Command/setupenumerations

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\setupenumerations

Syntax (autogenerated)

\setupenumerations[...,...][...=...,...]
[...,...]name
...=...,...inherits from \setupenumeration


Syntax

\setupenumerations[...,...,...][...,...=...,...]
[...,...,...] name of an enumeration (defined with \defineenumeration)
[...,...=...,...] see \setupdescriptions


Description

Set up the appearance and behaviour of an enumeration. Enumeration environments are actually special description environments, so the keys are described at \setupdescriptions.

Example

\defineenumeration[Potato]

\Potato 
One potato

\setupenumerations[Potato][location=left]
% In mkiv one would use `alternative=left`.

\Potato 
Two potato

This gives:

The before and after keys control the spacing around enumerations. It you want to achieve something similar to the itemize-option "packed" then use: (MKIV example)

\defineenumeration[Packed]

\setupenumerations
   [Packed]
   [text=,
    headstyle=normal,
    alternative=left,
    distance=0pt,
    width=13pt,
    stopper=\high{o},
    before={\blank[small]},
    after={\blank[small]},
    inbetween=]


\Packed
   First issue

\Packed
   Second issue

This gives:

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