Re: [NTG-context] Setting structureuservariable

2013-10-21 Thread Peter M√ľnster
On Mon, Jan 16 2012, Hans Hagen wrote: 2. Is there a way to provide a default value for a structureuservariable? I'd like to set a reference number based on a global counter if the user doesn't supply their own. Currently not ... but I can add it. Have you added it? If yes, how can we use

Re: [NTG-context] Setting structureuservariable

2013-10-21 Thread Hans Hagen
On 10/21/2013 7:58 AM, Peter M√ľnster wrote: On Mon, Jan 16 2012, Hans Hagen wrote: 2. Is there a way to provide a default value for a structureuservariable? I'd like to set a reference number based on a global counter if the user doesn't supply their own. Currently not ... but I can add it.

[NTG-context] Setting structureuservariable

2012-01-16 Thread Felix Ingram
Hello all, I've discovered the magic of structureuservariabl and have therefore converted all my headings to use the start/stop syntax. It's raised a few quick questions though: 1. Is \startchapter \stopchapter etc the proper way to do things from now on? Or is it really just up to the user? 2.

Re: [NTG-context] Setting structureuservariable

2012-01-16 Thread Hans Hagen
On 16-1-2012 12:39, Felix Ingram wrote: Hello all, I've discovered the magic of structureuservariabl and have therefore converted all my headings to use the start/stop syntax. It's raised a few quick questions though: 1. Is \startchapter \stopchapter etc the proper way to do things from now

Re: [NTG-context] Setting structureuservariable

2012-01-16 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 16.01.2012 um 12:39 schrieb Felix Ingram: Hello all, I've discovered the magic of structureuservariabl and have therefore converted all my headings to use the start/stop syntax. It's raised a few quick questions though: 1. Is \startchapter \stopchapter etc the proper way to do things

Re: [NTG-context] Setting structureuservariable

2012-01-16 Thread Felix Ingram
2. Is there a way to provide a default value for a structureuservariable? I'd like to set a reference number based on a global counter if the user doesn't supply their own. Currently not ... but I can add it. I'm assuming I could poke a value in using Lua. Would be nice to have but not a big