[NTG-context] Natural table + interlinespacing
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Wed Oct 11 17:29:01 CEST 2006
On 10/11/06, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> 2006/10/11, Mari Voipio:
> > I'd love natural tables except for one aspect that drives me crazy: How
> > do I diminish the interlinespacing in my table? That is, I want the
> > lines in the multiline cells to be closer together.
> > The overall interlinespacing is default, i.e. I haven't used
> > \setupinterlinespace in the setup of my document.
> Hi Mari,
> can you make a minimum example of your problem.
> One way to make your table smaller is to use another bodyfontsize.
> \setupTABLE[bodyfont=small] will help u.
I don't know if we're talking about the same problem, but what I hate
about natural tables as well (although I use them all the time) is
very bad spacing: horizontal offset is too narrow and vertical offset
is too big (well, it also depends on content, but in general
"\starttable/tabulate" looks much better regarding spacing).
If I want smaller table I usually do
... table ...
but that is not *the* solution. Tables still look "bad" that way. The
main problem is that there is no special parameter for "horizonal
offset" and "vertical offset" for \framed, otherwise the user could
modify that at least to some extent. I have no idea how "usual tables"
create "nice spacing".
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