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revised Copy-and-paste small-caps with ConTeXt and simplefonts
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answered Copy-and-paste small-caps with ConTeXt and simplefonts
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revised memoir \vplace / \vspace that breaks pages on content starting with a section header
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comment memoir \vplace / \vspace that breaks pages on content starting with a section header
... though I recognize that such a requirement may be quite a bit more complex than the elegant \@secpenalty change here.
Oct
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comment memoir \vplace / \vspace that breaks pages on content starting with a section header
Thank you @egreg - this is valuable. One thing that would improve it, if it is possible, is to have any trailing ipsums not be separated by vertical space so that fills the page (i.e. any pages after the first should have the text from B to C appear contiguous).
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comment memoir \vplace / \vspace that breaks pages on content starting with a section header
@egreg – If the content is on a single page (which may be part of a multi-page document), center the content (minus "leading" and "trailing" text); if the content spans multiple pages I want it to behave as-if vplace did not exist, ideally. Does that make sense?
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asked memoir \vplace / \vspace that breaks pages on content starting with a section header
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revised Copy-and-paste small-caps with ConTeXt and simplefonts
more references; replace opentype tag with luatex
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revised Copy-and-paste small-caps with ConTeXt and simplefonts
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comment Is `\hspace*` equivalent to `\strut\hspace`?
Fantastic explanation, egreg, thank you.
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comment Is `\hspace*` equivalent to `\strut\hspace`?
Thanks Herbert. I would not have expected the visibility or width of the strut to determine whether it is considered present/existent from the layout perspective. Unexpected, but not really surprising. 😀