Re: [NTG-context] Using \setupinterlinespace with \setuparranging[XY], and more

2013-06-26 Thread Pavneet Arora
Thanks for the explanation, Wolfgang.

I am, however, getting some strange interline behaviour exhibited using
the \par approach.  In the MWE below the quoted text, which have both
approaches (\par and explicit \setinterlinespace outside the \framed)
listed, you will see with the \par approach that the text is aligned
slightly lower than middle (so not properly vertically centred), and the
spacing below the first line is larger than the subsequent lines.

Regards.

On 25Jun13, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 
 Am 21.06.2013 um 22:27 schrieb Pavneet Arora pavneet_ar...@waroc.com:
 
  3.  I cannot get interlinespacing to affect the line spacing even though
  the baselineskip variable is changed as shown in the MWE.
 
 You have to add \par at the end of each paragraph, e.g. 
 \framed{\definedfont[…]\setupinterlinespace …\par}
 
 Wolfgang

MWE:

\definepapersize
[Label]
[width=4in,height=3.33in]

\setuppapersize[Label][letter,portrait]

\setuppaper
[topspace=0.4688in,
backspace=0.1875in,
dx=0.1875in,
dy=0in,
nx=2,
ny=3]

\setuplayout
[topspace=0in,
backspace=0in,
margin=0in,
width=4in,
height=3.33in,
header=0in,
footer=0in]

\setuparranging[XY]

\setupframedtexts
[width=\textwidth,
height=\textheight,
frame=off,
location=lohi,
offset=0pt]

\setupframed
[frame=off,
width=\textwidth,
height=\textheight,
alignment=center]

\setuplayout[location=middle]

\definelayer
[Label]
[width=\paperwidth,
height=\paperheight]

\usemodule[simplefonts]
\setmainfont[schola]
\setupbodyfont[rm,48pt]
\setupinterlinespace[line=2.8ex]

\showframe

\starttext
\framed{Label 1}\page
\framed{\definedfont[Serif at 18pt]\setupinterlinespace A long description 
label that needs to be have its interline spacing adjusted.\par}\page
\setupbodyfont[rm,18pt]
\setupinterlinespace
\framed{Another long description label that seems to have proper interline 
spacing.}\page
\framed{Yet another long description label that seems to have proper interline 
spacing.}\page
Label 2\page
Label 3\page
Label 4\page
Label 5\page
Label 6\page
Label 7\page
Label 8\page
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] Using \setupinterlinespace with \setuparranging[XY], and more

2013-06-26 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 26.06.2013 um 21:25 schrieb Pavneet Arora pavneet_ar...@waroc.com:

 Thanks for the explanation, Wolfgang.
 
 I am, however, getting some strange interline behaviour exhibited using
 the \par approach.  In the MWE below the quoted text, which have both
 approaches (\par and explicit \setinterlinespace outside the \framed)
 listed, you will see with the \par approach that the text is aligned
 slightly lower than middle (so not properly vertically centred), and the
 spacing below the first line is larger than the subsequent lines.


Use the foregroundstyle key to change the font size:

  \framed[foregroundstyle={\definedfont[Serif at 18pt]}]{A long description 
label that needs to be have its interline spacing adjusted.}\page

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] Using \setupinterlinespace with \setuparranging[XY], and more

2013-06-25 Thread Pavneet Arora
By chance I found a possible, but not very satisfying, solution to the
\setupinterlinspace issue when trying to print labels using
\setuparranging[XY]. That is to explicitly set
\setupbodyfont[rm,18pt]\setupinterlinespace
once again outside the \framed directive for the specific label as in the
following MWE.

I haven't seen any answers on my other two questions from the original
post (included down below), so if anyone has any ideas, I would be most
grateful.

MWE:

\definepapersize
[Label]
[width=4in,height=3.33in]

\setuppapersize[Label][letter,portrait]

\setuppaper
[topspace=0.4688in,
backspace=0.1875in,
dx=0.1875in,
dy=0in,
nx=2,
ny=3]

\setuplayout
[topspace=0in,
backspace=0in,
margin=0in,
width=4in,
height=3.33in,
header=0in,
footer=0in]

\setuparranging[XY]

\setupframedtexts
[width=\textwidth,
height=\textheight,
alignment=center,
frame=off,
location=lohi,
alignment=center,
offset=0pt]

\setuplayout[location=middle]

\definelayer
[Label]
[width=\paperwidth,
height=\paperheight]

\usemodule[simplefonts]
\setmainfont[schola]
\setupbodyfont[rm,48pt]
\setupinterlinespace[line=2.8ex]

\showframe

\starttext
\the\baselineskip\page
\framed[frame=off,width=\textwidth,height=\textheight,aligment=center]{Label 
1}\page
\the\baselineskip\page
\framed[frame=off,width=\textwidth,height=\textheight,aligment=center]{\definedfont[Serif
 at 18pt]\setupinterlinespace \the\baselineskip\crlf A long description label 
that needs to be have its interline spacing adjusted.}\page
Label 2\page
\setupbodyfont[rm,18pt]
\setupinterlinespace
\framed[frame=off,width=\textwidth,height=\textheight,aligment=center]{ 
\the\baselineskip\crlf Another long description label that needs to be have its 
interline spacing adjusted.}\page
Label 3\page
Label 4\page
Label 5\page
Label 6\page
Label 7\page
Label 8\page
\stoptext




On 22Jun13, ntg-context-requ...@ntg.nl wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I am using Willi's MAPS 37 and the Example section from the \setuppaper 
 command:
 
 http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Command/setuppaper
 
 to print a set of labels, 2x6 configuration on U.S. Letter waterproof
 label paper.
 
