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Revision as of 22:17, 14 November 2019

\startmarginrule

Syntax (autogenerated)

\startmarginrule[...] ... \stopmarginrule
[...]number


\startmarginrule[...=...,...] ... \stopmarginrule
...=...,...inherits from \setupmarginrule


Syntax

\startmarginrule[...] ... \stopmarginrule
[...] number


Description

Example

Here is example input:

\starttext
\startmarginrule
The sound of a duck is a good demonstration of how different people
listen to a sound. Everywhere in Europe the sound is equal. But in
every country it is described differently: kwaak||kwaak (Netherlands),
couin||couin (French), gick||gack (German), rap||rap (Danish) and
mech||mech (Spanish). If you speak these words aloud you will notice
that in spite of the consonants the sound is really very
well described. And what about a cow, does it say boe, mboe or mmmmmm?
\stopmarginrule
\stoptext

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