Re: [NTG-context] Help with Long Titles

2012-10-21 Thread Malte Stien
Wolfgang,

Thank you. That is very close.

 Replace the line above with this block:
 

 \startframed[frame=off,align=normal,offset=none,foregroundstyle=\tfc,foregroundcolor=darkgray]
\getvariable{titlepage}{title}
\stopframed

That left-aligns it; I need to right align it. Already tried align=right and 
align=flushright, none of which worked. I am just guessing here as there does 
not seem to be any documentation available on \startframed. How can I 
right-align this?

Thank you.
Malte.


Am 19.10.2012 um 02:29 schrieb Malte Stien ma...@stien.de:

 Hello,
 
 I am using a the startsetups mechanism that defines a title page in my 
 environment file. That way anyone creating a document in my organisation can 
 create a new document and get a consistent look of the title page. There is 
 one problem with this: On occasions I get very long document titles and then 
 the title extends over the left-hand edge of the page. I would like to 
 incorporate a new line into the document title; I'd even be happy to do that 
 manually, ie. it does not have to be automatic.
 
 There are two problems here:
 1. I had not had any success with putting a newline into the title; it will 
 need to be not where the titlepage is defined but where it is used (see 
 below). I have tried \par and \\ and none of them work.
 2. Assuming I found a way to do this, I would need to also find a way of 
 reducing the \blank[170mm] by the amount that the second line of the title 
 takes up to render the information down the bottom in roughly the same place. 
 If push comes to shove, I could create a second titlepage setup for two-line 
 titles, but I much rather not. Is there a solution to that? Is there maybe a 
 way to position the information down the bottom absolute?
 
 Here is  minimal example (or something very close to that):
 
 % The title page
 \startsetups titlepage
   \startstandardmakeup[style=sans]
   \blank[50mm]
   \rightaligned{\bfd\getvariable{titlepage}{project}}
   \textrule
   \rightaligned{\tfc\color[darkgray]{\getvariable{titlepage}{title}}}

Replace the line above with this block:

   
\startframed[frame=off,align=normal,offset=none,foregroundstyle=\tfc,foregroundcolor=darkgray]
   \getvariable{titlepage}{title}
   \stopframed

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] Help with Long Titles

2012-10-21 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 21.10.2012 um 12:51 schrieb Malte Stien ma...@stien.de:

 Wolfgang,
 
 Thank you. That is very close.
 
 Replace the line above with this block:
 
   
 \startframed[frame=off,align=normal,offset=none,foregroundstyle=\tfc,foregroundcolor=darkgray]
   \getvariable{titlepage}{title}
   \stopframed
 
 That left-aligns it; I need to right align it. Already tried align=right and 
 align=flushright, none of which worked. I am just guessing here as there does 
 not seem to be any documentation available on \startframed. How can I 
 right-align this?

When I use “align=flushright” the text is right aligned but you have change to 
change also the width with “width=broad”.

\startframed … \stopframed is only a different way to write \framed{…}.

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] Help with Long Titles

2012-10-19 Thread Otared Kavian
Hi Malte,

If you say

\setvariables
[titlepage]
[set=\texsetup{titlepage},
project={Pearson},
title={\startframedtext[width=\textwidth,frame=off] This document title 
is very long, \crlf so I'd like to  break it into two lines \stopframedtext},
author={Tony Mueller},
version={Version 1.0.0}]

the title is broken where you put \crlf.
Is that what you want?

Best regards: OK

On 19 oct. 2012, at 02:29, Malte Stien ma...@stien.de wrote:

 Hello,
 
 I am using a the startsetups mechanism that defines a title page in my 
 environment file. That way anyone creating a document in my organisation can 
 create a new document and get a consistent look of the title page. There is 
 one problem with this: On occasions I get very long document titles and then 
 the title extends over the left-hand edge of the page. I would like to 
 incorporate a new line into the document title; I'd even be happy to do that 
 manually, ie. it does not have to be automatic.
 
 There are two problems here:
 1. I had not had any success with putting a newline into the title; it will 
 need to be not where the titlepage is defined but where it is used (see 
 below). I have tried \par and \\ and none of them work.
 2. Assuming I found a way to do this, I would need to also find a way of 
 reducing the \blank[170mm] by the amount that the second line of the title 
 takes up to render the information down the bottom in roughly the same place. 
 If push comes to shove, I could create a second titlepage setup for two-line 
 titles, but I much rather not. Is there a solution to that? Is there maybe a 
 way to position the information down the bottom absolute?
 
