# [NTG-context] How to define my own list entry?

Wed May 7 08:15:05 CEST 2008

On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 4:55 AM, Zhichu Chen <zhichu.chen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
>
> I'm just writing a module to typeset the traditional Chinese books.
> Here is the thing: I use page-arrangement to put like 15 pages on
> one page or actually 30 pages on one page in a double-sided mode
> (I mean page 1 and page 2---which contain 15 mini-pages each---are
> some PDF bookmarks. But having searched the list, I find that I
> should use
> texexec --arrange file.tex
> to compile the file and get the real page number. That's not what I
> want. Because if I get one chapter on the second page, the page
> number is 31 rather than 2 which I really want it to be. And so do
> the bookmarks behave. If I click the bookmark of the first chapter,
> it will go to the 31st page of the PDF file if it has page 31. I don't
> really like the mess.
>
> I know it's normal, but I would like to know if there's any way to
> write the page counters I defined to the .tui or .tuo file so that I can
> totally handle them and display them on the contents and make
> the bookmarks not crazy any more.

core-lst:

- \definelist
- \writetolist
- \writebetweenlist
- \placelist

Wolfgang