I am making a scientific poster. A block spills from the left column to the right column. So I divided it into two blocks, one with a heading in the left column at the bottom and one without heading in the right column at the top. The design of those blocks looks, as if a regular block was cut in half and placed where described. However, a colleague did not get that at once and wondered why the right upper block had not headline. Should I put a "continued" or "cont." or "cont'd" at the bottom/top of the two blocks, or trust my readers to get that?
EDIT: My blocks are: 1. Introduction 2. Discussion the challenge / issue 3. (the one split) about given a general solution framework 4. Given an example implementation. 5. Contact Information and Acknowledgments
I don't see how I could rearrange the blocks.
- The conference gave specifications that it has to be portrait.
- My (large) boxes don't allow row based.
Note: I am using tikzposter for my poster (in case someone cares).