[NTG-context] general syntax for startparagraph command
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Sun Sep 29 20:47:15 CEST 2019
Jeroen schrieb am 29.09.2019 um 20:30:
> Dear list members,
> I am trying to get the following with the 1 elevated and 2 above the =
> character. The square brackets and all in between I would like italic
> and OPT below both terms.
> *\startparagraph [.1..] [..,..2=..,..] ..**.\stopparagraph*
> Would anybody be able to help. Would Metapost be needed here?
When you look at the command definition in setup-en.pdf you can two
lines below the command which refer to the two arguments.
\startparagraph [...] [..,..=..,..] ... \stopparagraph
2 inherits: \setupparagraph
The NAME for the first arguments means you can the pass of a named
instance, such a instance can be created with the \defineparagraph
command, e.g. \defineparagraph [bold] [style=bold].
The inherits: ... means you can pass options from the \setupparaph
command, e.g. \startparagraph [color=blue]. For get a list of all
possible options for this argument take a look at \setupparagraph.
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