 Here is  minimal example (or something very close to that):
 
 % The title page
 \startsetups titlepage
   \startstandardmakeup[style=sans]
   \blank[50mm]
   \rightaligned{\bfd\getvariable{titlepage}{project}}
   \textrule
   \rightaligned{\tfc\color[darkgray]{\getvariable{titlepage}{title}}}
   \blank[170mm]
   \starttabulate[|plf{\tfa}|prf{\tfa}|]
   \NC\tfa\copyright\thinspace Pearson Pty Ltd  \NC
 \getvariable{titlepage}{author} \NC\NR
   \TB[small]
   \NC \color[darkgray]{Commercial in Confidence} \NC 
 \color[darkgray]{\getvariable{titlepage}{version}} \NC\NR
   \stoptabulate
   \tfx Uncontrolled copy if printed.
   \stopstandardmakeup
 \stopsetups
 
 % ...and this is how it is being used
 \starttext
 \setvariables
   [titlepage]
   [set=\texsetup{titlepage},
   project={Pearson},
   title={This document title is very long, so I'd like to \par break it 
 into two lines},
   author={Tony Mueller},
   version={Version 1.0.0}]
 \stoptext
 
 Thank you very much for all the help I have received so far.
 
 Regards,
 Malte.
 
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Re: [NTG-context] Help with Long Titles

2012-10-19 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 19.10.2012 um 02:29 schrieb Malte Stien ma...@stien.de:

 Hello,
 
 I am using a the startsetups mechanism that defines a title page in my 
 environment file. That way anyone creating a document in my organisation can 
 create a new document and get a consistent look of the title page. There is 
 one problem with this: On occasions I get very long document titles and then 
 the title extends over the left-hand edge of the page. I would like to 
 incorporate a new line into the document title; I'd even be happy to do that 
 manually, ie. it does not have to be automatic.
 
 There are two problems here:
 1. I had not had any success with putting a newline into the title; it will 
 need to be not where the titlepage is defined but where it is used (see 
 below). I have tried \par and \\ and none of them work.
 2. Assuming I found a way to do this, I would need to also find a way of 
 reducing the \blank[170mm] by the amount that the second line of the title 
 takes up to render the information down the bottom in roughly the same place. 
 If push comes to shove, I could create a second titlepage setup for two-line 
 titles, but I much rather not. Is there a solution to that? Is there maybe a 
 way to position the information down the bottom absolute?
 
 Here is  minimal example (or something very close to that):
 
 % The title page
 \startsetups titlepage
   \startstandardmakeup[style=sans]
   \blank[50mm]
   \rightaligned{\bfd\getvariable{titlepage}{project}}
   \textrule
   \rightaligned{\tfc\color[darkgray]{\getvariable{titlepage}{title}}}

Replace the line above with this block:


\startframed[frame=off,align=normal,offset=none,foregroundstyle=\tfc,foregroundcolor=darkgray]
\getvariable{titlepage}{title}
\stopframed

Wolfgang

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[NTG-context] Help with Long Titles

2012-10-18 Thread Malte Stien
Hello,

I am using a the startsetups mechanism that defines a title page in my 
environment file. That way anyone creating a document in my organisation can 
create a new document and get a consistent look of the title page. There is one 
problem with this: On occasions I get very long document titles and then the 
title extends over the left-hand edge of the page. I would like to incorporate 
a new line into the document title; I'd even be happy to do that manually, ie. 
it does not have to be automatic.

There are two problems here:
1. I had not had any success with putting a newline into the title; it will 
need to be not where the titlepage is defined but where it is used (see below). 
I have tried \par and \\ and none of them work.
2. Assuming I found a way to do this, I would need to also find a way of 
reducing the \blank[170mm] by the amount that the second line of the title 
takes up to render the information down the bottom in roughly the same place. 
If push comes to shove, I could create a second titlepage setup for two-line 
titles, but I much rather not. Is there a solution to that? Is there maybe a 
way to position the information down the bottom absolute?

Here is  minimal example (or something very close to that):

% The title page
\startsetups titlepage
\startstandardmakeup[style=sans]
\blank[50mm]
\rightaligned{\bfd\getvariable{titlepage}{project}}
\textrule
\rightaligned{\tfc\color[darkgray]{\getvariable{titlepage}{title}}}
\blank[170mm]
\starttabulate[|plf{\tfa}|prf{\tfa}|]
\NC\tfa\copyright\thinspace Pearson Pty Ltd  \NC
\getvariable{titlepage}{author} \NC\NR
\TB[small]
\NC \color[darkgray]{Commercial in Confidence} \NC 
\color[darkgray]{\getvariable{titlepage}{version}} \NC\NR
\stoptabulate
\tfx Uncontrolled copy if printed.
\stopstandardmakeup
\stopsetups

% ...and this is how it is being used
\starttext
\setvariables
[titlepage]
[set=\texsetup{titlepage},
project={Pearson},
title={This document title is very long, so I'd like to \par break it 
into two lines},
author={Tony Mueller},
version={Version 1.0.0}]
\stoptext

Thank you very much for all the help I have received so far.

Regards,
Malte.

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