[NTG-context] lmtx update

ebohoyod ebohoyod at disroot.org
Wed Sep 16 17:52:46 CEST 2020


It seems that the Lettrine module is one of those affected:


But, honestly, first, I don't know what means "/Of course it might have 
other side effects once in lmtx we everywhere expect freezing to be 
I suppose that, in order not to be a nuisance (and not to digress into 
this real subject of interest), a short answer would be enough to put me 
on track to investigate it.

On the other hand, I suppose the best practice, from what I have just 
read, would be not to use \forgetparagraphfreezing globaly, but 
\forgetparagraphfreezing  and \setparagraphfreezing at the beginning and 
end of the first paragraph respectively of each chapter.  Would this be 
the least harmful way? That is, wrapping it up to avoid this provisional 
failure of the Lettrine with LMTX module, but at the same time to avoid 
affecting that default freezing proposal in the rest of the document, 

By the way, and just out of curiosity, how does the recommended 
provisional command work? Would it be something like this in the preamble?:

     \setupparagraphs [firstparagraph][1][align={hanging}]

And then this arrangement in the \input files?:

\lettrine{B}{lah} blah, blah, blah...
\blank [overlay] \strut

I know it's a dirty, inelegant solution, but I can't think of a better 
one at the moment.

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