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Jul
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comment ConTeXt: How to style interactive elements individually rather than globally
Don't worry. ConTeXt has a very consistent user interface. It takes some time to get used to, but once it clicks, you'll just be able to guess the solutions.
Jul
28
revised bullet in table not aligned
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Jul
28
answered ConTeXt: How to style interactive elements individually rather than globally
Jul
24
answered File extensions of LaTeX-related files
Jul
24
comment Putting “continued…” at the bottom of the page and on the top of the next page in ConTeXt
@dreamlax: Put the "...continued" in the header as well :-)
Jul
24
comment Putting “continued…” at the bottom of the page and on the top of the next page in ConTeXt
@Metafox: That should work with layers as well, so you can position the text anywhere on the page.
Jul
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comment Putting “continued…” at the bottom of the page and on the top of the next page in ConTeXt
I meant, Is it okay ...
Jul
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comment Putting “continued…” at the bottom of the page and on the top of the next page in ConTeXt
It it okay if "continued..." appears on the page footer, so that you don't have to do step 2? It so, then a simple solution is to add achors at the beginning and end of a paragraph, check if the page numbers of the anchors is the same, and if not, add "continued..." in the footer (or any fixed location on the page using layers).
Jul
20
comment Preformatted text using ConTeXt's \startlines
@JaredKulik: Yes, I think that inbetween is mis-documented. I write a semi-regular series on ConTeXt for beginners in the TugBoat Journal. paragraph was from the answer by Metafox. For the other options ... I have a working document on Typesetting Poems, which can be done using the lines environment. I had dug out all the options as part of that article, but finishing the article is still on my To Do list.
Jul
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comment Preformatted text using ConTeXt's \startlines
@JaredKulik: See edited answer.
Jul
20
revised Preformatted text using ConTeXt's \startlines
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Jul
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comment Preformatted text using ConTeXt's \startlines
@JaredKulik: To leave the last line in the "paragraph" unjustified, you could end the paragraph with \crlf. (It should be possible to do this in an automated manner, but I'll need to search for that). I don't understand what you mean by honor empty lines as paragraph breaks.
Jul
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answered Preformatted text using ConTeXt's \startlines
Jul
19
comment ConTeXt equivalent to LaTeX's \linebreak with full justification
BTW, why do you want to do this? See the XY problem. There may be more canonical way to achieve the desired effect in ConTeXt.
Jul
19
comment ConTeXt equivalent to LaTeX's \linebreak with full justification
@egreg: IIUC, \linebreak is essentially \penalty-1000 followed by \hskip \lastskip if \lastskip > 0pt. In the LaTeX example included in the MWE above, wont \linebreak also expand to penalty -1000?
Jul
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comment ConTeXt equivalent to LaTeX's \linebreak with full justification
@JaredKulik: \break is defined in plain TeX. Like LaTeX, ConTeXt also includes many macros that are defined in plain TeX without documenting them.
Jul
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answered Strikeout all text, including enumerated lists
Jul
16
revised How to display the final value of a counter at the beginning of a document?
Originally, the question about about ConTeXt, but not it reads like a generic question. So, edited the answer to point out that it is a ConTeXt solution.
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Jul
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answered How to implement a specific head or top like this in conTeXt?