Re: [NTG-context] Indents, enumerations, and modes (mk2+mk4)

2010-06-02 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Wed, 2 Jun 2010, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 02.06.10 00:14, schrieb Matthias Weber:

 Dear all,

 I have two questions regarding using spacing in enumerations. Depending on
 a mode being enabled, I would like to add a command at the beginning of
 an enumeration (I want to place something in the margin, but it doesn't
 actually matter what I do, only when).
 As shown in the minimal example below, invoking the macro that does
 something, a little extra space is added.
 I don't know why, it is probably something very TeX-basic I am ignorant
 of. So: How do I get rid of the extra space?
 The problem occurs both in mk2 and mk4, I would prefer a solution that
 also works in mk2.

 Thanks!


 Matthias



 \def\mma{
 \startmode[mma]
 {}
 \stopmode
 }


\def\mma
  {\startmode[mma]% not sure here
   ...%
   \stopmode}


or maybe

\def\mma{\doifmode{mma}{}}

or perhaps

\def\mma{}%default

% override the definition in a mode
\startmode[mma]
\def\mma{in mode mma}
\stopmode


or use setups


Aditya
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Re: [NTG-context] Indents, enumerations, and modes (mk2+mk4)

2010-06-01 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 02.06.10 00:14, schrieb Matthias Weber:

Dear all,

I have two questions regarding using spacing in enumerations. 
Depending on a mode being enabled, I would like to add a command at 
the beginning of
an enumeration (I want to place something in the margin, but it 
doesn't actually matter what I do, only when).
 As shown in the minimal example below, invoking the macro that does 
something, a little extra space is added.
I don't know why, it is probably something very TeX-basic I am 
ignorant of. So: How do I get rid of the extra space?
The problem occurs both in mk2 and mk4, I would prefer a solution that 
also works in mk2.


Thanks!


Matthias



\def\mma{
\startmode[mma]
{}
\stopmode
}


\def\mma
  {\startmode[mma]% not sure here
   ...%
   \stopmode}

or use setups

\startsetups[mma]
\startmode[mma]
...
\stopmode
\stopsetups

\startexample
\setups[mma]
\stopexample

Wolfgang

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