[NTG-context] indenting in XML environment

Christopher G D Tipper chris.tipper at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 13:54:26 CET 2006

Hi Taco,

I've found the miscreant. In my stylesheet I have
         {} {ptmr8r}
         {2.2\baselineskip} {2pt} {\baselineskip} {2}}

and in my XML I have:
\defineXMLcommand     [dropped-caps] \eDroppedCaps

and for some reason this screws up all paragraph indenting. Has this  
changed recently, because it used to work?

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On 14 Jan 2006, at 23:09, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

> I've created a test file with this appended to your definition:
> \defineXMLenvironment[p]{}{\par}
> \starttext
> \startXMLdata
> <body>
> <p>text</p>
> <p>text</p>
> <p>text</p>
> </body>
> \stopXMLdata
> \stoptext
> And it nicely indents the second and third paragraph.
> I would use
>     \noindentation }
> instead of
>     {\noindening} }
> but both possibilities work out fine here.

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