Am 2011-03-14 um 07:33 schrieb Alasdair McAndrew:
Yes, I see that would be a non-trivial problem. Maybe as a stop-gap
some ConTeXt files could be provided which at least roughly emulate
a few standard LaTeX styles?
We senior ConTeXt users won’t look thoroughly at "a few standard LaTeX
styles" just to copy their look for a few switchers.
We don’t need them. We design our own styles after our needs. We don’t
stick to a few "standard" styles. It’s ConTeXt, not LaTeX.
If you come up with specifications, we can help you implementing them.
Otherwise consider paying one of us for doing annoying, unnecessary
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