[NTG-context] Alignment for narrower text

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 18:19:37 CEST 2016

> Jan Tosovsky <mailto:j.tosovsky at email.cz>
> 2. April 2016 um 23:42
> I thought Hans could also mean something like example below, but while 
> leftskip should 'indent' all lines inside paragraph, it works only for 
> the first one. Moreover, protrusion is not applied as well. And \crlf 
> doesn't seem to be soft linebreak as it behaves like normal \par 
> command - which is most likely explanation for that indenting issue.
> {\leftskip=2cm
> “line1\crlf
> line2\crlf
> line3\crlf
> line4.
> }
Indenting the whole textblock with \leftskip (or better ConTeXt’s 
narrower environment)
doesn’t prevent protrusion as can be seen in the following example.




“\vl Text\par
  \vl Text

“\vl Text\par
  \vl Text


“\vl Text\par
  \vl Text

“\vl Text\par
  \vl Text


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