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* {{cmd|startTEXpage}} — a page just large enough to fit its contents: containing TeX
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* {{cmd|startpagefigure}} — a page just large enough to fit its contents: containing a figure, possibly with some text underneath
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* {{cmd|startMPpage}} — a page just large enough to fit its contents: containing MetaPost
 
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Latest revision as of 16:12, 12 November 2019

\startTEXpage

Syntax (autogenerated)

\startTEXpage[...=...,...] ... \stopTEXpage
instance of \startfittingpage


Syntax

\startTEXpage
\startTEXpage[...=...]
strut no yes global local
align normal flushleft flushright middle normal high low lohi
offset none overlay dimension
width fit dimension
height fit dimension
frame on off

Description

Start a page that fits its contents exactly. Or has some extra space around the edges, if you specify offset.

Example

\showframe
\startTEXpage
asdf
\stopTEXpage

\showframe
\startTEXpage[offset=10pt]
asdf
\stopTEXpage

\setuppapersize[A10, landscape]
\showframe[]
\starttext
asdf
\stoptext

See also

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