On Sat, 12 Aug 2017 20:32:17 -0400
Rik Kabel <cont...@rik.users.panix.com> wrote:
> I noticed that in bibliographies, page indexing combines runs of two
> or more pages (pp. 150–151), as does page number compression in
> registers, while it takes three or more numbered citations to cause a
> similar collapse (per the MKIV-Publications manual, page 38, I do not
> have an example) for citation number references.
> Is there a way to change such compression minimums so that they can
> be made consistent?
What seems more logical to you?
pp 150,151 or pp 150-151 - of course pp 150-152 makes perfect sense.
[2,3] or [2-3] - of course [2-4] also makes sense.
I prefer the first choices. ConTeXt registers do the second, and I do
not know what led to that choice and if Hans would like to change it
(or even make this a parameter).
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