[latexrefman] node \par
vincent.belaiche at gmail.com
Mon Aug 9 06:24:41 CEST 2021
Sorry for my mistake, reading again chap 6 or the TeXByTopic, I found
that ``horizontal mode'' and ``unrestrcited horizontal mode'' are
synonyms. Simlarly ``vertical mode'' and `\outer vertical mode''. The
latters are just as opposed to restrcited horizontal mode, resp. inner
Le lun. 9 août 2021 à 05:55, Vincent Belaïche
<vincent.belaiche at gmail.com> a écrit :
> I came accross this statement (node \par):
> In LR mode or a vertical mode the '\par' command does nothing but it
> terminates paragraph mode, switching LaTeX to vertical mode (*note
> It is hard to understand. I propose to change this as follows
> In LR mode the \par command does nothing and is ignored.
> In paragraphe mode the '\par' command terminates paragraph mode,
> switching LaTeX to vertical mode (*note
> While I am at it, I think we need to mention in the Modes node that
> (am I wrong?)
> 1) ``paragraph mode'' is named `ùnrestricted horizontal mode'' in plain TeX,
> 2) ``horizontal mode'' means either unrestricted horizontal (aka
> paragraph) or restricted horizontal (aka LR) mode
> 3) ``vertical mode'' means ``outer vertical'' or `ìnner vertical mode''
> Comments welcome.
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