[NTG-context] How to center floats (?) in standardmakeup?

2014-07-27 Thread Thomas Kreuzer

Hello everyone,

I am trying to create a title page with

\startstandardmakeup[align=middle]

This works alright for text, but when I am trying to insert a \framed, 
a table or an \externalfigure, those items (floats?) don't get centered.

How can I make them centered as well?

Thank you very much for your time and kind regards,
Thomas

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[NTG-context] Hyphen as separator for formulas

2013-08-10 Thread Thomas Kreuzer

Hello everyone,

I am using mkiv, and my qestion is:
Is it possible to have a hyphen instead of a dot as a separator for 
formula references?

I can achieve it by using

\definestructureseparatorset[default][][-]

but this changes all separators in my document (including section 
headers etc.). The command isn't referenced in the wiki, so I am at a 
loss if this is even possible, and how to achieve it.


And

\setupformulas[separator={-}]

seems to have no effect at all.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: [NTG-context] A thinner hrule for headers

2013-03-29 Thread Thomas Kreuzer

Am 3/24/2013 20:43, schrieb Marcin Borkowski:

If this \hrule is TeX's primitive \hrule, then you can (maybe) type
[after={\hrule height 0.4pt\relax}] for the default (and change the
height for other dimensions).

That said, this is a low-level hack and not very ConTeXt-y (even if it
works, which I don't know.)

Best,



Strangly, it DOES work for a value of 0.01pt (it looks like 0.2pt for 
framethickness), a value of 0.2pt doesn't make a noticable difference 
somehow.


This is the most convenient solution for me, but it has a weird 
aftertaste, given that I do nut understand why I have to give it such a 
low parameter.


Thank you very much,
Thomas

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Re: [NTG-context] A thinner hrule for headers

2013-03-29 Thread Thomas Kreuzer

Am 3/24/2013 20:43, schrieb Marcin Borkowski:

If this \hrule is TeX's primitive \hrule, then you can (maybe) type
[after={\hrule height 0.4pt\relax}] for the default (and change the
height for other dimensions).

That said, this is a low-level hack and not very ConTeXt-y (even if it
works, which I don't know.)

Best,



Oddly enough, it works well, but somehow I had to use 0.01pt to make it 
noticable.


regards!
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[NTG-context] A thinner hrule for headers

2013-03-24 Thread Thomas Kreuzer

Hello everyone,

I'd like to know if it is possible to get a thinner hrule in headers (mkiv).

Right now I am using

\setupheader[after=\hrule]

replacing hrule with thinrule or hairline results in space below the 
header text and the line, and the line actually spans two lines.


How can I control the thickness of the line, I remember having read 
something about using frames, but I can't find the post anymore.


Thanks in advance, and regards,
Thomas

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