[NTG-context] spacing between chapters in TOC

jbf roma83537 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 07:37:08 CEST 2020

Thanks Wolfgang. Sometimes what we think is intuitive (I had just 
assumed that some sort of para indentation might do it) is not so! And 
yes, I had already worked out the before and after keys.

Many thanks,


On 2/6/20 2:30 pm, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> jbf schrieb am 02.06.2020 um 03:05:
>> Hi list,
>> I want my table of contents to look like:
>> Chapter             1
>>     section           5
>>     section          10
>>     section          15
>> In other words with section items indented.
>> I presumed I would need to do something with \setuplist[section]. I 
>> know how to control interline distance, whitespace, but in this 
>> instance, not indentation of certain lines in a toc. I tried 
>> \setuplist[section][indenting=yes] and even indentation=yes in the 
>> hope that existed. It doesn't, at least not used this way.
> To change the vertical space between entries you use the before and 
> after keys (this does *not* change the interline space), e.g.
>     \setuplist[...][before=\blank, after={\blank[2*line]}]
> and to indent entries you use the margin key, e.g.
>     \setuplist[...][margin=2em]
> but this is unrelated to paragraph indentation.
> Wolfgang

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