[NTG-context] menu question
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Sun Aug 3 13:09:51 CEST 2008
>the best you can do is to either make the fontsize smaller
It would decrease the menu readability too much.
>the area wider (less linebreaks)
It would decrease the text area width too much.
>or see of \startsimplecolumns ... \stopsimplecolumns
Although I don't see how adding columns would provide
a solution - the chapter/section titles are in french, i.e.
usually longer than for ex. in english ( they could be
shortened and then most would become meaningless)
- where is that command documented ? I didn't find it in
the main manual, excursion, wiki, texshow.
Not really I'm afraid. :O(
On Sun, Aug 3, 2008 at 10:25 AM, Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl> wrote:
> Alan Stone wrote:
> > Hi,
> > With...
> > \startinteractionmenu[right]
> > \placecontent[..., criterium=chapter (or section), ...]
> > \stopinteractionmenu
> > and chapter/section lists longer than the text area height,
> > how do you prevent the menu items from extending beyond
> > the bottom of the text area (and page) and have the menu
> > scroll down after the menu's bottom chapter/section item ?
> > I tried my luck with distance=\textheight but no luck and don't
> > see any other option which could provide this feature.
> it's a fixed size area so the best you can do is to either make the
> fontsize smaller, the area wider (less linebreaks) or see of
> \startsimplecolumns ... \stopsimplecolumns helps
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