[NTG-context] Re: good-looking tables in context
patrick at gundla.ch
Thu Mar 31 22:32:40 CEST 2005
> what exactly are you missing?
There is a good file that pretty much describes what I am missing
(perhaps haven't found in a manual - I never looked that close):
There are commands like \toprule, \midrule, \bottomrule that insert
horizontal rules with different thickness (default values, optional
ones can be added with [..] right after the command). Eckhart has sent
an example in his first post.
To get a horizontal rule from column a to column b you can (in LaTeX)
where wd is the rulethickness, trim is where to cut off a bit, and a,
b the columns. This is a very nice command that I often use.
\addlinespace addes a little space between rows.
Table preambles can be complicated... but the next one is pretty
means: to the left of the table, there should be no whitespace (i.e.
the leftmost glyph of the table should be tight to the preceding
glyph) now, there is a right aligned column, two left aligned, 22
centered columns and one type "v" and to the right there should be no
whitespace either. The column type v is defined like this
Ragged right but so that the first word can be hyphenated.
Or another columntype could be:
that would lead to rotated raggedright text in a smaller font.
I know that ConTeXt tables have a lot of features that LaTeX tables
ConTeXt wiki: http://contextgarden.net
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