Having Automatic Page Breaks in TCPDF

Hi Experts,

I am sending a whole document to TCPDF as a single HTML string, however, despite of having $pdf->SetAutoPageBreak(TRUE); I don't get anything past page 1 even though if I echo my HTMl I see that I need to get more data beyond page 1.

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Ray PaseurCommented:
I've never been satisfied with the automatic page breaks in either FPDF or TCPDF.  I found that absolute positioning is better, so when I want a page break, I call the AddPage() method.  Note that it invokes some potentially unwanted automation (automatically calling addFooter() on the previous page) so I like to nullify the automatic headers and footers.  I think this may link to the online doc:
http://www.tcpdf.org/doc/code/classTCPDF.html#a5171e20b366b74523709d84c349c1ced
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