On 07/31/2017 06:58 PM, r.erm...@hccnet.nl wrote:
> Dear Pablo,
> 
> Thank you for your insightful remarks. I tried your suggestions. As
> you predicted, the Knuth tex is processed when put here, without using
> the buffer mechanism.

Dear Robert,

it wasn’t a prediction, I tested it myself ;-).

> Yet any codes (\TeX\) are not. 
> 
> Nevertheless, I consider this a step forward. In the same way, my
> letter texts, which contain regular codes, such as \startitemize …
> \stopitemize and {\bf bold} are not processed properly.
> 
> The whole thing is much more complicated than I thought. Wolfgang
> already mentioned that the letter module is not specifically equipped
> for xml.

What I would like to know is how one can get full expansion (I
experienced your issue before in another scenario).

Or at least, I want to know why only the first level of commands is
expanded. (An \expandafter or something like that?)

> Would it be wise to perhaps follow the path set out by Thomas? In
> that case there should be a way to shift the address.

You may use layers to locate the address where you want.

Or even you may use an extra margin (it cannot be that hard).

Just in case it helps,

Pablo
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