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In ConTeXt, you are supposed to use it like this: \starttext \startparbuilder[basic] This is a sample paragraph .... \par or more of them \stopparbuilder \stoptext and it is supposed to listen to \tracingparagraphs. I say supposed, because the current version has some bugs: continued development of ConTeXt has changed some of the internals and this code, ...


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Text is justified to both margins by default. To control the indentation of the first line and spaces between paragraphs you need only set respectively \parindent and \parskip lenghts, without any package. An example with some exaggerated values to see clearly the result: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} % for example dummy text ...


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\offinterlineskip\tabskip=0pt \setbox0\hbox{\enskip1~000~000\enskip} \newdimen\foo \foo=.5\hsize \advance\foo-\wd0 \advance\foo-1.2pt% 3 rules \halign to.5\hsize{ \vrule#\strut& \hfil\enskip#\enskip& \vrule#& \vtop\bgroup\hsize\foo\normalbaselines \parindent0pt \leftskip.5em\rightskip.5em plus ...


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The class you're using abntex2-unoesc.cls ultimately relies on memoir. So, changes to the ToC can be made using memoir-specific configurations. All that is needed is to replace the \paragraph indent in the ToC through \setlength{\cftparagraphindent}{0pt} \subparagraphs are not included in the ToC by default. \documentclass[ % -- opções da classe ...


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You can retrieve the column sizes from the aux file where longtable stores them: You will need to delete the .aux initially to avoid picking up bad lengths from earlier attempts. \documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{article} \usepackage{array,tabularx,longtable,tabu} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \makeatletter \ifx\LT@i\@undefined \def\mcspec#1{} \else ...


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Typeset the table in a \vbox, access the last line and dismantle it to get the width of the first column. Then set the size of the second column in an appropriate way. \def\myhalign#1{% \setbox0=\vbox{ \tabskip=0pt \halign{&##\cr#1} \setbox0=\lastbox \setbox0=\hbox{\unhbox0 \unskip % tabskip glue \setbox0=\lastbox % third ...


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It is better to use the parskip package (as shown in the question) than to just adjust the parskip and parindent yourself unless you are also prepared to make the kinds of adjustments required to avoid the side-effects of these changes. In addition to adjusting these lengths, parskip does some basic work to avoid excessive spacing in list environments. Even ...


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Open up stdclass.inc and find the Standard style: Style Standard Category MainText Margin Static LatexType Paragraph LatexName dummy ParIndent MM ParSkip 0.4 Align Block AlignPossible Block, Left, Right, Center LabelType ...



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