[NTG-context] Columns and components

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Tue Jan 23 13:41:03 CET 2007


Jeff Smith wrote:
> Hi!
>
> I'm toying with a complex document environment involving multiple
> components, both in order to learn in general and to accomplish
> particular objectives.
>
> So I want a 2-column layout for all the document, which is made up of
> a bunch of components appended one after the other in a continuous
> fashion.
>
> The way I thought to acheive that is, instinctively, to use
> \startcolumns in my product file, before declaring the various
> components.
>
> However, when I do this, the use of \stopcolumns at the end doesn't
> work. The document does compile (with columns) when I don't use the
> stop command, but when I do, there is an error:
>
> ! Extra }, or forgotten \endgroup.
> \stopcolumns ...idecolumnsfalse \endgroup \egroup
>
> l.12 \stopcolumns
>
> What is the proper way of doing this? The thing is, I need to balance
> my columns, and balancing doesn't work with no \stopcolumns.
>
>   
looks like some grouping problem, make sure that you nest start/stop commands properly

Hans 

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