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Re: The @ChapterGap parameter

From: Jeffrey Howard Kingston
Subject: Re: The @ChapterGap parameter
Date: Sun, 21 May 2000 10:16:13 +0100

I've just done a grep of the User's Guide, and found no @ChapterGap in
it anywhere.  Perhaps nijbhav means @AboveChapterGap, which determines
the amount of space above the chapter title on the first page of the
chapter.  This option does not affect whether or not the new chapter
begins on a new page: it always does, and there is no way to start
a chapter on the same page as the end of the previous chapter.

Jeff Kingston

On Sun, 21 May 2000, nijbhav wrote:

> On Thu, 18 May 2000, address@hidden wrote:
> > Im working with Lout -3-17 to generate  Postcript . To do this I am 
> > working wiht the" book" pattern.
> >  
> > Is it possible to indicate to the  LOUT that it does not necesary to 
> > cover the page when a chapter is finished ?
> > 
> > Many thanks
> In relation with this let me mention a doubt I had while reading the Expert's
> guide. It mentions a @ChapterGap parameter (Section 4.4) but this is not
> visible in the layout file 'bookf' that came with the distribution. According
> to the guide, one can start a chapter in the same page after the end of the
> previous chapter by adjusting the value of @ChapterGap.
> Has the parameter become obsolete? If yes, what is the method to achieve a
> similar result?
>  -- 
> "Once a satyagrahi, always a satyagrahi"

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