[NTG-context] chinese characters in an itemize environment

Lutz Haseloff Lutz.Haseloff at blb.brandenburg.de
Wed Sep 27 07:47:11 CEST 2006

Peter Rolf schrieb:
> Lutz Haseloff wrote:
>> Peter Rolf schrieb:
>>> just guessing (but worth a try):
>>> \setupitemgroups[inbetween=<any fixed dimen>]
>>> The default is .5ex, which depends on the current font (see end of
>>> core-itm.tex).
>>> HTH, Peter
>> \setupitemgroups[inbetween=2cm]
>> doesn't work.
>> Iterestingly an inserted \mbox makes the "error" going away:
> It also works with \hbox{} or \null in front of the chinese text only.
> So I guess you are right with your assumption, that it's a (chinese)
> font specific problem. The additional indention of the chinese text is
> only clearly visible, when you mix the languages.
> Sorry, can't help you any further. BTW: is this the correct chinese
> translation?
> Greetings, Peter
>> \startitemize[m,packed]
>> \item\mbox{}三个小矮人
>> \item\mbox{}Die drei Männlein im Walde
>> \stopitemize
>> Thats why i assume, this has to do with the chinese
>> characters, and not only with the different fonts.

is there a cleaner way as to define something like
\def\myitem{\item\null} ?




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