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From: Volker Renneberg
Subject: Searching list archive
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 16:34:07 +0200


Thanks for the link to the search archive. Could this be added to the new wiki-page of lout?


----- Original Message ----- From: "Ludovic "Courtès"" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, March 31, 2008 3:52 PM
Subject: Re: Page breaking in Lists


"Volker Renneberg" <address@hidden> writes:

Before asking the real question - is there any method to search the
mailing list archives? My guess is the following question has been
answered already but I cannot find anything in the archives....

You can try searching through Gmane (http://search.gmane.org/), or just
using your favorite search engine, which indexes Gmane's archives.

To insert annotations about future content in my dissertation I finally
succeeded in writing a @Galley-based implementation of an Annotation-List.
However, page breaking does not occur if there are a lot of elements in
that list. @RawList successfully breaks multiple items over pages but
looking at the "bsf" file I still do not get it quite right. Can anybody
tell me which part of the @RawList elements actually allows lout to break
multiple items over several pages?

I think it turns list items into paragraphs using "&0io" (see
address@hidden'), and paragraphs can be broken.

(I could be wrong, though...)


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