Hi,
I just want to simulate the behaviour of
\usepackage{enumerate}
...
\begin{enumerate}[(i)]
\item
\end{enumerate}
in ConTeXt. That is:
- items in (i), (ii), ....
- right indentation of items: in context items start at the same point. In
LaTeX is the item text itself who starts at the same point, not the romans.
I try:
\defineenumeration
[mylema]
[text={Lemma}, % Què es mostra
before={\blank[big]}, % abans de lema, un bigskip
after={\blank[big]}, % després de lema, un bigskip
headstyle=bold, % Negreta per la capçaleras
%between=\blank, % Entre Lemmes una línia en blanc
titledistance=.5em, % espai entre número i parèntesis.
textdistance=.5em, % espai entre ) i text
stopper={.\space}, % Com acaba. Després de parèntesis un '.'
location=serried,
width=fit, % que ocupi tot l'espai
style=italic, % estil del text
title=yes, % si puc posar o no arguments opcionals
titlestyle=bf, % estil del títol
way=bytext, % enumerar en tot el document
conversion=numbers,indenting=yes] % enumera amb arabic
%enumera els lemes per seccion
[...]
\startmylema Let $G$ be a group with a finite presentation ${\cal P} =
\langle X \mid R \rangle$. Then for all null-homotopic words $u, v$ in
${\cal P}$,
\setupitems[align=right]
\startitemize[r][left=(,right=),stopper=]
\item $\text{area}(u \cdot w) = \text{area}
(w \cdot u)$
\item $\text{area}(wuw^{-1}) = \text{area}(w)$
\item $\text{area}(u \cdot w) \leq \text{area}(u) + \text{area}(w)$
\item $\text{area}(u) = \text{area}(u^{-1})$
\stopitemize
\stopmylema
but the numbers are left-aligned and they bit the text.
Can anyone help me?
Thanks,
Xan.
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