sorry, my silly fault.
The main problem was to use \setuptyping instead of \definetyping.
When I was trying to create an as-small-as-possible example, I forgot to insert
\enableregime to the header, so I encountered additional error messages.
Sorry again for wasting your (and all readers') time.
On Thu, 13 Jan 2011 12:18:12 +0100, Wolfgang Schuster
Am 13.01.2011 um 12:11 schrieb Procházka Lukáš Ing. - Pontex s. r. o.:
OSave your file in utf-8 encoding, my editor shows me your t.txt is currently
encoded as “ISO 8859-7”.
... Yes, that's a possibility. But as I can remember, this was fixed and there
was no requirement for the file to be UTF-8 encoded (see
The file I want to typeset is generated by another program, which uses
diacritics (single bytes), CP1250.
And how should ConTeXt know that your file is in another encoding, in the
example you referred there was \enableregime[cp1250] at the begin of the
document but not in the document you now sent.
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