[NTG-context] One-off theorem titles

S Barmeier severinbarmeier at googlemail.com
Thu Mar 3 16:00:26 CET 2011

With the current solution, I still have the problem that the numbers of
\starttheorem and \startproclaim{Theorem} are on the (resp.) left and
right side of the text/title and I don't know how to change that.

I still find \starttheorem[text={Special Theorem}] (and that is called
key-val-input?) the more intuitive, though. Maybe it would be worth
considering to enable such inputs - it seems many other \start...
\stop... environments allow such key-val-inputs.

The annotation module looks good from afar, I just can't find it on
contextgarden nor on tlcontrib...


On 03/03/2011 11:37 PM, ntg-context-request at ntg.nl wrote:
> Enumeration don?t support key-val-input for the commands and environments
> (although it isn?t hard to add it). The both arguments are ?[reference]?
> and ?{title}?.
> Besides the already presented solution here is one which use the annotation
> module (local replacement of the enumeration text doesn?t work because
> \setupenumerations resets the counter):
> \usemodule[annotation]

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