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Subject: Turning off automatic pagebreaks

In a message dated November 26, 2003, Bob Stayton provided the following response to a question concerning the ability to turn off automatic pagebreaks in regard to <part> and <chapter> elements:

Your need to turn off all automatic pagebreaking is not easy to do in DocBook XSL. Parts and chapters start a page-sequence in the FO output. A page sequence always starts on a new page. It isn't possible to turn that off with a parameter. You would have to customize the template matching chapter in fo/component.xsl to make starting the page-sequence conditional on the content of the part container element.
Question: Have there been any developments in regard to this issue? If not, what would the conditional statement look like?
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