Re: [NTG-context] interactionbuttons question

2008-12-17 Thread Alan STONE
How do you get the buttons within the edge's left and right margins while keeping the button width=\rightedgewidth ? \setuplayout[ rightmargin=0mm, rightedge=15mm] \showframe \def\myButtons{ \vtop { \interactionbuttons[ width=\rightedgewidth, height=20pt] [StartMovie] \blank

Re: [NTG-context] interactionbuttons question

2008-12-15 Thread Taco Hoekwater
Alan STONE wrote: Hi, Is it possible to make a column (a vertical alignment) of buttons with the interactionbuttons command ? A simple solution could be \rotate[90], but that may look silly depending on your style. Otherwise I guess you will have to do the buttons by Hand, one at a time

[NTG-context] interactionbuttons question

2008-12-13 Thread Alan STONE
Hi, Is it possible to make a column (a vertical alignment) of buttons with the interactionbuttons command ? If so, how to proceed ? button 1 button 2 ... button x -- Best, Alan * TeX engine = LuaTeX *ConTeXt minimals ver: 2008.11.10 21:40 MKIV fmt: 2008.11.21 int: english/english * Ubuntu

Re: [NTG-context] interactionbuttons

2008-09-04 Thread Hans Hagen
Alan Stone wrote: What's missing for this to work ? \definereference[GoToToC][\goto{ToC}[myToC]] \def\myButtons {\interactionbuttons[width=1cm][ GoToToC,CloseDocument]} see symb-nav.tex

Re: [NTG-context] interactionbuttons

2008-09-04 Thread Alan Stone
On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 10:12 AM, Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: see symb-nav.tex Got that Hans. Thanks. Now I'd like to assign a command to a(nother) new button. However, from what I understand from \button[...,...=...,...]{...}[ref,ref,...]

[NTG-context] interactionbuttons

2008-09-03 Thread Alan Stone
What's missing for this to work ? \definereference[GoToToC][\goto{ToC}[myToC]] \def\myButtons {\interactionbuttons[width=1cm][ GoToToC,CloseDocument]} \setupinteraction[state=start] \setupfooter[state=start] \setupfootertexts [\hfill \myButtons \hfill] %[\hfill test \hfill

Re: [NTG-context] interactionbuttons

2008-09-03 Thread Alan Stone
The correct question was what's too much to make it work... \definereference[GoToToC][myToC] The button contains the text GoToToC. How do you assign a symbol to it instead ? Thx, Alan ___ If your question is of