On 8/17/13, Wolfgang Schuster <schuster.wolfg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The following example from Hans worked in my system:
> \usetypescriptfile[mathdigits]
> \usetypescript [mathdigits] [xits-dejavu] [arabicindic]
> \setupbodyfont[dejavu]
> \starttext
>    $3+2=5 \quad \bf 3+2=5$
> \stoptext

 Dear Wolfgang Schuster,

 The above code works on my system too, but in text mode the digits
are still in English.

> The DejaVu fonts are shipped with your context installation and you can use
> them
> with \setupbodyfont[dejavu], when you write \setupbodyfont[dejavusans]
> context
> uses Latin Modern because there is no typeface with the name “dejavusans”.

 Do you know in which files are these typefaces defined? I want to use
them as sample
 files and define my own typefaces (if I can at all).

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