matweber at indiana.edu
Thu Jul 28 19:01:10 CEST 2005
In presentations, when the answer for a question always appears on the
and the next question appears two pages further down?
On Jul 28, 2005, at 11:57 AM, Elena Fraboschi wrote:
> Dear All:
> This is like going to school: every evening I study a very narrow
> topic in ConTeXt, the idea being "Si va piano, si va lontano" ("go
> slow and you'll get far"). So last night I was to study
> cross-references, and that was simple enough EXCEPT...
> I could not come up with a practical application for
> \page[+2] or \page[-2]. I understand the concept (I think):
> it is two pages ahead, or two pages back, relative to the
> current page. But could anyone tell me in what context (sorry for
> the pun) would that be used?
> I must be missing something. How could I possibly know what's
> on page "current + 2" or "current - 2" unless I compile, in which
> case the notation would be equivalent to inserting cross-references
> manually? As I said, I am missing something, but what.
> Thanks in advance, elena
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