Hi Patrick,
This is how my toc appears:
Part 1 first part 11
(1) Chapter one 12 (2) Chapter two 13 (3) Chapter three 14
(4) Chapter four 15 (5) Chapter five 16
Part 2 second part 21
(1) Chapter one 22 (2) Chapter two 23 (3) Chapter three 24
(4) Chapter four 25 (5) Chapter five 26
Part 3 Third part 31
(1) Chapter one 32 (2) Chapter two 33 (3) Chapter three 34
(4) Chapter four 35 (5) Chapter five 36
I want to control the distance for instance in the second and third line to
the right margin (This means chapters indeed = Line5,6,8,9 too). This could
result in the fact that my chapters will appear on 3 lines instead of 2
here.

To my knowledge there is no parameter such as distance to change this.
Here distance changes only the distance between chapter elements for
instance: the element (1) Chapter one 12 and the element Chapter two 13
(3). This how alternative d works (with elements).

This is how the result i want could be:
Part 1 first part11
(1) Chapter one 12 (2) Chapter two 13 (3) Chapter
three 14 (4) Chapter four 15 (5) Chapter five 16
Part 2 second part   21
(1) Chapter one 22 (2) Chapter two 23 (3) Chapter
three 24 (4) Chapter four 25 (5) Chapter five 26
Part 3 Third part  31
(1) Chapter one 32 (2) Chapter two 33 (3) Chapter
three 34 (4) Chapter four 35 (5) Chapter five 36
Thanks.
Dirar.
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Dirar BOUGATEF wrote:
Hi Patrick,
This is how my toc appears:
Part 1 first part 11
(1) Chapter one 12 (2) Chapter two 13 (3) Chapter three 14
(4) Chapter four 15 (5) Chapter five 16
Part 2 second part 21
(1) Chapter one 22 (2) Chapter two 23 (3) Chapter three 24
(4) Chapter four 25 (5) Chapter five 26
Part 3 Third part 31
(1) Chapter one 32 (2) Chapter two 33 (3) Chapter three 34
(4) Chapter four 35 (5) Chapter five 36
I want to control the distance for instance in the second and third line
to the right margin (This means chapters indeed = Line5,6,8,9 too).
This could result in the fact that my chapters will appear on 3 lines

To my knowledge there is no parameter such as distance to change this.
Here distance changes only the distance between chapter elements for
instance: the element (1) Chapter one 12 and the element Chapter two
13 (3). This how alternative d works (with elements).

This is how the result i want could be:
Part 1 first part
11
(1) Chapter one 12 (2) Chapter two 13 (3) Chapter
three 14 (4) Chapter four 15 (5) Chapter five 16
Part 2 second part   21
(1) Chapter one 22 (2) Chapter two 23 (3) Chapter
three 24 (4) Chapter four 25 (5) Chapter five 26
Part 3 Third part  31
(1) Chapter one 32 (2) Chapter two 33 (3) Chapter
three 34 (4) Chapter four 35 (5) Chapter five 36
An option is to use the narrower mechanism; unfortunately abc placement does not
listen that so we need a patch (not sure if this is not breaking other things).

