[NTG-context] Forbidden things in bookmarks

nico nicolas.marsgui at libertysurf.fr
Fri Apr 21 00:46:48 CEST 2006


On Fri, 21 Apr 2006 00:25:00 +0200, Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl> wrote:

> nico wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> The heading bookmarks don't accept some macros, like \copyright.
>>
>> In latex there's a handy feature that allows to define the text to put  
>> in
>> the TOC and the text in the heading itself, like \chapter[Title in the
>> TOC]{Actual Title in the doc}. Is it possible to do it in context? If  
>> not,
>> maybe it could be an interesting feature to add.
>>
> in context, \chapter[arg]{whatever} the arg is a (list of) references
>
> also, toc and bookmarks may differ
>
> you can add an \bookmark{alternative} after the \chapter command

Great.

> even better is:
>
> \appendtoks
>   \def\copyright{(C)}%
> \to \simplifiedcommands
>
> at the top of your file which replace the copyright by (C)

Ah, really powerfull. What is the rule that decides to use simplified  
commands instead of normal ones?

Thanks much!
BG


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