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Re: LaTeX "stretch" equivalent

From: Matej Nanut
Subject: Re: LaTeX "stretch" equivalent
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2012 02:16:04 +0200

The "too much width solution" works perfectly, thank you! I had hoped
for a clean way of doing this, but I guess this will have to do.


On 8 July 2012 01:25, Jeff Kingston <address@hidden> wrote:
> Matej,
>   @SysInclude { doc }
>   @Doc @Text @Begin
>   20c @Wide @LocalWidthRule |1c Some Text |1c
>   20c @Wide @LocalWidthRule
>   @End @Text
> works for me.  When there is too much width, Lout silently
> shrinks the width assigned to the columns, by shrinking
> the wider columns equally.  So in the example above it
> leaves Some Text alone and shrinks the rules equally.
> If you happened to want the text part to be wider than the
> rules parts, it would get harder.  Let me know if so and
> I will give some thought to it.
> Jeff
> On Sat, Jul 07, 2012 at 01:05:00AM +0200, Matej Nanut wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm afraid I've hit another snag. How would I go about getting two
>> rules to the left and right of a centred object?
>> Like this: [---------------- text ----------------].
>> I've tried using "|" and "&" with various combinations of
>> @FullWidthRule and @LocalWidthRule, but I can't figure it out.
>> Sorry for being so annoying. An answer in the form of the (obvious? :/
>> ) page (or approximate section) in one of the guides would more than
>> suffice.
>> Thank you, Matej

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