[pmwiki-users] How to control vspace per page or markup section
haganfox at users.sourceforge.net
Wed Mar 29 17:33:07 CST 2006
On 3/29/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 29, 2006 at 07:20:24PM +1200, Allister Jenks wrote:
> > On 3/29/06, I <arj at zkarj.co.nz> wrote:
> > I had the sudden epihany of >>float=right<< but that puts the list down
> > the right margin, then while writing this sentence (even!) figured the
> > solution! Doh!
> > >>float=left<<
> > And don't you hate it even more when the solution is flawed?
> > The trouble is, if I use >>bottom-margin=0.5em<< within the text (to
> > control the linespacing) then the >>float=left<< on the text is useless
> > because the >><< markup does not nest! Aaaarrgh!
> > How can I do this????
> There's probably a way to do it using %bottom-margin=0.5em% instead
> of >>bottom-margin=0.5em<<, but I can't come up with an answer off
> the top of my head.
> If we had a "paragraph markup" in place, it would be something like:
> P: %p bottom-margin=0.5em% The first paragraph stuff
> P: %p bottom-margin=0.5em% The second paragraph, with 0.5em
> between the two paragraphs
> P: %p bottom-margin=0.5em% The third paragraph, again with 0.5em.
> ...but I've forgotten the latest status of the markup to use for
> marking paragraphs (and thus PmWiki doesn't have a paragraph
> markup yet).
I remember! :-) I think it would look like
%p bottom-margin=0.5em% The first paragraph stuff
\%p bottom-margin=0.5em% The second paragraph, with 0.5em
between the two paragraphs
\%p bottom-margin=0.5em% The third paragraph, again with 0.5em.
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