[NTG-context] hack needed (MkIV)

Steffen Wolfrum context at st.estfiles.de
Fri Aug 6 13:56:06 CEST 2010


Am 06.08.2010 um 13:18 schrieb Hans Hagen:

> On 6-8-2010 10:44, Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
> 
>> before coming to Brejlov I am just about to clean all my open threads regarding transition MkII->MkIV.
>> One thing is still unanswered - related to grid mode:
>> 
>> In MkII the example below rendered the same with or without grid mode.
>> Now in MkIV the lineskiplimit is overruled by grid mode.
> 
> forget about comparing to mkii .. a completely different mechanism and behaviour will not be mkii compatible (different kind of control)
> 
>> But as I still have to use grid, and yet have to make sure that character clashes don't disturb the consistent interlinespace, I have a problem.
> 
> in grid mode interlinespace is ignores
> 
>> Looking through spac-ver.mkiv gave me the impression that lineskip related code is quite ... precarious.
>> But maybe an unofficial hack is doable?
> 
> no hack needed
> 
> \enabletrackers[nodes.vsnapping]
> 
> \starttext % see spac-ver.mkiv: \definegridsnapping
> 
>    \switchtobodyfont[42pt] \setupinterlinespace[line=30pt]
> 
>    Big text\par written in\par three row
> 
>    \setuplayout[grid=strict] \setupinterlinespace[line=30pt]
> 
>    Big text\par written in\par three row
> 
> \stoptext
> 
> with 'yes' the line gets snapped to fit an extra line when too high (ht/dp ratio) and your first line is larger than the second and third
> (try {yes,line} so see a variant).




sorry, but this is not what is needed (see attached pdf, please)
this tight interlinespace is not possible in MkIV when grid mode is on?

Steffen

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