Page Break vs New Page

Jean-Pierre Chrétien jeanpierre.chretien at
Mon Jan 25 10:48:00 UTC 2021

Le 25/01/2021 à 10:59, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes a écrit :
> Le 25/01/2021 à 10:43, Jean-Pierre Chrétien a écrit :
>> Le 25/01/2021 à 10:29, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes a écrit :
>> « fer à gauche » means that the characters are stacked from the left limit, 
>> i.e left alignment
>> « fer en haut » means that the characters are stacked from the upper limit
>> Obviously, the page does not exist in English.
> Why not? Don't they do typography too?

Sure, under a different name:

But this one does not say a word about vertical justification either.

>> What about
>> « aligné à gauche » instead of « fer à gauche »
>> « calé en haut de page » instead of « fer en haut »
> I do not see the reference to "en haut" in te*he wikipedia page. This is the 
> part I do not really get.

I'm sure I found it when I looked for a translation of the terms  newpage, 
pagebreak, etc.
I guess thet English-speaking people have understood that translators in other 
languages had to find something explicit to translate these words.
Shouldn't we continue this discussion on lyx-fr ?


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