# [NTG-context] Some questions about context

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Tue Mar 6 12:48:40 CET 2007

On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 10:26:49 +0100
Xan <DXpublica at telefonica.net> wrote:

> En/na Aditya Mahajan ha escrit:
> > On Mon, 5 Mar 2007, Xan wrote:
> >
> >> Another question: how get the equivalent of ams theorem package?
> >> Sorry for no ask this before and another time, thanks
> >
> > enumerations. This is what I ususally do
> >
> > \defineenumeration[theorem][style=italic,text=Theorem,location=hanging]
> >
> > \starttheorem
> > This is an important theorem
> > \stoptheorem
> >
> > They do almost everything on what is needed for theorems. I am working
> > on providing missing features, so if you find something is missing,
> > feel free to ask.
>
> Thank you very much for give me this opportunity.
> Enumerations work but I need more customization:
>
> 1) How can you change the style of the text (Theorem in our example)?
> 2) How can you change the position of the counter: "1 Theorem" rather
> than "Theorem 1"
> 3) Is it possible to change the counter? In LaTeX, with much effort and
> help, I could write some code for displaying something like:
>
> Theorem [number of theorem].[numberofpageitappears]. ....
>
> If you want to see the code, I could give you
>
> 4) What about the indentation of the "body" of the theorem?. If you put:
>
> \starttheorem
> This is an important theorem skjdskad sda sdas dsad asdas das dsafs f
> dsfsdfsdf dfsdf sdf dsfsd fsdfsd fds fdsf ds fsd fds fsdfsdfs fdsfsd f
> \stoptheorem
>
> the text is indented a little bit after the begginning of the line. We
> could have a normal indentation (like AMS theorem do)?
>
> 5) Is there an equivalent to \newenvironment in latex? I think about the
> demostration:
>
> \newenvironment{demo}{\medskip Demostració.}{\hfill \$\Box\$}
>

\definestartstop
[demo]
[before={\blank[medium]Demostració.},
after=\hfill\mathematics{\Box}]

\starttext

\startdemo
text text text \unknown
\stopdemo

\stoptext

Wolfgang

>
>
> I'm sure all of that is possible to do with context....
>
>
> And another question (in other topic): how we can do lines at header and
> footer like fancyheaders in latex?
>
> Thanks another time,
> Xan.
>
> >