On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 12:17 PM, Oliver Heins <o...@sopos.org> wrote:
> According to http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/manuals/columns.pdf (page
> 16ff.) it is perfectly okay to do the way I did.
> That's what the directive btlr is for: flush from bottom to top and left
> to right.
> It's a documented feature, and it's not working properly (at least from
> what I see).  I call this a bug.

Yes can be but
I don't  mix  code from chapter Graphics with code from chapter Areas,
so until now my code has  worked as expected.
(I usually work with Area, so this is why I 've said that
1.95\textwidth is non-sense)
This works for example in mkiv and mkii ,so I suspect some not-so-good
interaction between Area and Chapter,
but I still disagree to call it a bug because typesetting in columns
is always hard in TeX, so maybe it's a feature that
you need but it's not still implemented .
Of course more examples can be usefuls in this sense.






   \dorecurse{10}{\input tufte}


   \subject{Victoria Beckham pregnant again!}

   Barack Obama is the father! Confronted with this fact, her husband
   David Beckham said\,\dots (Actually, this is a very important news the
   world should knew about!)

   \dorecurse{8}{\input tufte}



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