[NTG-context] xrightarrow specific size issue

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Sat Jan 2 17:08:20 CET 2021


Johann Birnick schrieb am 02.01.2021 um 17:04:
> On Sat, 2021-01-02 at 14:30 +0000, Bruce Horrocks wrote:
>> I'm not sure which manual you are looking in to find a reference to the
>> ability to add a specific dimension.
>>
>> In the source I can only find named sizes of 'none', 'normal', 'small',
>> 'medium' and 'big'. You can 'kludge' these by extending the length of the text
>> using hard spaces. Alternatively there is \rightarrowfill which you might be
>> able to put into a frame of the desired width?
>>
>> \starttext
>> $1\xrightarrow[none]{blah} 1$
>> \par
>> $2\xrightarrow[normal]{blah} 2$
>> \par
>> $3\xrightarrow[small]{blah} 3$
>> \par
>> $4\xrightarrow[medium]{blah} 4$
>> \par
>> $5\xrightarrow{~~~~~~~blah~~~~~~~} 5$
>> \par
>> $6\xrightarrow[big]{blah} 6$
>> \par
>> $7\rightarrowfill 7$
>> \par
>> \stoptext
>>
>> --
>> Bruce Horrocks
>> Hampshire, UK
> In particular the documentation
> https://dl.contextgarden.net/myway/matharrows.pdf shows exactly the example
>
> \xrightarrow[50]
>
> and the says the options are:
>
> none small medium big normal DIMENSION
>
> I'm sure I've seen the same options (i.e. including DIMENSION) in other
> documentations aswell, but I can't find them now.
>
> I assume this was removed with LMTX... is it possible to introduce it again?

No, the change already happened in MkIV when Hans rewrote the arrows code.

Wolfgang



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