# Changes

,  22:26, 28 September 2005
m
Yup, that's good enough to remove the explanation tag. Thanks!
< [[From LaTeX to ConTeXt]]>
A subtle, page layout enhancement is to have all the text blocks be the same length on each page. If you're not typesetting on a grid, this is accomplished in LaTeX:with the <tt>\flushbottom</tt> command, and in ConTeXt with the <tt>\setupalign[line]</tt> directive. The rest of the commands in the examples below are merely to produce fake text to illustrate the effect over several pages. == LaTeX ==<pretexcode>
\documentclass{article}
\Par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\Par\Par\Par
\end{document}
</pretexcode>
== ConTeXt:==<pretexcode>
\setupalign[line]
\Par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\par\Par\Par\Par\Par\Par
\stoptext
</pretexcode[[Category:From LaTeX]]