Command/definedelimitedtext

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\definedelimitedtext

Syntax

\definedelimitedtext[...][...][...,...=...,...]
[...] name
[...] delimitedtext to inherit from
[...,...=...,...] see \setupdelimitedtext


Description

Define a new kind of delimited text (usually a quotation or blockquote) with an associated style.

Example

% mode=mkiv

\setuppapersize[A6]

Here come the delimited texts!

\setupquotation[color=red]
\startquotation
    Plain quotation
\stopquotation

% Definition inherits, followed by setting up
\definedelimitedtext[qone][quotation]
\setupdelimitedtext[qone][left=«]

\startqone
    Inheritance followed by setup
\stopqone

% Definition inherits and sets up all in one step
\definedelimitedtext[qtwo][quotation][right=»]
\startqtwo
    Inheritance simultaneous with setup
\stopqtwo

The last form does not work in the MkIV on the wiki (\contextversionnumber), 
but it works with ConTeXt 201200419 23:18 MkIV.

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