Re: [NTG-context] last chapter number

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 16.01.2010 um 23:08 schrieb Andreas Harder: can you try \convertedstructurecounter[chapter][type=last] Hello Wolfgang, I tried, but it only outputs nothing visible. Sorry, my fault. Section numbering use their own system to save and get the numbers. What you can do is to save the

Re: [NTG-context] last chapter number

2010-01-17 Thread Andreas Harder
Am 17.01.2010 um 09:13 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster: Am 16.01.2010 um 23:08 schrieb Andreas Harder: can you try \convertedstructurecounter[chapter][type=last] Hello Wolfgang, I tried, but it only outputs nothing visible. Sorry, my fault. Section numbering use their own system to save

Re: [NTG-context] last chapter number

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 17.01.2010 um 13:06 schrieb Andreas Harder: Nonetheless the needed information is already present even more if one uses a table of contents … The table of contents needs two passes too but only Hans can say (or provide a command like \convertedstructurecounter for section numbers) how you

[NTG-context] itemize-margin-break joinedup

2010-01-17 Thread Hans van der Meer
The joinedup parameter in \startitemize is meant to close the gap between the list and the preceding material. The margin parameter is for horizontal movement of the list, is I understand it. However, addition of a margin to the \startitemize disables the joinedup. Is this expected

Re: [NTG-context] itemize-margin-break joinedup

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 17.01.2010 um 13:46 schrieb Hans van der Meer: The joinedup parameter in \startitemize is meant to close the gap between the list and the preceding material. The margin parameter is for horizontal movement of the list, is I understand it. However, addition of a margin to the

[NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Hans van der Meer
Risking that, like my previous question, this one too will be posed the Nth time, I nevertheless ask. Typesetting a numbered list I tried a lot of paramaters on the itemize macros, but always the code: \startitemize[][start=8] \item a \item b \item c \item d \stopitemize results in: 8. a

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Hans van der Meer
Tricked by the mail program editor! Of course I meant to accomplish (with | for the left edge): | 8. a | 9. b |10. c |11. d Hans van der Meer On 17 jan 2010, at 14:51, Hans van der Meer wrote: Risking that, like my previous question, this one too will be posed the Nth time, I

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 17.01.2010 um 15:06 schrieb Hans van der Meer: Tricked by the mail program editor! Of course I meant to accomplish (with | for the left edge): | 8. a | 9. b |10. c |11. d \startitemize[fit][start=8,itemalign=flushright] Wolfgang

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Hans van der Meer
Thanks. 'itemalign' seems absent from the original ConTeXt-manual I have in use (but that is fairly old, of course). Your code results in very tight item labels: 1.start-of-item-text I managed to get 1. start-of-item-text by using [stopper={.~}] But is there a more general way to enlarge

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 17.01.2010 um 15:28 schrieb Hans van der Meer: Thanks. 'itemalign' seems absent from the original ConTeXt-manual I have in use (but that is fairly old, of course). itemalign is a newer option (was added about 2 years ago) Your code results in very tight item labels:

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Münster
On Sun, Jan 17 2010, Hans van der Meer wrote: But is there a more general way to enlarge the item's width? Using [width=dimension] seemed no help Hello Hans, It works here: \starttext \startitemize[width=5em] \item bla \stopitemize \stoptext My version: 2010.01.15 15:49 Cheers, Peter --

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 17.01.2010 um 15:49 schrieb Peter Münster: On Sun, Jan 17 2010, Hans van der Meer wrote: But is there a more general way to enlarge the item's width? Using [width=dimension] seemed no help Hello Hans, It works here: \starttext \startitemize[width=5em] \item bla \stopitemize

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Münster
On Sun, Jan 17 2010, Wolfgang Schuster wrote: That's not the problem, what did not work is - 'itemalign=...' in combination with 'width=dimen' and - 'fit' in combination with 'distance=dimen' Bug or feature? Should we add it to the tracker? Cheers, Peter -- Contact information:

