[NTG-context] A problem with modes

Marcin Borkowski mbork at wmi.amu.edu.pl
Tue Jun 26 23:25:37 CEST 2012


Dnia 2012-06-26, o godz. 22:44:40
Wolfgang Schuster <schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com> napisał(a):

> 
> Am 26.06.2012 um 22:12 schrieb Marcin Borkowski:
> 
> > Hello,
> > 
> > this doesn't work for me:
> > 
> > \definestartstop[amode][before={\startmode[a]},
> >                        after={\stopmode}]
> > 
> > \starttext
> > 
> > All modes.
> > \startamode
> >  ``A'' mode.
> > \stopamode
> > 
> > \stoptext
> > 
> > Can I use \startmode with \definestartstop?
> 
> No you can’t.

I was afraid of this...

> > Or is there a better way to do something like this?
> 
> It depends on what you want to do. You can create a buffer command:
> 
> \def\startamode{\grabbufferdata[amode][startamode][stopamode]}
> %\def\stopamode {\getbuffer[amode]}
> 
> \starttext
> 
> All modes.
> \startamode
> “A” mode.
> \stopamode
> 
> \stoptext

Thanks, it worked.  One question: is there any difference between

\def\starta{...}
\def\stopa{...}

and

\definestartstop[a][before={...},after={...}]

?

> Wolfgang

Best,

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Marcin Borkowski
http://mbork.pl


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