[NTG-context] underbar to space

2009-05-17 Thread Xan

Hi,

I just want to do \underbar{\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \  \ } for doing 
something like: __ . When I do that ConTeXt does not 
underbar me the spaces. The same applies for \underbar{\space \space 
\space }


How can I get that \underbar underbars the spaces even?

Thanks in advance,
Xan.

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Re: [NTG-context] underbar to space

2009-05-17 Thread Peter Münster
On Sun, 17 May 2009, Xan wrote:

 I just want to do \underbar{\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \  \ } for doing something
 like: __ . When I do that ConTeXt does not underbar me the
 spaces. The same applies for \underbar{\space \space \space }
 
 How can I get that \underbar underbars the spaces even?

\starttext
\underbar{\dorecurse{50}~}
\stoptext

Cheers, Peter

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[NTG-context] formula-style alignment

2009-05-17 Thread afsmith
Hey again, ntg-context.

I would like to align one piece of a line to the left, and another
piece of the same line to the right, sort of like numbered math
equations, except not math.
Additionally I would like to do this inside a narrowed block


How can I do this? I have tried side-by-side-frames-inside-a-frame but
the two pieces of the line just stay clumped together. I have tried
'\startalign' and '\(left|right)aligned' to no avail. I have tried
'\hfill' but that pushes things past into/past the right margin...
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[NTG-context] columns(ets) and itemize[columns]

2009-05-17 Thread Alan BRASLAU
Hello,

I just completed a big project making heavy use of columnset, columnsetspan 
and paragraphs. Very powerful!

Two questions, first:
What is the real difference between columns and columnset?
I am a bit confused* about their coexistence. Is this purposeful or necessary 
(or is it simply historical)? Is \startcolumns simply an unnamed, default 
columnset?

(*and the wiki page needs to be clarified...)

Second question, maybe a bug?
\startitemize[columns] does not interact well:
I suspect that it could or should use paragraphs internally rather than 
columns so as to work within a column(set).

Minimal example:

\starttext

\startitemize[columns] \item first \item second \item third \stopitemize

\startcolumns[n=2]

\startitemize[columns] \item forth \item fifth \item sixth \stopitemize

\column

\startitemize[columns] \item seventh \item eighth \item nineth \stopitemize

\stopcolumns

\stoptext

Gives something like:

•_first_•_third
•_second

•_forth•_seventh
•_fifth_•_eighth
•_sixth•_nineth

Whereas I was expecting:

•_first_•_third
•_second

•_forth__•_sixth___•_seventh_•_nineth
•_fifth_•_eighth

Alan

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