[NTG-context] Visual highlighted text with title, mix of enumeration and framedtext

Henning Hraban Ramm texml at fiee.net
Mon Mar 6 13:45:37 CET 2023

Am 06.03.23 um 12:19 schrieb Gerion Entrup via ntg-context:
> I want to typeset a "Good to know" section that is visually highlighted
> and can spawn across multiple pages.
> In LaTeX this would be possible with the mdframed package. See the
> attached screenshot for an example how it might look like (it is copied
> out of page 4: Definition: Inhomogeneous linear of the mdframed
> documentation:
> http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/mdframed/mdframed.pdf)
> I have searched in the wiki and found \defineenumeration:
> This is near of that what I need. However I explicitly does not need an
> enumeration (so no number or counter). Also I am not sure if I can set a
> background and so on.
> The other possibility is \defineframedtext. For example this goes much
> in the direction that I want:
> \definecolor[gbackground][s=0.98]
> \defineframedtext[gtk][frame=on,
>                         offset=5pt,
>                         background=color,
>                         width=0.95\textwidth,
>                         backgroundcolor=gbackground]
> However, there does not seem a possibility to define a title and it
> seems to not work on multiple pages.
> Is there a mix of an enumeration and framedtext that can produce
> something like in the attached picture?

If you don’t need an enumeration, then don’t use one.

Did you try text backgrounds?

And then use the plethora of \framed options.


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