[NTG-context] what happened to hangaround?
Henning Hraban Ramm
texml at fiee.net
Mon Mar 24 09:43:04 CET 2014
Am 2014-03-24 um 14:11 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster <schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com>:
>> - \starthanging doesn’t accept parameters (using \setuphanging for every second picture is evil)
>> - As you can see in wiki, the picture stands on the first line of the text. This is a MkII problem, it works with MkIV.
>> - If you try several paragraphs or \startlines, then only the first paragraph flows.
> The hanging environment in MkII isn’t the same as the hanging in MkIV. The original name for the environment
> was hang around but when Hans added a few new features (e.g. to move the picture to the right side) he changed
> in MKIV the name to hanging, a command which all already existed.
Thanks for the explanation.
But is there a way to flow several paragraphs (or „lines“) around a picture?
I tried a vbox, but then the picture moves down into the following paragraph.
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