Am 2012-04-27 um 20:15 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:

\usemodule[fancybreak] %
\def\Space{\fancybreak{\strut}} % i.e. just an empty line

Why so complicated, use \fancybreak without any argument and you get a blank line (unless you have set a symbol).

But I also get the same error.

I don’t really need the fancybreak module, just an interspace without indent after it. \noindent doesn’t work. How to?

A few internal command names have changed over the time and you need either a older version of the module

I thought I tried an older version, but perhaps not hard enough...

or you use this simple definition for the \Space command.


Thank you! Seems I was looking for \noindentation instead of \noindent
I can use that in other places, too.

Greetlings, Hraban
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