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Re: Multicolumn bullets

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: Multicolumn bullets
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2006 10:54:44 +0200
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address@hidden (Jeff Kingston) writes:

> If you mean after a given fixed height, Lout can do this in principle,
> but there is no symbol packaged up to give it to you conveniently.
> If you mean after the right height to ensure that the three columns
> have approximately equal height, then Lout cannot do this; and for
> this reason you won't get anywhere using multi-column pages.
> I think your best bet is to find an expert user of Lout (me for
> instance) and pester them into defining a symbol which produces
> a multi-column list of a given fixed height.  It could be a bit
> tricky in the details, might end up being a few hours' work.

I'd be happy to see the sketch of a solution to this problem.  :-)

If it does take so long, then perhaps analyzing why it is the case would
be insightful for Nonpareil.


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