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|width||dimension : width of the new size|
|height||dimension : height of the new size|
|offset||dimension : FIXME what is this?|
|scale||number : scale width and height by this much|
Using this command we can define a paper size.
% Create a paper that can accomodate 2x4 squares of 52x52mm % (A9 is 37x52mm, and we're placing it both portrait and landscape) \definepapersize[sheet][width=104mm,height=156mm] % We want 2x3 pages. \setuppaper[nx=2, ny=3, dx=0mm, dy=0mm] % must come before \setuparranging! \setuparranging[XY] % Create two A9-derived paper sizes \definepapersize[standing][A9] [sheet] \definepapersize[lying] [A9,landscape][sheet] \showframe \starttext \setuppapersize[standing] Page 1: standing pages from here on. \page Page 2. \page \setuppapersize[lying] Page 3: lying pages from here on. \page Page 4. \page \adaptpapersize[standing] Page 5: adapted to standing \page Page 6: automatically back to lying \page \stoptext
- \setuppapersize to start using a defined paper size.
- \adaptpapersize to make a single page a different defined size
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