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Latest revision as of 17:31, 10 November 2019

\but

Syntax (autogenerated)


Syntax

\but[ref]
[ref]

Description

This command resembles \item but produces an interactive symbol that executes the reference sequence specified.

Example

An example adapted from ConTEXt demo suite:

\setuppapersize [S6][S6]
\setuplayout
  [header=0cm,
   topspace=.5cm,
   backspace=2cm,
   margindistance=.5cm,
   margin=1cm,
   rightmargin=0cm,
   rightedge=2cm,
   edgedistance=.5cm,
   width=fit,
   footer=1cm,
   height=middle]

\setupinteraction
  [state=start,
   style=,
   color=,
   contrastcolor=,
   menu=on,
   title=ConTeXt Demo Suite,
   author=Hans Hagen]

\definecolor [DarkGray] [s=.6]
\definecolor [MediumGray] [s=.8]
\definecolor [LightGray] [s=.9]

\setupinteractionmenu
  [right]
  [background=color,
   backgroundcolor=LightGray,
   frame=off,
   state=start]

\startinteractionmenu[right]
\but [content] contents \\
\but [sample] sample \\
\but [PreviousJump] back \\
\but [CloseDocument] exit \\
\vfill
\stopinteractionmenu

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