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[Groff-commit] groff/contrib/mom/examples

From: Peter Schaffter
Subject: [Groff-commit] groff/contrib/mom/examples
Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2013 17:48:01 +0000

CVSROOT:        /sources/groff
Module name:    groff
Changes by:     Peter Schaffter <PTPi>  13/02/01 17:48:01

Modified files:

Log message:
        Reworked to use Helvetica and Times Roman only.


RCS file: /sources/groff/groff/contrib/mom/examples/,v
retrieving revision 1.5
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -u -b -r1.5 -r1.6
---     29 Jan 2013 05:02:45 -0000      1.5
+++     1 Feb 2013 17:48:01 -0000       1.6
@@ -298,18 +298,18 @@
 Example 3:
 .ALD .25v
 .UNDERSCORE 3.75p "A \*[BU2]recipe for enumerated lists using indents"
-.SP .5v        \" Add an extra half line space
-.FAM      N    \" New Century Schoolbook family
+.SP .75v        \" Add an extra half line space
+.FAM      T    \" New Century Schoolbook family
 .FT       R
-.PT_SIZE 11
-.LS      13
+.PT_SIZE 12
+.LS      14
 .HY            \" Turn hyphenation back on
 .JUSTIFY       \" Justify text
 This example demonstrates the use of left and hanging indents for
 simple enumerated lists.  Nested lists are possible, as the example
 shows; however, the more complex the nesting, the wiser it becomes
 to use (string) tabs, as seen in Example 4.
-.RLD .5v                  \" Move upwards 1/2 linespace
+.RLD .25v                  \" Move upwards 1/2 linespace
 .DBX .5 0 \n[.l]u 2P+9p   \" Draw box; \n[.l]u means "the current line length"
 .IB 6p                    \" Indent from both left and right margins
 .ALD 14p
@@ -317,7 +317,7 @@
 enumerated lists automatically.  These examples merely show hanging
 indents and string tabs in use.
-.ALD 6p
+.SP .25v
 .JUSTIFY       \" Justify text
 .IL \w'\0.\0'  \" Establish a left indent equal to 2 figure spaces plus a 
 .HI \w'\0.\0'  \" Establish a hanging indent equal to the left indent.
@@ -391,11 +391,11 @@
 Example 4:
 .ALD .25v
 .UNDERSCORE 3.75p "A \*[BU 2]recipe for nested lists using string tabs"
-.SP .5v
+.SP .75v
 .FT  R
-.PT_SIZE 11
-.LS  13
+.PT_SIZE 12
+.LS  14
 Although setting up string tabs is a bit more complex than setting
 up indents, it's \*[BU 3]well worth the effort, especially for
@@ -505,8 +505,8 @@
 .ALD .25v
 .UNDERSCORE 3.75p "Word spacing"
 .ALD 8p
-.FAM P         \" Palatino family
-.PT_SIZE 11
+.PT_SIZE 12
 .LS  14
 \# The "label" lines for the following are set in Helvetica
@@ -535,7 +535,7 @@
 .FT R
 .WS +6
 N\*[BU1]o\*[BU1]w \*[BU1]is the time for all good men to come to the aid of 
the party.
-.WS +0
 .SP 1.5v
 .FAM     T
@@ -548,9 +548,9 @@
 .ALD .25v
 .UNDERSCORE 3.75p "Line kerning"
 .ALD 8p
-.FAM     P     \" Palatino family
+.FAM     T     \" Palatino family
 .FT      R
-.PT_SIZE 11
+.PT_SIZE 12
 .LS      15
 \# Here, we set up some tabs so the examples can go into facing columns.
@@ -579,6 +579,7 @@
 \f[HB]\*S[-1]Line "tightened" \[en] .RW .3\*S[+1]\*[PREV]
 .RW .3
 "But this is \*[IT]important!\/"\*[PREV]she exclaimed.
+.RW 0
 .TB 2
 \f[HB]\*S[-1]Unkerned line\*S[+1]\*[PREV]

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