On Monday 30 May 2005 05:20 pm, VnPenguin wrote:
> On 5/30/05, John R. Culleton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > For a particular section I wish to substitute a graphic for the
> > section header, but have the TOC entry named as usual. Is there
> > a way to say e.g.,
> > \section{foo}
> > and have foo show up in the TOC but not as a section header?
>
> Have a look at "my" thread :
>
>   http://www.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2005/010976.html

Which boils down to:
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\setuphead
    [chapter]
    [textcommand=\MyChapterTextCommand,
     numbercommand=\MyChapterNumberCommand]

\def\MyChapterNumberCommand#1{} % hide chapter number

\def\MyChapterTextCommand#1%
    {\externalfigure[(some graphic reference)]}

--------------------- 
The graphic reference was
chapter-\currentheadnumber

That almost does it. Thanks! But I want to be able to specify the graphic at
the point where the section/chapter/whatever is created. In plain pdftex there
is a facility for retrieving the last graphic added
(\pdflastximage). Does Context have an analogous command? 

Or I can just redefine  \MyChapterTextCommand at each instance. That is
more flexible than renaming graphics with chapter numbers.

I do a newsletter where the chapter called "Rainbow Bridge"
always has the same graphic, but that chapter doesn't always
occur in the same spot in the sequence.

John Culleton



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