[NTG-context] How ConTeXt manages section's label at the bottom of a page ?

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Tue Jul 11 19:31:09 CEST 2006

Renaud AUBIN wrote:
> Hi all,
> Considering this piece of code:
> \section{A title of section}
> Here we have some texts....
> resulting to the following theoretical situation before correction:
> at the bottom of the page 1: A title of section
> at the top of the page 2: Here we have some texts....
> Is ConTeXt smart enough to apply this kind of correction during 
> processing:
> page 1: whatever before \section call
> page 2:
> A title of section
> Here we have some texts....
> Apparently, Taco told me on #context that this is the case... But in 
> fact, I have this kind on problem with a \subsubsection call.
> If it is implemented, can we fine-tune the behaviour of the 
> correction. For example, Considering a section label followed by only 
> two lines of text, can we push this label+text to the newt page ?



should not result in dangling section titles, it only fails when the \subsection is followed by something that add a goodbreak or something similar or skips 


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