[OS X TeX] vertical space in enumeration

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Tue Apr 1 18:39:19 EDT 2008

Le 2 avr. 08 à 00:25, Bruno Voisin a écrit :

> When processing \begin{document}, LaTeX executes a series a commands  
> including \@listi, which sets parameters for first-level lists  
> (lists within normal text), \@listii which sets parameters for  
> second-level lists (lists within lists), and so forth up to \@listvi.

Read "defines" instead of "executes" in the above. Meaning that:

- When reading size12.clo or similar LaTeX defines \@listi etc.

- When processing \begin{document} LaTeX executes \normalsize which  
redefines \@listi etc.

- When beginning a list LaTeX executes \@listi etc. depending on the  
level of the list.

Hence if you can refine \@listi yourself at the end of  
\begin{document} then you're done. Which is exactly what  
\AtBeginDocument is here for.

Bruno Voisin

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