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Re: [help-texinfo] floats are unbreakable

From: Karl Berry
Subject: Re: [help-texinfo] floats are unbreakable
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2004 11:19:25 -0400

Hi Akim,

    Unfortunately that leaves additional spaces in TeX outputs.  There are
    none in HTML nor text.  I don't know for XML.

    Can these spaces be killed?

Possibly, I can look.

    allow leaving some captions for @example, and getting a table of these
    captions, plus an easy means to xref them.

Sorry, I'm still baffled as to what you really want.  That's exactly how
we designed @float in the first place.  @float Example, refname, ...
And I know you know that.  What is the @macro supposed to be accomplishing?

This seems a separate issue from having a float across multiple pages?

    I was wondering whether there would be a means to have counters
    independent of floats.

That is potentially doable (another user asked for it, too), although I
don't quite see how it's going to help, either.

I'm totally confused.


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