[NTG-context] Numbering subformulas
schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Thu Aug 6 12:07:18 CEST 2015
> Procházka Lukáš Ing. - Pontex s. r. o. <mailto:LPr at pontex.cz>
> 6. August 2015 11:32
> Hello Wolfgang,
> thank you for the patch (not in today's beta); I also attach the
> modified strc-mat.mkiv and a test file.
> Two questions:
> What exactly are
> %\startsubformulas[+] % These two options for \subformulas
> %\startsubformulas[mylabel] % enable subnumbers for the formulas
> intended for?
> The simple "\startsubformulas[eq:b]" meets my needs (subformulas are
> sub-numbered) and I can't see any difference to "\startsubformulas[+]".
When you write \startsubformulas[-] the numbers for the formulas aren't
displayed in the output but the counter is still increased. I guess
\startsubformulas[+] is just there for completeness sake because there
are other functions with "-" and "+" options as well.
One difference between \startsubformulas[+] and \startsubformulas[label]
is that the second method creates a label which can be used to refer to
the number of the formula.
> Is there a way to setup numbering subformulas to "(1a)" form instead
> of "(1.a)", i.e. set the separator to ""?
You have to change the separator list with the numberseparator key for
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