Re: [NTG-context] formula-style alignment

2009-05-18 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 17.05.2009 um 21:23 schrieb afsmith:


Hey again, ntg-context.

I would like to align one piece of a line to the left, and another
piece of the same line to the right, sort of like numbered math
equations, except not math.
Additionally I would like to do this inside a narrowed block


\starttext

\input knuth

\startnarrower

\input knuth

\dontleavehmode\framed[width=\localhsize,align=normal]{left\hfill right}

\stopnarrower

\stoptext

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] formula-style alignment

2009-05-18 Thread afsmith
Thanks Wolfgang. That works...

Now how about inside a definition or subject header?

Here is an example. \localhsize in this case seems to resolve to a
width of 0, making the contained text break as often as it can...

\defineframed[lrframe][
width=\localhsize,
align=normal,
rulethickness=1pt]

\setuplayout[header=0pt,footer=0pt]
\definedescription[topdesc][
inbetween={\blank[none]},
headstyle={\bf},
style={\tf\rm},
location=top,
width=broad]

\define[3]\CHRONDESC
{\starttopdesc
{\dontleavehmode\lrframe{#1\hfill#2}}
\startnarrower[left]{#3}\stopnarrower
\stoptopdesc}

\definehead[mysubject][subject]
\setuphead[mysubject][style={\bf}]
\define[3]\CHRONSUB
{\mysubject{\dontleavehmode\lrframe{#1\hfill#2}}
\startnarrower[left]{#3}\stopnarrower}

\showframe[text]

\starttext

\startnarrower[left]
\dontleavehmode\lrframe[width=broad]
{leftleftleft \hfill right rightrightright}
\stopnarrower \crlf

\startnarrower[left]
\dontleavehmode\lrframe[width=\localhsize]
{leftleftleftleft\hfill right rightrightright}
\stopnarrower \crlf

\CHRONDESC
  {This happened from June 08 to June 09}
  {06/08--06/09}
  {\CHRONDESC
{This happened from June 08 to December 08}
{06/08--12/08}
{\input tufte }
  \CHRONDESC
{This happened from January 09 to June 09}
{01/09--06/09}
{\input zapf }}
\CHRONDESC
  {This happened from June 09 to July 09}
  {06/09-07/09}
  {\input knuth }
\crlf

\CHRONSUB
  {This happened from June 08 to June 09}
  {06/08--06/09}
  {\CHRONSUB
{This happened from June 08 to December 08}
{06/08--12/08}
{\input tufte }
  \CHRONSUB
{This happened from January 09 to June 09}
{01/09--06/09}
{\input zapf }}
\crlf

\stoptext



 Am 17.05.2009 um 21:23 schrieb afsmith:

  Hey again, ntg-context.
 
  I would like to align one piece of a line to the left, and another
  piece of the same line to the right, sort of like numbered math
  equations, except not math.
  Additionally I would like to do this inside a narrowed block

 \starttext

 \input knuth

 \startnarrower

 \input knuth

 \dontleavehmode\framed[width=\localhsize,align=normal]{left\hfill right}

 \stopnarrower

 \stoptext

 Wolfgang
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[NTG-context] formula-style alignment

2009-05-17 Thread afsmith
Hey again, ntg-context.

I would like to align one piece of a line to the left, and another
piece of the same line to the right, sort of like numbered math
equations, except not math.
Additionally I would like to do this inside a narrowed block


How can I do this? I have tried side-by-side-frames-inside-a-frame but
the two pieces of the line just stay clumped together. I have tried
'\startalign' and '\(left|right)aligned' to no avail. I have tried
'\hfill' but that pushes things past into/past the right margin...
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