[NTG-context] Suppressing headers and footers on blank pages before pagebreak at the end of a chapter.

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 20:29:19 CEST 2021

rha17 at t-online.de schrieb am 07.04.2021 um 20:20:
> Hi list,
> I typeset my first project with ConTeXt, a small booklet with some chapters, frontmatter, no headers, but pagenumbers in the middle of the footers. I use two environment files. The text is split into component TeX-files. All is structured by a project and a product file.
> Now I have run in some problems, I couldn’t solve with the garden and the archives of this and stackexchange’s list. But I’m sure that it is almost too simple for you experts. Let’s start with one.
> As intended, a new chapter starts on a right/odd page. If the chapter before ends on a right page, too, there should be a blank left/even page. But in my case there is the pagenumber in the footer – which looks more horrible than an orphan line.
> A. Which setting in which setup or definition gives a command like: suppress/skip/hide the header, footer and margin of last page of a chapter, if the text area is empty.
> B. More elaborate, a set of commands could
>     – distinguish between headers, footers, an margins and
>     – extend the commands on those pages at the end of the chapters
>        – that do not show any text within the last line of the text area, i. e. the very last page of a chapter (even, but whith some text)
>        – or the second last page (odd, with some text, before a complete blank even page).
> A book design according to (A) is standard. I’m sure there is a solution in ConTeXt.
> (B) can be found often, at least in books from pre-computer times.

You have to change the argument of the page-setting for chapters.








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