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Re: templates for galley (paragraph) formatting

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 Hello, reading about paragraph formatting I had the idea for a template for "headed paragraphs". Very often one deals with entities consisting of a short head and a body consisting of one or several paragraphs. Examples include chapters, section, list items, theorems, and proofs. Would it be a good idea to provide a template performing the common tasks? I made up three different templates (no, I haven't implemented them yet):  o "inline": The head is included at the beginning of the first    paragraph as in theorems or descriptions.  o "above": The head is put above the body as in sections.  o "left": The head is put left to the first line of the body as in    list items (itemize, enumerate). The template takes an argument containing the text of the head, typesets it, and prepares the paragraph formatting. Attributes could contain: h&j, pshape, head format, body declarations (i.e., fonts), head indent, head-sep/head-skip, above-skip, below-skip Any comments? Achim ________________________________________________________________________                                 _ | \_____/ |     // Achim Blumensath | \ _ \O/ \___/\ |    // [log in to unmask] |-< /_\ =o= \ /\ \|  \X/ (p^2 - m^2)\psi = 0 |_/ \_ /"\ o----| ____________________________________________________________________\___|