[NTG-context] A document composed only of TEXpages

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Fri Mar 4 12:57:51 CET 2016


On 3/3/2016 7:49 PM, Chicho Pep wrote:
> Hello everybody,
>
> I would like to have a document composed of TEXpages only, where each
> TEXpage contains one whole subsection or section. I have achieved that
> indeed, but I don't get to understand how the numbering of pages works
> in this case. I've tried to use \setcounter[userpage][\pagenumber+1].

TEXpage etc is probably not the best mechanism to use for that as it is 
just a vbox

in the test suite there is a file experiment-001.tex that shows you a 
trick (maybe that should be module)

> Here is my document:
>
> ***
>
> \setupinteraction[state=start]
>
> \startsetups[myTEXpagesetup]
>    \setupwhitespace[line]
>    \setuptolerance[space]
> \stopsetups
>
> \setupfittingpage[TEXpage]
>    [command=\texsetup{myTEXpagesetup},
>     height=fit,
>     width=210mm,
>     offset=10mm]
>
> \starttext
>
> \startTEXpage
> \startsection[title={My Section}]
> \placecontent
> \stopTEXpage
>
> \setcounter[userpage][\pagenumber+1]
>
> \startTEXpage
> \startsubsection[title={My First Subsection}]
> Contents
> \stopsubsection
> \stopTEXpage
>
> \setcounter[userpage][\pagenumber+1]
>
> \startTEXpage
> \startsubsection[title={My Second Subsection}]
> Contents
> \stopsubsection
> \stopTEXpage
>
> \setcounter[userpage][\pagenumber+1]
>
> \startTEXpage
> \startsubsection[title={My Third Subsection}]
> Contents
> \stopsubsection
> \stopTEXpage
>
> \stopsection
>
> \stoptext
>
> ***
>
> The PDF browser numbers the pages correctly, and in this case they get
> numbers 1 to 4. But the generated list of contents in page 1 says that
> section "My Third Subsection" is in page 3 instead of 4, though the link
> correctly jumps to page 4. The (sub)section in the last TEXpage of the
> document gets always numbered as if it would be in the next to last TEXpage.
>
> To make the list of contents look good, I may add one last empty TEXpage
> at the end of the document. But I'd still like to ask how, or if, it
> would be possible to make this use case work without that trick.
>
> There's a pair more things:
>
> When the document is composed of only one single TEXpage, then that page
> gets number 0 in the PDF browser, instead of number 1.
>
> When I don't use \setcounter[userpage][\pagenumber+1] in between the
> TEXpages, they get numbers 1,1,1,2 in the PDF browser, while the list of
> contents says my subsections are in pages 1,1,0 (but the links jump
> always to the correct page).
>
> Thank you for your help
>
> Pep
>
> p.s. As PDF browsers, I use Evince, Okular and Firefox's built-in PDF Viewer
>
> p.p.s. I love ConTeXt :)
>
>
>
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