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4answers
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Using fixed space aroung headings to get text in sync with baseline grid

In order to make my text stay in sync with the baseline grid, I've set the vertical spacing before and after \section headings to integer multiples of \baselineskip (using the titlesec package). A ...
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1answer
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Gridsetting: Space between section and subsection (ConTeXt)

Here is my Minexample \mainlanguage [de] \definepapersize[MyBook][A5] \setuppapersize[MyBook][A5] \usetypescript[times] \setupbodyfont[times,10pt] \setupbodyfontenvironment [default][em=italic] ...
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0answers
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ConTeXt: How to adjust the space before and after a section with respect to gridset [closed]

I use grid=yes in my setuplayout. With \showgrid I can see, that the space before and after a section is the same as before and after a subsection (3 lines before, and 2 lines after). But it would ...
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1answer
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Align multi-line section head on the grid

What I want to achieve Align the first line of a multi-line section head on the grid and consecutive lines according to the baseline distance given in the font definition. The baseline distance of ...
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3answers
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Align baseline in multicol

I'm using the multicol package and would like to align the baseline of the two columns. The simple use of a \paragraph heading seems to throw off the alignment, which can be pretty jarring visually. ...
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2answers
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How to get headings to be an integral number of lines high (using the memoir class)?

I use the memoir class and the \checkandfixthelayout command to calculate the \textheight so that an integral number of lines will fit. This works very well: But now I want to add a few section ...
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3answers
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Spacing of sectioning commands for grid typesetting

I know questions about grid typesetting have been asked before, and some packages (grid, gridpos) exist. The scenario I have at the moment is simpler than that, and is mostly a question about elastic ...