[NTG-context] ConTeXt not defending the right margin

Pablo Rodriguez oinos at gmx.es
Mon Jun 1 08:40:42 CEST 2015


On 06/01/2015 08:11 AM, henman wrote:
> I am using "mtxrun          | ConTeXt TDS Runner Tool 1.31"
> 
> In real life I get documents that have long blank lines which are a 
> sequence of underscore characters.   I have to transcribe these into 
> ConTeXt file.  But when compiled into a pdf file the long resulting rule 
> line infringes on the right boundary.
> 
> What can I do, to get ConTeXt to maintain the boundary and display the 
> lines as intended?

You have to insert \hskip0pt between two underscores (otherwise ConTeXt
cannot know where to break the line).

Your sample should read:

\starttext

DATE:
_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_,
20_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_, at
_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt,
_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_
city_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_
\ state --------------\ country.

1. Whereas
_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_,
as the
artist(s) and
_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_\hskip0pt_
 the patrons.

\stoptext

I hope it helps,


Pablo
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http://www.ousia.tk


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