On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 6:40 PM, Oliv <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
>  I'm new with ConTeXt. However, during my University years, I frequently
>  used LaTeX.
>  As I'm mostly writing in French, I'd like to know how to configure
>  ConTeXt for the French typesetting.
>  I've already tried the \mainlanguage [fr] switch but this doesn't seem
>  to be enough. For example, it does not insert automatically a small
>  space before the !?: punctuation symbols.
>  So I'm looking for something more complete, like the Babel French or
>  French LE packages worked with LaTeX.


You can look at this thread :

There's a solution but not perfect since you mustn't put space before
those spaces.

I hope Arthur Reutenauer had met Hans in order to find a solution.

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