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Latest revision as of 17:23, 12 November 2019

\setupcombinedlist

Syntax (autogenerated)

\setupcombinedlist[...][...=...,...]
[...]list
criteriumlocal intro reference sectionblock:reference all sectionblock:all text sectionblock:text current sectionblock:current here previous sectionblock:previous component section sectionblock:section
referencenumber
extrasname
ordercommand all title
alternativea b c d e f g left right top bottom command none interactive paragraph horizontal vertical name


\setupcombinedlist[...=...,...]
...=...,...inherits from \setupcombinedlist


Syntax

\setupcombinedlist[...][...=...,...]
[...]list
criteriumlocal intro reference sectionblock:reference all sectionblock:all text sectionblock:text current sectionblock:current here previous sectionblock:previous component section sectionblock:section
referencenumber
extrasname
ordercommand all title
alternativea b c d e f g left right top bottom command none interactive paragraph horizontal vertical name


\setupcombinedlist[...=...,...]
...=...,...inherits from \setupcombinedlist


Description

The most prominent and only predefined combined list is the table of contents.

\setupcombinedlist inherits from \setuplist.

Example

\setupcombinedlist[content][list={chapter,section,subsection}]
% same as
\setupcontents[list={chapter,section,subsection}]

Beware, unnumbered headers (\title, \subject etc.) won't ever appear in a list!

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