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Le 20 oct. 2015 10:32 PM, Joseph Canedo a écrit :
> Hello all,
> I am quite new to ConTeXt and I wished to know if it was possible to easily
> typeset paragraphs with non rectangle shape.
I want to typeset a series of items in the itemize-list structure. But not
numbered 1. 2. etc, but each item a separate indication, in fact in this case
years. In \startitemize \startitem .. \stopitem .. \stopitemize I am not able
to realize this and the ConTeXt Wiki on these commands didn't
The following code, a slight addition to test suite
descriptions/labels-003.tex, when using ConTeXt from 20150904 and
earlier works properly. Between that release and 20151004 something
changed, and it fails with the labels shifted to reflect the temporarily
This works only because ConTeXt has some sanity checks, so a new
\startsubsection will implicitly stop an un-stopped subsection. But
it is bad practice to count on this, for I am sure that there are some
situations where something might fail.
The \startXXX ... \stopXXX syntax is generally better
\setuplabeltext [chapter=Chapitre ] % with trailing space; blank by default
Some more text.
On Sun, 25 Oct 2015 17:32:30 +0100
"Thomas A. Schmitz"
Is that what you're looking for?
\startchapter [title=Some Title]
When you define a command, #1 is your chapter/section/whatever number,
#2 is your title.
I have an another newbie ConTeXt user question (very powerful but the learning
curve is a bit steep at least for me ). Sorry if this is documented in the
Wiki but could not find an example to do this.
I would like to have text splitted in chapters (or sections) with some title,
Yes, that’s correct. I guess command= attribute kind of replaces the “default”
processing for the head ? Because when I use it the “align = center” does not
seem to be taken in account.
Thanks a lot
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From: Thomas A. Schmitz
Sent: Sunday, October
Thanks a lot, very concise. I was wondering if the \stopchapter (or more
generally \stop) were needed ? In my document I write in some instances:
and it seems to work fine (but perhaps pure luck or is the \startsubsection