[NTG-context] Two interline space setup troubles

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Sun Feb 14 14:33:56 CET 2010


Am 13.02.10 20:11, schrieb Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky:
> Hello,
>
> I have some troubles with interline space setup.
>
> 1) I want whole document to have medium interline space. When I put
>
> \setupinterlinespace[medium]
>
> in the preample (before \starttext), it has no effect at all. I want 
> keep all style definitions in a separate environment module, so how to 
> make this setting 'global'?
You can't use relative interlinespacing in MkIV anymore because
\starttext resets your setting. What you can do is to set a absolute
value with \setupinterlinespace[line=18pt].
> 2) The inbetween key does not work in the following command:
>
> \definestartstop[example][style={\tfx}, before={\blank[small]}, 
> after={\blank[small]}, inbetween={\setupinterlinespace[big]}]
>
> I can write
>
> before={\blank[small]\setupinterlinespace[big]}, 
> after={\setupinterlinespace[medium]\blank[small]}
>
> but in this way I hard-code document  interlinespace (i.e., medium) in 
> this definition, and this is not elegant solution at all.
\definestartstop
   [example]
   [before={\blank[small]},
    after={\blank[small]},
    style=\tfx,
    commands={\setupinterlinespace[big]}]

Wolfgang



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