[NTG-context] How to get the style definitions from \chapter, \section, \subsection

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Sat Mar 19 18:25:07 CET 2011


Am 19.03.2011 um 17:21 schrieb Cecil Westerhof:

> The style of chapter is significant bigger as the style from section, but it looks like the style from section and subsection are about the same. I have a workaround with the following:
>     \setuphead[section][before={\blank[3*big] \testpage[15]}]
>     \setuphead[subsection][before={\blank[big,small] \testpage[10]},style={\bf}]
> 
> This works reasonable. But it would be better if I could find out the definitions from \section and \subsection. Then I could make a more fine-tuned solution. Is it possible to get those definitions?

\starttext

\starttabulate[|lh{\type}|lh{\type}|lh{\type}|lh{\type}|]
\NC \bf command \NC \bf before      \NC \bf after       \NC \bf style \NC\NR
\HC {\part}     \HC {\blank[2*big]} \HC {\blank[2*big]} \HC {\tfc}    \NC\NR
\HC {\chapter}  \HC {\blank[2*big]} \HC {\blank[2*big]} \HC {\tfc}    \NC\NR
\HC {\section}  \HC {\blank[2*big]} \HC {\blank}        \HC {\tfa}    \NC\NR
\stoptabulate

\stoptext

\subsection has the same values as \section because unknown values are taken
from the parent, e.g. \subsection use \section settings and \section use \chapter
values etc.

A exception to this behaviour are textstyle, textcolor, numberstyle and numbercolor
because the use only the values from style/colors keys of the own level.

Wolfgang



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