Re: [NTG-context] Additional unnumbered pages behind a title page

2014-02-07 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 07.02.2014 um 17:32 schrieb Robert Blackstone blackstone.rob...@gmail.com:

 Dear list, 
 
 For a Thesis, doublesided, I need three unnumbered pages behind the 
 Title-page, the second of which contains only a dedication To the memory of 
 A. 
 For the Title-page I use standardmakeup but ConTeXt apparently does not like 
 me to add a second .tex-file with standardmakeup. 
 How can I manage to accomplish this in a way worthy of ConTeXt?  

Create a minimal example because context has no problem with multiple markup 
environments.

\starttext

\startmakeup[standard]
One
\stopmakeup

\startmakeup[standard]
Two
\stopmakeup

\startmakeup[standard]
Three
\stopmakeup

\stoptext

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] Additional unnumbered pages behind a title page

2014-02-07 Thread Robert Blackstone

On 7 Feb 2014, at 18:05 , Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfg...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 Am 07.02.2014 um 17:32 schrieb Robert Blackstone 
 blackstone.rob...@gmail.com:
 
 Dear list, 
 
 For a Thesis, doublesided, I need three unnumbered pages behind the 
 Title-page, the second of which contains only a dedication To the memory of 
 A. 
 For the Title-page I use standardmakeup but ConTeXt apparently does not like 
 me to add a second .tex-file with standardmakeup. 
 How can I manage to accomplish this in a way worthy of ConTeXt?  
 
 Create a minimal example because context has no problem with multiple markup 
 environments.
 
 \starttext
 
 \startmakeup[standard]
 One
 \stopmakeup
 
 \startmakeup[standard]
 Two
 \stopmakeup
 
 \startmakeup[standard]
 Three
 \stopmakeup
 
 \stoptext
 
 Wolfgang

Thanks Wolfgang, for creating this minimal example for me. It has given me 
exactly what I needed. In fact one \startmakeup[standard] - \stopmakeup-pair, 
with is dedication-text, was sufficient for my doublesided document. I did not 
know of this command and its workings.

Best regards,

Robert
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