Page Break vs New Page

Jean-Marc Lasgouttes lasgouttes at
Mon Jan 25 09:29:04 UTC 2021

Le 25/01/2021 à 09:58, Jean-Pierre Chrétien a écrit :
> Le 24/01/2021 à 18:36, Richard Kimberly Heck a écrit :
>> Over on lyx-users, we got a question that uncovered the fact that these
>> names are not very descriptive. (The user had used Page Break and gotten
>> surprising results: a very stretched Table of Contents.) The line breaks
>> have more descriptive names. Is there something else we could use for
>> Page Break that would indicate what it does? Something like "Page Break
>> (Stretch Page)" would work, but is kind of long....
> Right, I have had for a long time translations which use adequate French 
> typographical expressions
> Page Break        as Saut de page (fer en haut)
> New Page          as Saut de page (justifié)
> Clear Page        as Saut de page (vide le tampon)
> Clear Double Page as Saut de page impaire

But the problem with "adequate French typographical expressions" is that 
I can never figure out what "fer en haut" might mean.


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