dr. Hans van der Meer
Sat Jun 26 13:47:40 CEST 2004
I definitely see problems with the
\starttextbackground-\stoptextbackground environment (discussed in
When the textbackground falls at a page crossing -- i.e. starts at the
top of a page -- the coloring extends backwards on the page just left.
It can be remedied by putting a \null just in front of
\starttextbackground. The extra vertical space this introduces just
manages to constrain the background to its own page. However, this is
not a general solution, on other places the extra vertical space is
certainly not wanted.
I cannot find the exact nature of the problem. I suspect it has to do
with the \output-routines, but these are not my speciality, to say the
least. So, not much help there,
Also, the \starttextbackground does not respect footnotes, these are
colored. In contrast, the old \startbackground-\stopbackground does
respect footnotes. The coloring stops at the footnote and restarts at
the next page. I should like that for \starttextbackground as well.
Hans van der Meer
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