Dear all, Searching the lists, I found one and I got the output what I want as following image. But, as you noticed, there is a lot spaces between "Theorem" and the start of the text. Also there is the same space between "Proof" and the start of the text. Is it normal? or Is there any method to reduce the spaces? Thank you for reading. Dalyoung %Here is the definition following Mr. Taco's method \defineenumeration[Theorem] [location=serried, headstyle=bold, text=Theorem, number=yes, after=] \definestartstop[theorem] [before=\startTheorem, after=\stopTheorem] \defineenumeration[Proof] [location=serried, headstyle=slanted, text=Proof, number=no, after=] \definestartstop[proof] [before=\startProof, after=\hfil \stopProof] ...... \startTheorem $P(n, r) = C(n,r).... \stopTheorem \startProof An ordered arrangement... \stopProof ......... %output
Dalyoung Jeong wrote:
Dear all,
Searching the lists, I found one and I got the output what I want as following image. But, as you noticed, there is a lot spaces between "Theorem" and the start of the text. Also there is the same space between "Proof" and the start of the text. Is it normal? or Is there any method to reduce the spaces?
Thank you for reading.
Dalyoung
%Here is the definition following Mr. Taco's method
\defineenumeration[Theorem] [location=serried, headstyle=bold, text=Theorem, number=yes, after=] \definestartstop[theorem] [before=\startTheorem, after=\stopTheorem]
\defineenumeration[Proof] [location=serried, headstyle=slanted, text=Proof, number=no, after=] \definestartstop[proof] [before=\startProof, after=\hfil \stopProof]
.......
\startTheorem $P(n, r) = C(n,r).... \stopTheorem \startProof An ordered arrangement... \stopProof
you can use the "width" and "distance" keys to set the spacing  Hans Hagen  PRAGMA ADE Ridderstraat 27  8061 GH Hasselt  The Netherlands tel: 038 477 53 69  fax: 038 477 53 74  www.pragmaade.com  www.pragmapod.nl 
Dalyoung Jeong wrote:
Dear all,
Searching the lists, I found one and I got the output what I want as following image. But, as you noticed, there is a lot spaces between "Theorem" and the start of the text. Also there is the same space between "Proof" and the start of the text. Is it normal? or Is there any method to reduce the spaces?
Thank you for reading.
Dalyoung
%Here is the definition following Mr. Taco's method
\defineenumeration[Theorem] [location=serried, headstyle=bold, text=Theorem, number=yes,
You probably want something like distance=4pt, Best, Taco
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