[NTG-context] two different outputs.

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 21:13:02 CET 2019


Jeong Dal schrieb am 01.01.19 um 01:33:
> Dear all,
> 
> First, Happy new year!
> 
> I tried to make a style of title as following. The first code creates the title as I wanted, but the second which uses “\title” creates the title strange. they are almost same code.
> To include it in the list of contents, I use “\title”.

\setuphead [title] [incrementnumber=list]

> Is there a way to make output as the first one and include it in the list of contents?

You have to apply your command to the deeptextcommand key.

%%%% begin example

% \definefontfamily [mainface] [ss] [Noto Sans CJK KR]
%
% \setupbodyfont [mainface]
%
% \definefont [BigFontOne]   [SansBold sa 4]

\definefontfamily [notosanscjkkr] [ss] [Noto Sans CJK KR]

%\definefont [BigFontOne] [file:notosanscjkkrbold*default sa 4]
\definefont [BigFontOne] [\classfont{notosanscjkkr}{Bold} sa 4]

\setupbodyfont [pagella]

\definecolor [BigColorOne] [r=.86,g=.850,b=.54]

\define[1]\TitlePage
   {\rlap{\offset[x=2pt,y=2pt]{\color[blue]{\effect[outer]{#1}}}}%
    \effect[inner]{#1}}

\setuphead
   [title]
   [deeptextcommand=\TitlePage,
    color=BigColorOne,
    style=BigFontOne,
    incrementnumber=list]

\starttext

\title{Contents}

\placelist[chapter,title]

\title{Title}

\title{타이틀}

\stoptext

%%%% end example

Wolfgang



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