% this goes into core-sec or cont-new
\unprotect
\def\dodofixdlijstelementABC#1#2#3#4#5#6% weeden
{\endgraf
\leftskip\getvalue{\??li#1\c!margin}% na de \endgraf !
\getvalue{\??li#1\c!before}%
\!!widthc\getvalue{\??li#1\c!distance}%
\doifelsevalue{\??li#1\c!width}\v!fit
{\!!widtha\zeropoint}
{\doifelsenothing{#3}
{\doifelsevalue{\??li#1\c!aligntitle}\v!yes
{\!!widtha\zeropoint
\!!widthc\zeropoint}
{\!!widtha\getvalue{\??li#1\c!width}}}
{\!!widtha\getvalue{\??li#1\c!width}}}%
\getvalue{\??li\c!alternative\getvalue{\??li#1\c!alternative}}%
\endgraf
\def\makelijstelement##1##2%
{\doifelsevalue{\??li#1\c!interaction}{##1}
{\setbox0\hbox{\showcontrastlocation\??ia{#6}{##2}}%
{\hbox{##2}}}%
\doifvalue{\??li#1\c!interaction}\v!text % not supported
{\setlistparameter{#1}\c!interaction\v!all}%
%\makelijstelement\v!all
%  {\hbox to \hsize
\makelijstelement\v!all
{\setlocalhsize \hsize\localhsize \hbox to \hsize
{\forgetall
\dostartattributes{\??li#1}\c!style\c!color\empty
\!!widthb\hsize
\setbox2\hbox \ifdim\!!widtha\zeropoint to \!!widtha \fi
{\makelijstelement\v!sectionnumber
{\dolistattributes{#1}\c!numberstyle\c!numbercolor
{\getvalue{\??li#1\c!numbercommand}{\currentlistsymbol}}%
\hfill}}%
\setbox4\hbox
{\doifvalue{\??li#1\c!pagenumber}\v!yes
{\doifsomething{#5}% \lijstwidth is new ; temp hack
{\hbox \ifdim\lijstwidth\zeropoint to \lijstwidth\fi
{\hfill
\makelijstelement\v!pagenumber
{\dolistattributes{#1}\c!pagestyle\c!pagecolor
{\getvalue{\??li#1\c!pagecommand}%
{\pageprefix\??li#1[#5]%
\translatednumber[#5]}}}%
\vbox
{\hsize\!!widthb
\setupalign[\getvalue{\??li#1\c!align}]%
\ifdim\!!widtha\hsize
\hangindent=\wd2
\dimen2=\!!widthc % \getvalue{\??li#1\c!distance}%
\hangafter=1
\doifvalue{\??li#1\c!hang}\v!no{\hangafter\zerocount}%
\ifdim\wd4=\zeropoint % \ifvoid4
% we kunnen gewoon afbreken aan het eind
\else
\ifdim\lijstskip\zeropoint\relax
\rightskip=\lijstskip\!!plus10em\relax
\parfillskip=-\rightskip
\fi
\fi
\else
\dimen2\zeropoint
\fi
\parindent\zeropoint\relax
\leavevmode
\box2\relax
\hskip\dimen2
\bgroup
\dolistattributes{#1}\c!textstyle\c!textcolor
{\let\\=\newlineinlist
\dontconvertfont
%\getvalue{\??li#1\c!textcommand}{#4}}%
\limitatedlistentry{#1}{#4}}%
%\carryoverpar % new otherwise wrong linespacing
\egroup
\ifdim\wd4=\zeropoint\relax % \ifvoid4
% \ifdim\!!widtha\hsize \hfill\strut \fi % spoils align
\else


Wha
Thanks a lot to you all.
Hans,
I have tried:
\startnarrower[4*right] \placecontent \stopnarrower \blank[4*big]
This is exactly what i meant.
Unfortunately, there is a problem, which is in my opinion not related to
TOC, but to Tex (or Context, you'll be able to tell).

i get a result like this:
Part 1 First part 11
(1) Chapter one 12 (2) Chapter two 13 (3) Chapter
^^
three 14 (4) Chapter four 15 (5) Chapter
five 16
Part 2 Second part 21
(1) Chapter one 22 (2) Chapter two 23 (3)
Chapter
three 24 (4) Chapter four 25 (5) Chapter
five 26
Part 3 Third part 31
(1) Chapter one 32 (2) Chapter two 33 (3)
Chapter
three 34 (4) Chapter four 35 (5) Chapter
five 36
Why does Context cut all the lines at the right place, and not that second
one ?

I got the same error the other day when i was writing a letter.
I had all the paragraphs aligned to the right at the same distance, but the
last line of my document  didnt align with them, and i got a text like this:

ks dsdjkl fq sqfl  sdlkj f dsld sfjds
s ds sdjklf gfi lkdsjf ig lkdsjf oi fls
sjfskl id fsdl sdi  dsjfu fjs fl lùgdd
ks dsdjkl fq sqfl  sdlkj f dsld sfjds
s ds sdjklf gfi lkdsjf ig lkdsjf oi fls
sjfskl id fsdl sdi  dsjfu fjs fl lùgdd
ks dsdjkl fq sqfl  sdlkj f dsld sfjds
s ds sdjklf gfi lkdsjf ig lkdsjf oi fls
sjfskl id fsdl sdi  dsjfu fjs fl lùgdd
sdksjf dsjklf ds fsdkl fs fkldsf dj dslf dsjk fd.
How can i control this ?
Dirar.
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### [NTG-context] Black generation in cmyk output

Hello,

I was wondering if it is possible to influence the level of black
component generation in cmyk ConTeXt output?

Piotr

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### Re: [NTG-context] Black generation in cmyk output

Hi,
Piotr Kopszak wrote:
Hello,

I was wondering if it is possible to influence the level of black
component generation in cmyk ConTeXt output?
In the automatic conversion of metapost you mean? Well, you can turn black
generation on (\setupcolors[reduce=no]) or turn it off ([reduce=yes]) ...

