Uwe Lück uwe.lueck at web.de
Sat Nov 26 12:40:18 CET 2005

```As often, the file had _not_ been attached

At 02:16 08.11.05, Chris Rowley , Philip TAYLOR <P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk> wrote:
>Hi all ... or to whom ...,
>
>attached is a (quite, yet not exactly minimal) example of
>an "orphan" section head, accompanied with further
>explanations. (Minimal at least in the sense that no
>.sty file is loaded, there is only the standard article.cls.)
>Included is as well a standard report to the LaTeX Bug
>Database, in case somebody is willing to proof-read it.
>I am much more anxious not to submit any nonsense
>to the LaTeX Bug Database than to texhax ...
>
>It seems to me that "orphan" has not been the adequate
>expression.
>
>Best,
>   Uwe.
>
>
>At 20:59 28.10.05, Chris Rowley wrote:
>
>>
>>Morten H reads texhax and he would know; or you can look at the database.
>> > >
>> > > It might be a subject for LaTeX as well; yet someone
>> > > who makes subsection headings embedded is
>> > > particularly obliged to deal with the problem (IMHO).
>> > >
>> > > The best that comes to my mind is a user version
>> > > of \@afterheading to be used when one knowingly
>> > > starts a \@trivlist after an embedded heading:
>> > > \makeatletter
>> > > \makeatother
>> > >
>> > > Or even: \@xsect uses \@nobreaktrue in any case,
>> > > and \@nobreakfalse starts its \everypar assignment!?
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