[NTG-context] Questions on \definition
kip at thevertigo.com
Wed Jan 18 23:39:24 CET 2012
On Wed, 2012-01-18 at 09:26 +0100, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> Am 18.01.2012 um 02:47 schrieb Kip Warner:
> > Ah, so \setupdescriptions inherits the default values of
> > \definedescription?
> WIth \definedescription you create a new command (e.g. \definition) and environment (e.g. \startdefinition \stopdefinition).
> With \setupdescriptions you can afterwards change the values of the previous defined command/environment.
> Each new created command has always default values for the location, style and color of the title etc. which be either changed when you create the command (\definedescription[..,.=.,..]) or afterwards (\setupdescriptions[..,.=.,..]).
Thanks Wolfgang. I kind of understand. But when you say "create a new
command", how does ConTeXt know what the command does?
Kip Warner -- Software Engineer
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