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Keeping element on page [structured]

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May 27, 2020

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Hello, 

 

I'm working with structured FrameMaker and trying to keep my function definition on a single page. I.e move to the next page if it does not fit. 

I have a container element for this function as below. I guess I need to add some Paragraph formatting options. But it's not clear to me what exactly do I need.  

 

I would expect something like KeepTogether but can't find anything that looks like this. 

And I don't understand why I have the first and last paragraph options. 

I'm new to FrameMaker and will appreciate any help. 

 

Regards, 

Ilya. 

 

Element (Container): function 
General rule: (<TEXT> | type | definition | argsstring | name | param | retval)*
Attribute list
Name: id Unique ID Required
Name: prot Choice Optional
Choices: public | protected | private
Name: static Choice Optional
Choices: yes | no
Name: mutable Choice Optional
Choices: yes | no
Name: const String Optional
Name: explicit String Optional
Name: inline String Optional
Name: virt String Optional  

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Keeping element on page [structured]

New Here ,
May 27, 2020

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Hello, 

 

I'm working with structured FrameMaker and trying to keep my function definition on a single page. I.e move to the next page if it does not fit. 

I have a container element for this function as below. I guess I need to add some Paragraph formatting options. But it's not clear to me what exactly do I need.  

 

I would expect something like KeepTogether but can't find anything that looks like this. 

And I don't understand why I have the first and last paragraph options. 

I'm new to FrameMaker and will appreciate any help. 

 

Regards, 

Ilya. 

 

Element (Container): function 
General rule: (<TEXT> | type | definition | argsstring | name | param | retval)*
Attribute list
Name: id Unique ID Required
Name: prot Choice Optional
Choices: public | protected | private
Name: static Choice Optional
Choices: yes | no
Name: mutable Choice Optional
Choices: yes | no
Name: const String Optional
Name: explicit String Optional
Name: inline String Optional
Name: virt String Optional  

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Structured

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