The idea is: 

To use an alternative interwordspace/-stretch/-shrink
in certain situations (TOC, quote environments etc.)
and afterwards let it switch back to normal again.

Who can this be achieved?

Steffen



Am 11.03.2011 um 12:55 schrieb Steffen Wolfrum:

> Here is an even more absurd example:
> 
> 
> \starttext
> 
>    \interwordspace  =40.70pt
> 
> wide: test\footnote{note note} test test.
> %Big Space
> 
>    \interwordspace  =2.70pt
> 
> 
> wide: test\footnote{note note} test test.
> %Big Space
> 
>    \interwordspace  =40.70pt
> 
> test test\footnote{note note} test test.
> %Big Space
> 
> \stoptext
> 
> 
> 
> As long as the three lines contain footnotes the interwordspace is changed 
> correctly.
> But comment these lines and uncomment the "Big Space" lines instead ... the 
> interwordspace is not set a second time!!!
> 
> 
> Bug or magic?
> 
> Steffen
> 
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