[NTG-context] \setupinterlinespace questions

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Sun Jan 16 12:32:27 CET 2011

Am 16.01.2011 um 11:17 schrieb Florian Wobbe:

> thanks for pointing me into the right direction. This did not work at first ether but it was my fault. I had \setupinterlinespace[big] before \setupbodyfont. This will reset the interlinespace. However, \setupinterlinespace[line=1.7em] before \setupbodyfont works.
> Still, \setupinterlinespace[big] does not change anything in the publication list.

You have to make a distinction between a absolute and a relative value for the interlinespace.

With \setupinterlinespace[line=12pt] you set a fixed value of “12pt” for the distance between lines while \setupinterlinespace[big] use these value and multiplies it by the factor “1.5”. When you place a register (e.g. your bibliography) context goes back to the fixed value for the interlinespace and the factor is ignored. When you want the bigger linedistance for your whole document change the absolute value to 4.2ex (the default value from context is 2.8 multiplied by 1.5 from big).

>> Can you make a example.
> Please see attached files. Apart from the wrong interline spacing in the references section, there is also a missing citation (ELECTRONIC: hh2010).

No idea, wait for the bib experts on the list.


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