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Latest revision as of 17:31, 10 November 2019

\about

Syntax (autogenerated)

\about[...]
[...]reference


Syntax

\about[ref]
[ref] name of the reference

Description

The command \about provides the complete title of a referenced block of text (e.g. chapter's title). The title is in quotation marks by default, but these surrounding elements can be changed with the left and right options of \setupreferencing.

Example

To get the chapter's title the reference myreference is used.

\starttext

\chapter[myreference]{Chapter 1}

See \about[myreference] for more information.

\stoptext

produces

See also

  • \at to insert the page number of a referenced item.
  • \in to insert the number of a referenced item (e.g. figure number).
  • \setupinteraction to control the color and contrast color of links.


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