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== Description ==  
 
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== Example ==
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Revision as of 18:27, 13 April 2010

\defineparagraphs

Syntax

\defineparagraphs[...][...,...=...,...]
[...] name
n number
rule on off
height fit dimension
before command
after command
inner command
distance dimension
tolerance verystrict strict tolerant verytolerant stretch
align left right middle


Description

Example

% Source: ConText Manual ms-cb-en.pdf

% Define a paragraph environment with 3 columns. 
% Insert a blank line just before and just after the paragraph. 
\defineparagraphs 
	[mypar][n=3,before={\blank},after={\blank}] 

% The first column occupies 10% of the text's width and is rendered bold. 
\setupparagraphs [mypar][1][width=.1\textwidth,style=bold] 

% The second column occupies 40% of the text's width. 
\setupparagraphs [mypar][2][width=.4\textwidth]

% The third column uses default settings. It will occupy 
% the remaining 50% of the text's width.
 
% Set a paragraph with "mypar"

\startmypar % begin paragraph body with 1st column 
1252 

\mypar % switch to 2nd column

Hasselt obtains its city charter from bishop Hendrik van Vianden. 

\mypar % switch to 3rd column

Hendrik van Vianden was pressed by other towns not to agree 
with the charter. It took Hasselt a long period of time to 
convince the Bishop. After supporting the Bishop in a small 
war against the Drents, the charter was released. 

\stopmypar % end paragraph body 

yields


Example

% when using footnotes, you have to do the following trick
% (from Hans on mailinglist, Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 00:53:48 +0200)

\defineparagraphs[Par][n=3]
\starttext
\startPar
Text \Par and more\postponefootnotes\footnote{a footnote, that gets
  hidden...}\Par text 
\stopPar
\flushfootnotes
\stoptext

yields


See also