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Latest revision as of 18:28, 19 November 2019

\setuptextrules

Syntax (autogenerated)

\setuptextrules[...=...,...]
beforecommand
aftercommand
inbetweencommand
rulethicknessdimension
locationleft inmargin
stylestyle command
colorcolor
rulecolorcolor
widthdimension
heightdimension
distancedimension
depthcorrectionon off
bodyfontsee \setupbodyfont


Syntax

\setuptextrules[...,...=...,...]
location left inmargin
before command
after command
inbetween command
width dimension
distance dimension
bodyfont 5pt ... 12pt small big
color name
style normal bold slanted boldslanted type cap small... command
rulecolor name


Description

From the source:

%D Putting rules before and after a paragraph is very space
%D sensitive, but the next command handles that quite well. It
%D comes in two disguises:

Those two ‘disguises’ are \textrule and the \starttextrule environment. The command \setuptextrules is dedicated to controlling the behaviour of these.

Example

\enableregime[utf]
\setupcolors[state=start]
\setupcolor[hex]
\definecolor[telekommagenta][h=E20074] % RAL 4010

\unexpanded\def\example#1{%
\subject{#1}
\starttextrule{Albatross!}
\starttabulate[|l|l|]
\NC{\em A} \NC What flavour is it?  \NC\NR
\NC{\em B} \NC It’s a bird, isn’t it? It's a bloody sea bird. It’s not any bloody flavour. Albatross! \NC\NR
\NC {\em A} \NC Do you get wafers with it? \NC\NR
\NC {\em B} \NC Of course you don’t get bloody wafers with it. Albatross!\NC\NR
\stoptabulate
\stoptextrule
}

\setupbodyfont[9pt]
\starttext
{\setuptextrules[location=left]
 \example{Location: Left}}

{\setuptextrules[location=inmargin]
 \example{Location: In Margin}}

{\setuptextrules[bodyfont=small,style=italic]
 \example{Small Bodyfont, Italic Text}}

{\setuptextrules[color=telekommagenta,rulecolor=red:2]
 \example{Colored Rule and Text}}

{\setuptextrules[distance=5em]
 \example{Wide Distance Between Text And Rule}}
\stoptext

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