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Vertical Multicolumn (2019-01-16 12:03 by Heike #82430)

Hi there,

how to produce multicolumn japanese text with proper linebreak? The \hbox{\tate 青い} only provides one line at a time. Sorry if that has been asked before but I couldn't find a solution online.

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Re: Vertical Multicolumn (2019-01-17 16:35 by h7k #82438)

Hello,

> how to produce multicolumn japanese text with proper linebreak? The \hbox{\tate 青い} only provides one line at a time. Sorry if that has been asked before but I couldn't find a solution online.

A simple way is to load the lltjext package (by \usepackage).
This package add <> option (for specifying direction) to \parbox and minipage/tabular/array environments.

Example:
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\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{luatexja,lltjext}
\usepackage{multicol}
\usepackage{bxjalipsum}% for dummy text
\begin{document}
\columnsep=2\zw
\parbox<t>{40\zw}{% tate!
\begin{multicols}{2} \jalipsum{preamble} \end{multicols}}

\newpage
\parbox<t>{40\zw}{% tate!
\begin{multicols}{3} \jalipsum{preamble} \end{multicols}}

\newpage
\begin{minipage}<t>{40\zw}% tate!
\begin{multicols}{3} \jalipsum{preamble} \end{multicols}
\end{minipage}

\end{document}
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Re: Vertical Multicolumn (2019-09-01 02:20 by JPRidgeway #83483)

I cannot figure out how to use \hline to add lines in \tabular, even when <y>.
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