I think it could be useful to be able to "reuse" the label text setups elsewhere, too.

I have for example


in one of my documents. Why not specify this label when defining an enumeration "example":


This way I could easily use several languages in parallel with one setup. The first letter should probably be capitalized in the enumeration label...


On 11.02.2011 18:27, Hans Hagen wrote:

I uploaded a beta. New:

- Improved \textxt behaviour (for Mojca's code).
- Korean labels and index tagging (with help from Jeong Dalyoung).
- Cleaned of referencing (formats).


\definereferenceformat [PageOne] [left=(,right=),text=sometext]
\definereferenceformat [PageTwo] [label=page]
\definereferenceformat [PageThree] [label=*]
\definereferenceformat [PageFour] [label=both]







\typebuffer \startlines \getbuffer \stoplines




\typebuffer \startlines \getbuffer \stoplines


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