[NTG-context] How to setup a headertext in a doublesided document in a cld?

Willi Egger context at boede.nl
Wed Jul 20 20:35:42 CEST 2022


Hi Wolfgang,

Thanks for your respons!

Tonight I prepared a simplified version of the issue. It appears, that the header as I set it up in my previous mail works correclty on odd and even pages. However the struggle is, that after setting up the header on a odd page, there follows a table which is split over two pages. Now on the even page there is no header. So the question is how to convince cld to setup the header when the table is  split ….

I attach my “minimal” example, which shows the problem.

Kind regards

Willi
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> On 18 Jul 2022, at 22:05, Wolfgang Schuster via ntg-context <ntg-context at ntg.nl> wrote:
> 
> Willi Egger via ntg-context schrieb am 16.07.2022 um 17:03:
>> Hello!
>> 
>> I tried to setup a headertext in a context-lua-document. — No problem for the singlesided version, however hoe to pass the info for a double sided version?
>> Unfortunately the cld-mkiv manual contains an example for a singlesided document.
>> 
>> It ried
>> 
>> context.setupheadertexts({
>> function()
>>   context("\\bf”)
>>   context.labeltext(monthname)
>>   context("\\hfill”)
>>   context(year)
>>  end},
>>  {function()
>>    context("\\bf”)
>>    context.labeltext(monthname)
>>    context("\\hfill”)
>>    context(year)
>> end})
>> 
>> but this is apparently not the good approach.
>> 
>> Does someone of you have experience how to do this correctly?
> 
> What is the desired layout/content for the header?
> 
> You're using monthname and year in your example but do they come from, a proper minimal example can help here.
> 
> Is it even necessary to set the header with Lua or can't you use a regular TeX file and load it afterwards as environment file when you process your document (context --environment=mystyle.tex mydocument.cld).
> 
> Wolfgang
> 
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