Re: [NTG-context] \definelayout question

2005-03-03 Thread Hans Hagen
Paul Tremblay wrote: Thanks Adam for the suggestions on the wiki page. You point out that I can use \definelayout for odd and even pages. I assume I can use this command in place of \setuplayout? I had a problem using \definelayout. I found that I had to use a \setuplayout before my text, or the

Re: [NTG-context] \definelayout question

2005-03-03 Thread Adam Lindsay
Paul, I can't really address the bulk of your question (I consider myself a beginner in the art of the \layout, and am still working through some of its invocation options), but I do notice a couple things: Paul Tremblay said this at Thu, 3 Mar 2005 02:45:01 -0500: \definelayout[odd][

Re: [NTG-context] \definelayout question

2005-03-03 Thread Hans Hagen
Adam Lindsay wrote: \definelayout[odd][ header=2in, % the space for headers footer=2in, % the space for footers height=7in % the height of the body text ] This (nominally, without use of page=high or some such) leaves three inches for the body text. Unlike the right/left margin, header/footer

[NTG-context] \definelayout question

2005-03-02 Thread Paul Tremblay
Thanks Adam for the suggestions on the wiki page. You point out that I can use \definelayout for odd and even pages. I assume I can use this command in place of \setuplayout? I had a problem using \definelayout. I found that I had to use a \setuplayout before my text, or the first page would not