[dev-context] Local settings for frame borders
schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Wed May 23 15:03:18 CEST 2012
Am 23.05.2012 um 06:43 schrieb Aditya Mahajan:
> Currently it is not possible to individually set the thickness of the different borders of a frame. A typical use-case is typesetting a table row where the top frame is double the thichness of the bottom frame. Having to resort to metapost for something as simple as this is a bit annoying.
> Attached is a metapost library that defines "local" fences and allows you to set border individually. For example
> \defineframed[...][frame=off, topframe=local, topframethickness=1pt, bottomframe=local, bottomframethickness=0.5pt]
> sets the top frame to be 1pt and the bottomframe to be 0.5pt.
> Does it make sense to include this (appropriately modified) in the core? Or is it better to distribute such enhancements as a user module.
I modified your code to bring it in the same form as meta-imp-fen.mkiv. The best form of distribution is when Hans add it to the core because you can load it then with \useMPlibrary[…] in your document.
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