# [texhax] List of Examples

bnb at ams.org bnb at ams.org
Fri Sep 25 14:38:56 CEST 2015

from uwe lueck:

> it seems to be very difficult to avoid a page break after a header
paragraph,

response from david carlisle:

Just call the latex macro \@afterheading which will handle suppressing page
breaks and also suppress indentation without using \noindent (which
prematurely starts a paragraph after the heading, meaning that you can not
follow the heading by a blank line in the source) But here you probably
don't want a heading at all but a theorem environment style (theorem heads
are set as list items, again to get control over breaking)

all very well, but is there a way to
avoid a page break when the next bit
or one of its kin?  that is, *without*
tinkering with the current mechanism
of the list structures?  (if there's
already a hook there, i've managed
to miss it.)
-- bb