There is no way to control the *amount* of black generation, but you
can of course define your own CMYK colors with an appropriate K component.
I hope I understood your question correctly.
Greetings, Taco

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### Re: [NTG-context] m-bib, \cite and no year?

Taco Hoekwater wrote:
In authoryear styles, year entries are usually required, so I am going to
keep this as it is now. You can either use \cite[author] for this case, or
you could build your own \cite command, in a similar way to Tobias' answer:
Sorry for bothering you that much.  I'm now using \cite[author], yet
there is one place I can't solve that way, which is cross references:
@Article{dominus04,
author = 	 {Mark Jason Dominus},
title = 	 {Slide Rule},
journal = 	 {Wikipedia},
year = 	 2004,
crossref = {Wikipedia},
month = 	 May,
note =
{\gotoURL{http://en.wikipedia.org/w/wiki.phtml?title=Slide_ruleoldid=3849585}}
}

@Misc{Wikipedia,
key =  {Wikipedia},
title ={Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia},
howpublished = {\gotoURL{http://wikipedia.com}}
}
Not that I plan to use really many wikipedia entries, but the problem
as such seems to exist.  (I am not sure about using @Article here, but
that's another topic.)
As an aside, there is another problem: The
entry cross-referenced to does not appear  this seems to be a general
problem with cross-references.  I'm using \completepublications, but the
same happens with \placepublications.  (I haven't managed to get the
list sorted by author, either.)
Another thing I stumbled upon:  Using \type{whatever} in a BibTeX entry
does not work: whatever is simply ignored.  (It is intact in the .bbl
file, as in

\startpublication[k=Kulpa,t=misc,
a={Kulpa},y=2004,
n=40,s=Kul04]
\author[]{Zenon}[Z.]{}{Kulpa}
\pubyear{2004}
\month{6}
\pubname{{message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on the
mailing
list [EMAIL PROTECTED]
\stoppublication

where I'm using \type because of the _.)
Finally, the entry
\startpublication[k=abramowitz,t=book,
a={Abramowitz and Stegun},y=1972,
n=30,s=AS72]
\editor[]{Milton}[M.]{}{Abramowitz}
\editor[]{Irene~A.}[I.~A.]{}{Stegun}
\pubyear{1972}
\title{{Handbook of Mathematical Functions}}
\pubname{Dover Publications}
\edition{ninth}
\stoppublication
is indented by about one interword space relative to the entries not
using \editor.  Which commands do the actual typesetting of the list
entries?  I only got to \@@pbt and was lost ...

regards,
Christopher Creutzig
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### [NTG-context] Tex Live 2004 + context


Today I was about to install TeX Live 2003, to then install Context lastest
release. But I found that Tex Live 2004 was released the 27th (3 days ago).
I notice the texmf directory structure has been changed in 2004. What do you guys recommend? 2003+context? Or is the latest context installation compatible

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### [NTG-context] Re: Tex Live 2004 + context

Hi,

Today I was about to install TeX Live 2003, to then install Context
lastest release. But I found that Tex Live 2004 was released the
27th (3 days ago). I notice the texmf directory structure has been
changed in 2004. What do you guys recommend? 2003+context? Or is the
latest context installation compatible with the new TeXLive2004

I'd say: new ConTeXt = new TeX distribution, old ConTeXt = old TeX
distribution.

What operating system are you using?

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### Re: [NTG-context] Re: Tex Live 2004 + context

I am using linux Fedora Core 3. It came witha *very* old tex installation with
context version 2003. If I understand your advice, I should use texlive2003
and thelatest context from lastweek upload in pragma?
thank youPatrick Gundlach [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hi, Today I was about to install TeX Live 2003, to then install Context lastest release. But I found that Tex Live 2004 was released the 27th (3 days ago). I notice the texmf directory structure has been changed in 2004. What do you guys recommend? 2003+context? Or is the latest context installation compatible with the new TeXLive2004 texmf directory? Please advise.I'd say: new ConTeXt = new TeX distribution, old ConTeXt = old TeXdistribution.What operating system are you using?See also in the wiki: http://contextgarden.net/Update_HintsPatrick-- ConTeXt wiki: http://contextgarden.net___ntg-context mailing list[EMAIL PROTECTED]http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context==Ciro
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### [NTG-context] Re: Tex Live 2004 + context

Hello Ciro,

I am using linux Fedora Core 3. It came with a *very* old tex installation
with
context version 2003. If I understand your advice, I should use texlive2003
and the latest context from last week upload in pragma?

No, something more recent then texlive 2003. Perhaps texlive 2004 (out
already?) or a current tetex beta. That is what I use at
contextgarden.net

thank you

You're welcome.

Patrick

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