Typesetting in LC -- Line Spacing
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Mon Dec 5 15:18:42 EST 2016
On 12/5/16 10:08 pm, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> On 12/5/16 1:19 PM, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami wrote:
>> Can we now control the line height above and below the headlines in
>> this example… i.e. control over the baseline of a given line in
>> relation to the baseline of the previous line? i.e. variable spacing
>> between lines in the same field.
> It took me forever to find a definitive list, which I now know is
> located in the LC 5.5 release notes. There really should be a lesson
> or summary about this stuff.
> To control line spacing individually, you can set the field's
> fixedLineHeight to true and its textheight to the smallest spacing
> you'll need, and then use the "spaceAbove" and/or the "spaceBelow"
> adjustments to manage specific lines.
> The "new-ish" field and text properties are very, very powerful and I
> use them a lot. But if you don't know about them, it is almost
> impossible to discover they exist. I only found them because I
> remembered some new features were implemented, but I actually had to
> open and read every release note going to back to 5.5 before I found
> I wish there were a way to search all the release notes at once.
Surely one way to search all the release notes at once would be to
download them, copy the text out of them (all) into a socking greta text
and . . .
Of course a clever person might work out a way to concatenate pdf files
. . .
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