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I am using the documentclass scrbook. To mark paragraphs I need both vertical spacing and indentation.

I know that KOMA-Script supports the option parskip or halfparskip, however, this disables the indentation. In order to get it back I declared \setlength{\parindent}{1.5em} in the preamble.

Since I am using both vertical spacing and indentation, I would like to have even smaller spacing than halfparskip. Is it possible to get an even smaller parskip than half in KOMA-Script?

  • You could use something like \setparsizes{1em}{0.25\baselineskip plus .25\baselineskip}{1em plus 1fil}. The first value is parindent, the second parskip, the third parfilskip. "half" uses 0.5 in the second argument. – Ulrike Fischer Feb 19 '14 at 12:56
  • @UlrikeFischer: Thanks, that's what I was looking for. Please make this an answer so I can accept it. – Bettina Feb 19 '14 at 13:36
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You could use something like

\setparsizes{1em}{0.25\baselineskip plus .25\baselineskip}{1em plus 1fil}. 

The first value is parindent, the second parskip, the third parfilskip. "half" uses 0.5 in the second argument.

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