Michael Ewe michael.ewe at arcor.de
Tue Apr 20 23:01:57 CEST 2010

Hi ConTeXt Gurus,
enclosed please find a little snippet of code:

%---snip--snip--snip---
\usetypescript[pagella]
\setupbodyfont[pagella,rm,11pt]
\definefont[FontA][Sans at 36pt]

\def\Cmd#1#2{%
\hbox{%
{\framed[frame=on,offset=none,strut=1cm]{#1}}
{\framed[frame=on,offset=none,strut=1cm]{#2}}
}
}

\starttext

\ChapterA{Test}
\Cmd{\FontA 1}{\FontA Test}
\hbox{%
{\framed[frame=on,offset=none,strut=1cm]{\FontA 1}}
{\framed[frame=on,offset=none,strut=1cm]{\FontA Test}}
}

\ChapterB{Test}
\Cmd{\FontA 1}{\FontA Test}
\hbox{%
{\framed[frame=on,offset=none,strut=1cm]{\FontA 1}}
{\framed[frame=on,offset=none,strut=1cm]{\FontA Test}}
}
\stoptext
%---snip--snip--snip---

The code defines 2 chapter headings (ChapterA, ChapterB) and my assumption is,
that the effect of setting "style=..." and "fontstyle=..., numberstyle=..."
should be the same. As an additional test I included the usage of \Cmd and a
manual copy of \Cmd in the normal text. If you run this through ConTeXt MkIV
you will see:

1 The frames in the chapter both headings are much bigger than in the normal
text.

2 The gap between the chapter number and the chapter name is different for
chapter 1 (on page 1) and chapter 2 (on page 2). The word "test" is not
aligned

3 The value of "strut" has no effect at all.

I am trying to mimic a chapter style in a book of mine, but with the result
above I am not sure about the tools to use.

Best Regards from Germany,
Michael Ewe