[NTG-context] Problem with framed text.

Aditya Mahajan adityam at umich.edu
Sat Feb 21 20:16:31 CET 2015


> On Feb 21, 2015, at 12:35 PM, John Culleton <John at wexfordpress.com> wrote:
> 
> In several palces I want to set up framed text
> with a gray background and rounded corners. Here
> is my \setupframed description:
> 
> \setupframed[
> framecorner=round,
> frameradius=0.1,
> background=screen,
> backgroundscreen=0.70,
> backgroundcorner=round,
> backgroundradius=0.1,
> corner=round,
> radius=0.1
> ]

There should be a comma after 0.1.

> --------------------
> And here is my first framed text:
> --------------------------
> \startframedtext[middle] 
> \centerline{A Vision Example}
> \QQ{[In the year 20xx], our
> company is internationally recognized as the
> premier supplier of [your food products]. We
> regularly exceed customer expectations by
> providing innovative and valuable [your food
> products] .} 
> \stopframedtext
> ------------------------------------
> The hangup seems to be the rounded corners. 
> I am using texlive 2014. 
> 
> BTW the macro QQ is my shorthand for \quotation
> which is much to long IMO. But I am American and
> use double quotes a lot.
> \def\QQ#1{\quotation{#1}}
> That is not the problem. Everything works until
> I try to use rounded corners. The customer had
> them on the last edition of the book, probably
> done with MSWord (!) 

It is helpful if you post a complete MWE.

Aditya 


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