> On 29 Jun 2016, at 10:05, dr. Hans van der Meer <havdm...@ziggo.nl> wrote:
> I do not understand the behaviour of the \sc macro. I thought smallcaps would 
> turn out to be smaller than capitals. But I see no difference between them 
> except a subtle difference in letterspacing. Am I doing something wrong here?
> Hans van der Meer

The above issue being solved, I guess there is something else in my setup not 
being as it should be.
Because the code:

{\sc abc}

Does give me abc in smallcaps, but placing the \setupbodyfont before the 
\starttext surprisingly does not.

{\sc abc}

Changing the lucidaot call for cambria or lmodern gives the expected coorect 
So I guess there is something amiss with how I did setup the lucida font in my 
I bought the lucida opentype font and installed my TeX trees as follows. The 
split between the ConTeXt directory and the one for my local files facilitates 
downloading new beta versions.

          LucidaBlackletterOT.otf .. LucidaSansTypewriterOT.otf
      user (my own modules)

        link to the above texmf
        further as downloaded from the beta

Strange thing furthermore is that changing the name of the lucidaot-directory 
in the texmf-tree does not seem to make any difference, not in any case when I 
execute "mtxrun --script font --reload --force" and afterwards "mtxrun --script 
context --make".

So I guess there are some things I did not right. Can that be spotted from the 
information given here?

Hans van der Meer


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