Message-Id: <9506071014.AA12705@waterloo.gig.nl> Date: Wed, 7 Jun 1995 12:15:19 +0100 To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: email@example.com (kitblake) Subject: Re: Text columns >> I don't want to get into tag suggestion here, but it would be simple to set >> a column width, perhaps as part of a paragraph tag. Given a mondo display, >> perhaps three columns of text would appear. A more modest monitor would >> show two, with the rest of the text following below as in present HTML. >> With a small monitor, only one column would show, but it's tagged width >> would still insure a measure of readability. > >Seems reasonable. However, it belongs in the style sheet, not a tag. >I assume you'd use the same set of units that are available for margin >setting. How it would interact with the margin settings needs to be >specified. Likewise, the gutter width needs to be dealt with >(implied by margins? Explicit? Either?). This thread has moved in that direction. I think a lot of the same people are reading both lists. If it doesn't appear I'll post something there. And I hope the Browser developmers are seeing your comments. >Using gf (the General Formatter) to generate Latex. GF comes with >Latex style documents that include a "twocolumn" option. Enable it in >the GF style sheet, and then format & print the resulting Latex. Like >I said - it worked fine, except for the header gif. I see, thanks.