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You can try \filbreak or a variation of that. \filbreak is defined to be \vfil\penalty-200\vfilneg, but in your example the penalty needs to be more negative; \vfil\penalty-1000\vfilneg works. This will make the first column ragged bottom. It works by adding some stretchable vertical space, then providing a good break point; if the break point is used ...


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The addlines package (uses afterpage, so use with care), provides the \addlines command to add one extra baselineskip's worth of space to the current and facing page. It must be placed in the text on a verso page, obviously, but will give an error if not. Use \addlines[2] or \addlines[-1], etc., according to your needs. An example document (straight from ...


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First, for testing purposes please add to the MWE: The option showframe to the geometry package. Put \usepackage[pagewise]{lineno} in the preamble. Insert \linenumbers after \maketitle. (After each test, compile twice to see the correct line numbers.) Well, now analyze with calm what you asking to LaTeX in this MWE: A not stretchable glue ...


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I found out that the reason LaTeX didn't have consistent textheight (one \baselineskip less on one page, one \baselineskip more on another) was that the \textheight and \baselineskip set by \usepackage[textwidth=112mm,textheight=190mm, paperwidth=153mm, paperheight=230mm]{geometry} were incompatible. It is my understanding that if \textheight is not ...



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