Re: [NTG-context] numbered itemize

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 17.01.2010 um 16:17 schrieb Peter Münster: On Sun, Jan 17 2010, Wolfgang Schuster wrote: That's not the problem, what did not work is - 'itemalign=...' in combination with 'width=dimen' and - 'fit' in combination with 'distance=dimen' Bug or feature? Should we add it to the

Re: [NTG-context] lost in documentation

2010-01-17 Thread Wolfgang Werners-Lucchini
Can you make a minimal example or should we waste our time to write one for you? Wolfgang Sorry, here it is: \starttext From texshow-web { \setuphead[section-3][bodypartconversion=Characters] \section{One} } but this does not work. I deleted the 's' from Characters {

[NTG-context] footnotes and naturalTABLES - Bug?

2010-01-17 Thread Bernhard Rosensteiner
Hello all, when i place a footnote in a naturalTABLE the output at the bottom is always multiplied by four per footnotemarker. In normal tables it works normal (see minimal example in attachment). Is this a bug or make i something wrong? footnotetest.tex Description: Binary data

Re: [NTG-context] \everyaftershipout isn't called for every pagebreak

2010-01-17 Thread Hans Hagen
On 16-1-2010 22:58, Andreas Schneider wrote: Wolfgang Schuster wrote: This can't work because TeX collects mote material than it needs for the current page and the same happens with the footnotes, the only thing you can do is to use two pass data Wolfgang Is there not even some event in Lua

Re: [NTG-context] \everyaftershipout isn't called for every pagebreak

2010-01-17 Thread Andreas Schneider
Hans Hagen wrote: It depends on your document. We have workflows where we can do with one pass in which case we run with --once (--runs=2 or so) Future versions of context mkiv might need one run less (in some cases) or one perceived run (which saves startup cycles) but as Wolgangs

Re: [NTG-context] footnotes and naturalTABLES - Bug?

2010-01-17 Thread Hans Hagen
On 17-1-2010 19:21, Bernhard Rosensteiner wrote: Hello all, when i place a footnote in a naturalTABLE the output at the bottom is always multiplied by four per footnotemarker. In normal tables it works normal (see minimal example in attachment). Is this a bug or make i something wrong? sort

Re: [NTG-context] \everyaftershipout isn't called for every pagebreak

2010-01-17 Thread Andreas Schneider
dealing with multipass data in mkiv is completely different from mkii and at some point there will be a proper api for users (makes no sense now as i might as well change internals along with luatex developments) in mkiv we store info in tables and much is available during a document run

Re: [NTG-context] \everyaftershipout isn't called for every pagebreak

2010-01-17 Thread Martin Schröder
2010/1/17 Andreas Schneider ak...@gmx.de: What I need would be a precise page break handling. Currently ConTeXt seems to process a whole paragraph as one object, and then breaks it down to individual pages. That leads to a problem however: This is how TeX works. :-) Best Martin

Re: [NTG-context] last chapter number

2010-01-17 Thread Hans Hagen
On 17-1-2010 13:36, Wolfgang Schuster wrote: Am 17.01.2010 um 13:06 schrieb Andreas Harder: Nonetheless the needed information is already present even more if one uses a table of contents … The table of contents needs two passes too but only Hans can say (or provide a command like

Re: [NTG-context] \everyaftershipout isn't called for every pagebreak

2010-01-17 Thread Hans Hagen
On 17-1-2010 23:13, Andreas Schneider wrote: dealing with multipass data in mkiv is completely different from mkii and at some point there will be a proper api for users (makes no sense now as i might as well change internals along with luatex developments) in mkiv we store info in tables and

Re: [NTG-context] location of /user/files?

2010-01-17 Thread paul morgan
On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 10:41 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote: On Sat, 16 Jan 2010, paul morgan wrote: Thank you again Aditya and Khaled for getting ConTeXt working here. One more question for the list: Under MacTex or TexLive, not sure which one, on my 10.4.11 system, my