I'd like to add some area for readers to write in the margins of some text. This would leave three lines, like this to the right of the text.
__________________ The passage would take up about the left 60% of the text and the margin note space about 30% of textwidth, so no need to use the margins. Though its easy for me to implement this code using some \thinrules and manually dropping macros in the text, is there some way ConTeXt can be told to just add them to right of every paragraph (at the start of the paragraph)? Sample: This is some text ________ that is written in ________ the passage and ________you can see the th-ree lines to the right.The text in the para-graph continues eventhough there arejust three lines tothe right. Here is another par- ________agraph. ________ ________ Here is yet another ________paragraph. You can ________see it also has the ________three liens. This is just for a segment of the book, not every paragraph in the book. --Joel
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