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15.3 Predefined Number Registers

Items marked with a dagger ([dagger]) appear in more recent versions of the me macros. You will need to double-check them on your system.

$0 [dagger]

Section depth

$1 [dagger]

First section number

$2 [dagger]

Second section number

$3 [dagger]

Third section number

$4 [dagger]

Fourth section number

$5 [dagger]

Fifth section number

$6 [dagger]

Sixth section number

$V [dagger]

Relative vertical spacing in displays

$c

Current column number

$d

Delayed text number

$f

Footnote number

$i [dagger]

Paragraph base indent

$l

Column width

$m

Number of columns in effect

$p

Numbered paragraph number

$s

Column indent

$v [dagger]

Relative vertical spacing in text

bi

Display (block) indent

bm

Bottom title margin

bs

Display (block) pre/post spacing

bt [dagger]

Block keep threshold

ch

Current chapter number

df [dagger]

Display font

es [dagger]

Equation pre/post space

ff [dagger]

Footnote font

fi [dagger]

Footnote indent (first line only)

fm

Footer margin

fp [dagger]

Footnote point size

fs

Footnote prespace

fu [dagger]

Footnote undent (from right margin)

hm

Header margin

ii

Indented paragraph indent

pf

Paragraph font

pi

Paragraph indent

po [dagger]

Simulated page offset

pp

Paragraph point size

ps

Paragraph prespace

qi

Quote indent (also shortens line)

qp

Quote point size

qs

Quote pre/post space

sf [dagger]

Section title font

si [dagger]

Relative base indent per section depth

so [dagger]

Additional section title offset

sp [dagger]

Section title point size

ss [dagger]

Section prespace

tf

Title font

tm

Top title margin

tp

Title point size

xs

Index entry prespace

xu [dagger]

Index undent (from right margin)

zs

Floating keep pre/post space


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