Tcolorbox Box continue style

How to insert below space of "Continued" when box breakable into the odd page, at same time top space should not vary in the top of even page

Below is tex code:

\documentclass{book}
\RequirePackage{amsmath,amssymb,lipsum,textcase,multicol,xcolor}
\RequirePackage{chngpage}
\RequirePackage[breakable,hooks]{tcolorbox}

\tcbuselibrary{breakable,skins}

\newif\ifboxenvpresent\global\boxenvpresentfalse
\newcommand*{\boxbreak}{\vspace{\textheight minus \textheight}\pagebreak\ }
\definecolor{15black}{cmyk}{0,0,0,0.15}

\def\boxonelabelfont{\noindent\fontsize{13bp}{14bp}\selectfont\sffamily\bfseries\color{white}}
\def\boxonetitlefont{\noindent\fontsize{11bp}{14bp}\selectfont\sffamily\color{white}}
\def\boxonetextfont{\noindent\fontsize{8.5bp}{11bp}\selectfont\sffamily\parskip9pt}
\newenvironment{Boxone}[2][]{\begingroup\global\boxenvpresenttrue%
\def\boxsource##1{\vspace*{-\parskip}\noindent{\color{red}\vrule width\textwidth height.5pt\par\vspace*{-\parskip}\vskip-.5pt\sffamily\fontsize{7bp}{9bp}\selectfont\raggedright##1\par}}
\let\source\boxsource%
arc=0pt,outer arc=0pt,boxrule=0pt,boxsep=0pt,top=13.7pt,left=14.5pt,right=17.5pt,bottom=12pt,middle=0pt,
bottomsep at break=0pt,topsep at break=2pt,
titlerule=0pt,titlerule style={white,line width=0pt},toptitle=10.5pt,bottomtitle=9.7pt,lefttitle=9pt,
righttitle=9pt,
title={{\boxonelabelfont\MakeTextUppercase{#1}}\par\vskip4.5pt{\boxonetitlefont\MakeTextUppercase{#2}}},
coltitle=15black,colbacktitle=black,%
fontupper={\boxonetextfont},
before skip=15pt,after skip=15pt,frame hidden,
overlay first={%
\node[anchor=north east] at ([yshift=24.3pt]frame.south east) {\boxonetextfont{(\textit{Continued})}};},
overlay middle={
\checkoddpage
\ifcpoddpage
\node[anchor=south west, ] at ([yshift=-24.3pt]frame.north west) {\boxonetextfont{(\textit{Continued})}};
\else
\fi
},
]}{\end{tcolorbox}\endgroup\global\boxenvpresentfalse}

\begin{document}
\begin{Boxone}[Box 1.1]{BOX STYLE ONE - TITLE TITLE TITLE TITLE TITLE TITLE}
Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.

Romans did not have prisons that relate to how we think of them in the modern world. Accused wealthy citizens were simply kept under house arrest, provided they behaved, until a trial could take place. The poor generally found justice swift and usually fatal. Outside of the cities, a villa might have three areas to keep slaves, one for those who were well behaved, one for those to keep shackled, and one for those allowed a bit more freedom.
\begin{itemize}
\item On discipline of focuses on the relationship observable.
\item Prepare a net worth statement and ratio analysis for their current situation.
\item Prepare a net worth statement and ratio analysis for their estimated situation when they receive
\item Was established in 1998 to focus specifically on people's virtues
\end{itemize}
\end{Boxone}
\end{document}

• tcolorbox documentation says: In principle, all boxes of the break sequence share the same geometric parameters. After some tests I've been unable to fix different vertical geometry for even/odd fragments. This doesn't means is not possible. – Ignasi Mar 20 at 19:01