[NTG-context] natural tables and columndistance/spaceinbetween
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Mon Nov 30 13:23:28 CET 2015
> Alan BRASLAU <mailto:alan.braslau at cea.fr>
> 26. November 2015 um 02:44
> In natural tables
> the parameters
> will set the gaps between columns and rows, respectively.
> Is there some way of specifying row gaps for specific rows?
> For example, say that I only want a gap after the first row.
> I tried:
> \bTR [spaceinbetween=.25em]
> \bTD 1 \eTD
> \bTD 2 \eTD
> \bTD A \eTD
> \bTD B \eTD
> \bTD a \eTD
> \bTD b \eTD
> Alternately, I tried
> \setupTABLE [r][spaceinbetween=.25em]
> but these do not work.
> One might think about trying
> \bTR [bottomframe=on,framecolor=white,rulethickness=.25em]
> but this presents several problems:
> 1) When using background=color, the background color gives a hairline
> overflow beyond the rule, at least using the pdf viewers that I have on
> my computer.
> 2) there appears to be some interference between setting rulethickness
> and columndistance, so that spaces between columns disappear when
> putting a thick bottomframe. Of course, one could kludge a column
> separation using a rightframe, but this is not satisfactory.
> 3) The use of a white rule when one really wants to leave some space is
> not very satisfying.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
You can use the boffset key to set a different offset value for the
bottom of the cell.
The correct the position of the frame at the bottom you can use metapost
the frame as background graphic.
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