Back on grid after displayed math
Hi! Im curious how to get back to the grid after a displayed formula? I try \setuplayout[grid=yes] \showgrid \setupformulas[align=middle] \starttext \input knuth \startformula a^2+b^2=c^2 \stopformula \input knuth \stoptext (where the \setupformulas[align=middle] was suggested in a comment at http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/254815/gridonalignedequationsinc... , but that makes no difference) but that does not work (result attached). Would it be easier if there were also an option saying how many lines the equation should take? Say, \startformula[lines=3] a^2+b^2=c^2 \stopformula and then centering the formula (or having options for that) vertically over the three lines? Maybe that is a not a good idea for some reason... /Mikael
On Sun, Aug 21, 2016 at 10:15 PM, Mikael P. Sundqvist
Hi!
Im curious how to get back to the grid after a displayed formula? I try
\setuplayout[grid=yes] \showgrid
\setupformulas[align=middle]
\starttext \input knuth
\startformula a^2+b^2=c^2 \stopformula
\input knuth \stoptext
(where the \setupformulas[align=middle] was suggested in a comment at http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/254815/gridonalignedequationsinc... , but that makes no difference)
but that does not work (result attached).
Would it be easier if there were also an option saying how many lines the equation should take? Say,
\startformula[lines=3] a^2+b^2=c^2 \stopformula
and then centering the formula (or having options for that) vertically over the three lines? Maybe that is a not a good idea for some reason...
/Mikael
Dear list, I hope it is OK that I answer an old thread. I have tried out grids and columns, and settled for the mixed columns. I finally found out that \setupformulas[ grid=min, ] seems to be the trick to get displayed formulas in good place when there is a grid, and to get back on the grid correctly afterwards. I just thought someone else might have use of this. I attach an example. I am aware of that some formulas won't show up perfectly fine, but then one could just define a specific formula environment for those. Cheers, Mikael
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Mikael P. Sundqvist