[NTG-context] Arranging pages

Willi Egger w.egger at boede.nl
Tue Apr 25 11:45:39 CEST 2006

What you can do is e.g. the following:




    Contents of A
    Contents of B

Kind regards Willi

Renaud AUBIN wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm working on my wedding's "Menu" with ConTeXt (I have started 
> ConTeXt and metafun when making my wedding invitations ;) and already 
> succeed to produce nice booklets)
> Considering two pages A and B, I would obtain:
> AB on the same page
> with setuparranging I obtain
> 0A
> B0
> with 0 an empty page
> I have "succeeded" (is it really a success !!!) to obtain
> 00
> AB
> using \page[even] and \page[yes]
> (I have to precise here that we would not to print a "booklet" for 
> practical reasons)
> It's ok if I use --pages=2
> but
> I feel frustating because I feel that it could be really simple to do 
> what I wanted, i.e.:
> AB !!!!!!!
> I know that it could be done with overlay but I assume that there is a 
> much simplier solution to this simple problem...
> Cheers
> Renaud
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