[NTG-context] formula legend

Aditya Mahajan adityam at umich.edu
Mon Jun 26 18:04:56 CEST 2006


On Mon, 26 Jun 2006, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

> Jörg Hagmann wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I am using formulas and legends as described in the manual and
>> encountered the 2 following (minor) problems (see example at the end
>> of the message):
>>
>> 1. Legends: when using the units module (e.g. \Joule), the alignement
>> is not the same as when using normal characters (in the example: the
>> number 8314 is more to the left than the J of \Joule etc.. Replacing
>> \Joule by J aligns it with the number below. This also occurs when
>> running the example live on context-garden. Adding \null in front of
>> 8314 doesn't help (why not?).
>
> Start with \Unit \Joule.
> From the Wiki page (by Aditya):

This was copy pasted from an email from Hans on the ML :)

>
>    Units act upon signals that they insert in the text, in case no
>    quantity is given you need to start the unit sequence using \Unit

>> 2. The RT of the equation is not slanted as are the other variables
>> -- on my two setups (on contextgarden it is). Is this a version
>
> They are slanted in my setup (beta 2006.06.23) and they were also
> slanted in 2006.06.07.

They are also slanted here.

Hans, there is a typo in m-units.

DC is an acronym for Direct Current, so

\setuplabeltext
   [\s!en]
   [u:vac=alternating current,
    u:vdc=different current]

should be

   u:vdc=direct current

Aditya



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