While typesetting a novel with ConTeXt I keep running into some strange problem:
Using the setup pasted below, every page has 34 lines of text. However, for an unknown reason, some pages only have 33 lines, which is not acceptable for a doublesided layout. I need the exact same number of lines for every single page of my document.
Now I am not using any graphics, tables or other fancy stuff that could affect the number and position of the lines. Actually, I am not even using sections or paragrafs, different font sizes or anything like that. It's just one monolithic block of text.
So is there any way to make ConTeXt put out pages with a constant number of lines?
My markup so far:
\definepapersize[book][width=120mm,height=190mm] \setuppapersize[book] \setuplayout[backspace=16mm,width=88mm,topspace=12mm,header=0mm,footerdistance=0mm,footer=9mm,height=168mm] \usemodule[simplefonts][size=10pt] \setmainfont[EB Garamond 12][expansion=quality,protrusion=quality] \setupalign [hanging] \starttext \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided,location=] \setupfootertexts [pagenumber] \setupinterlinespace[1.15] % A lot of Text here ... \stoptext