[NTG-context] Go to odd page, use an empty page eventually?

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Wed Jul 20 10:37:04 CEST 2016


> Procházka Lukáš Ing. <mailto:LPr at pontex.cz>
> 20. Juli 2016 um 09:37
> Hello,
>
> is there a way to tell ConTeXt "go to odd page, insert empty page to 
> reach the next odd page" eventually?
>
> (IOW:
>     When currently on odd page, break page and insert one empty 
> (blank) (= even) page; continue on the next (= odd) page.
>     When currently on even page, break page (and do nothing more) (and 
> continue on the next (= odd) page).
> )
>
> In the following example:
>
> ----
> \starttext
>   Page 1
>   \page[odd]
>   %\page[odd,empty]
>   %\page[odd,header,footer]
>   Page 3
> \stoptext
> ----
>
> - \page[odd]: page 2 holds header and footer (unwanted)
> - \page[odd,empty]: adds one page with header and footer (unwanted), 
> then inserts an empty page (unwanted)
> - \page[odd,header,footer] = \page[odd]
You need "\page[yes,header,footer,odd]".

\starttext
   Page 1\page[yes,header,footer,odd]
  %Page 2
   Page 3\page
   Page 4\page[yes,header,footer,odd]
   Page 5
\stoptext

The keywords have the following effect:

   - yes: force a page break
   - header: sets \setupheader[state=emty] on the following page
   - footer: sets \setupfooter[state=empty] on the following page
   - odd: forces another pagebreak if the current page is even and 
resets the header/footer states

Wolfgang
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