[NTG-context] weird behavior of brackets in block quotations

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 21:56:27 CET 2016


> Alan Bowen <mailto:bowenalan03 at gmail.com>
> 7. März 2016 um 21:52
> We use “[...]” in quotations to indicate departures from the written text.
>
> In the latest beta, “[...]” is a problem in block quotations and [] 
> does not appear in the output.
>
> \setupdelimitedtext
>         [blockquote]
>         [before={\blank[small,fixed]},
> after={\blank[small,fixed]}]
>
> \starttext
> [t]he quotation goes as follows:
> \startblockquote
\startblockquote\relax
> [t]he science of astrology was developed in, most probably,
> \stopblockquote
> \input ward
> \stoptext
>
> “[...]” is OK in the body text and “[]” appears in the output.
>
> But, in the block quotation, “[…]” gets the error message:
>
The \startblockquote command has a optional argument (which is passed to 
\startnarrower)
and you have to stop ConTeXt to use [t] as the argument for the command.

Wolfgang
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