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If a paragraph with borders crosses a page break, a behavior of opening the box at the bottom on the first page and at the top of the box would be nice to express the semantic meaning of 'paragraph' better.
Very well -> NEW
Such behavior would correspond to CSS and can be seen in browsers, if content is printed. The current behavior belongs to the interoperability with Word.
This issue touches the task, how to define borders in ODF.
(In reply to Regina Henschel from comment #2)
> The current behavior belongs to the interoperability with Word.
I was wrong. Just tested with Word 365. There are no borders on bottom of first and top of second page.
CSS3 has the property box-decoration-break to distinguish the two behaviors. See https://www.w3.org/TR/css-break-3/#break-decoration, section 5.4. I'm talking to the ODF TC, whether to get a similar attribute into ODF.