 For the most part things are working well, but I have a number of questions:
 
 1.  A difference between MAPS 37 and wiki entry for \setuppaper is the
 inclusion of the following line in the later:
 
 \setuplayout[location=middle]
 
 which seems to play a significant role.  Otherwise, I cannot get the
 labels to honour the topspace and backspace specified in the setuppaper
 command.  My question is why is this significant?  What role does it
 play?  This can be tested by simply deleting the line in the MWE below.
 
 2.I would like to have every label centered, i.e.,
 \framed[alignment=center] should be set for all labels.  However,
 including it in the setupframedtexts command doesn't seem to have any
 effect as shown in the MWE down below.  Is there another way for all
 labels to inherit this alignment setting?
 
 3.  I cannot get interlinespacing to affect the line spacing even though
 the baselineskip variable is changed as shown in the MWE.
 
 advTHANKSance.
 
 

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Re: [NTG-context] Using \setupinterlinespace with \setuparranging[XY], and more

2013-06-25 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 21.06.2013 um 22:27 schrieb Pavneet Arora pavneet_ar...@waroc.com:

 Hello,
 
 I am using Willi's MAPS 37 and the Example section from the \setuppaper 
 command:
 
 http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Command/setuppaper
 
 to print a set of labels, 2x6 configuration on U.S. Letter waterproof
 label paper.
 
 For the most part things are working well, but I have a number of questions:
 
 1.  A difference between MAPS 37 and wiki entry for \setuppaper is the
 inclusion of the following line in the later:
 
 \setuplayout[location=middle]
 
 which seems to play a significant role.  Otherwise, I cannot get the
 labels to honour the topspace and backspace specified in the setuppaper
 command.  My question is why is this significant?  What role does it
 play?  This can be tested by simply deleting the line in the MWE below.

The setups acts here as a keyword to enable the topspace/backspace keys.

 2.I would like to have every label centered, i.e.,
 \framed[alignment=center] should be set for all labels.  However,
 including it in the setupframedtexts command doesn't seem to have any
 effect as shown in the MWE down below.  Is there another way for all
 labels to inherit this alignment setting?

The global settings for \framed are changed with the \setupframed command,
the \setupframedtext commands changes the values for \startframedtext.

 3.  I cannot get interlinespacing to affect the line spacing even though
 the baselineskip variable is changed as shown in the MWE.

You have to add \par at the end of each paragraph, e.g. 
\framed{\definedfont[…]\setupinterlinespace …\par}

Wolfgang
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[NTG-context] Using \setupinterlinespace with \setuparranging[XY], and more

2013-06-21 Thread Pavneet Arora
Hello,

I am using Willi's MAPS 37 and the Example section from the \setuppaper 
command:

http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Command/setuppaper

to print a set of labels, 2x6 configuration on U.S. Letter waterproof
label paper.

For the most part things are working well, but I have a number of questions:

1.  A difference between MAPS 37 and wiki entry for \setuppaper is the
inclusion of the following line in the later:

\setuplayout[location=middle]

which seems to play a significant role.  Otherwise, I cannot get the
labels to honour the topspace and backspace specified in the setuppaper
command.  My question is why is this significant?  What role does it
play?  This can be tested by simply deleting the line in the MWE below.

2.  I would like to have every label centered, i.e.,
\framed[alignment=center] should be set for all labels.  However,
including it in the setupframedtexts command doesn't seem to have any
effect as shown in the MWE down below.  Is there another way for all
labels to inherit this alignment setting?

3.  I cannot get interlinespacing to affect the line spacing even though
the baselineskip variable is changed as shown in the MWE.

advTHANKSance.


EXAMPLE:

\definepapersize
[Label]
[width=4in,height=3.33in]

\setuppapersize[Label][letter,portrait]

\setuppaper
[topspace=0.4688in,
backspace=0.1875in,
dx=0.1875in,
dy=0in,
nx=2,
ny=3]

\setuplayout
[topspace=0in,
backspace=0in,
margin=0in,
width=4in,
height=3.33in,
header=0in,
footer=0in]

\setuparranging[XY]

\setupframedtexts
[width=\textwidth,
height=\textheight,
alignment=center,
frame=off,
location=lohi,
alignment=center,
offset=0pt]

\setuplayout[location=middle]

\definelayer
[Label]
[width=\paperwidth,
height=\paperheight]

\usemodule[simplefonts]
\setmainfont[schola]
\setupbodyfont[rm,48pt]
\setupinterlinespace[line=2.8ex]

\showframe

\starttext
\the\baselineskip\page
\framed[frame=off,width=\textwidth,height=\textheight,aligment=center]{Label 
1}\page
\the\baselineskip\page
\framed[frame=off,width=\textwidth,height=\textheight,aligment=center]{\definedfont[Serif
 at 18pt]\setupinterlinespace \the\baselineskip\crlf A long description label 
that needs to be have its interline spacing adjusted.}\page
Label 2\page
Label 3\page
Label 4\page
Label 5\page
Label 6\page
Label 7\page
Label 8\page
\stoptext



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