess the Sony readers will have the same behaviour, am I right?
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