Re: [NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, July 23, 2007 luigi scarso wrote: the fit assumes operating on a page not in a box; an alternative is: \framed[width=5cm,height4cm] {\externalfigure[mill.png][maxwidth=4cm,maxheight=5cm,width=10cm]} i.e. setting the maximum values hmm, \frame can be slow. Maybe something

Re: [NTG-context] \setupheader: leftstyle rightstyle

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, July 22, 2007 Mojca Miklavec wrote: However, there seems to be a little bug. This works perfectly well for section (\getmarking[section]), but for chapter the chapter labels seem to be erased after the first appearance. Do you have a \page[even] in between? I've found that the

Re: [NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, July 22, 2007 Hans Hagen wrote: the fit assumes operating on a page not in a box; Ah, didn't know that. I couldn't even tell from the sources, since it uses enclosing box dimensions and not page or paper sizes. I suspect the logic is broken at the page level too though, let me explain

[NTG-context] Typo in xtag-pre.tex

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/share/texmf/tex/context/base$ grep letterhar * xtag-pre.tex:\defineXMLentities [tex-hat]{\letterhar}{\^{}} [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/share/texmf/tex/context/base$ grep letterhat * cont-new.tex: \let\normalsuper\letterhat cont-new.tex:

Re: [NTG-context] makempy (pstoedit - gs) hangs

2007-07-24 Thread Hans Hagen
Wolfgang Werners-Lucchini wrote: Hallo! the following code let ghostscript fail. What is wrong her? Wolfgang \setupcolors [state=start] \starttext \useMPlibrary[txt] \startlinecorrection \TightText{\ss\bf 123}{0cm}{3cm}{red} \stoplinecorrection \stoptext % %ConTeXt ver:

Re: [NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-24 Thread Hans Hagen
Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: I hadn't thought about using width and maxwidth (and maxheight) at the same time, thanks. Of course, I'd rather have 'fit' and 'max' usable in boxes :) sure, i'll redo that part anyway, since in luatex we can calculate in lua instead of tex which is more convenient

[NTG-context] Framing a linetable?

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, is it possible to put a frame around a linetable? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the Wiki! maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl /

[NTG-context] Happy Birthday, Wiki

2007-07-24 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hi, it's the wiki's third birthday today :-) Thanks to all who participate, encourage me and thanks to DANTE e.V. for kind sponsoring! http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20040724.092052.fec357d1.en.html Patrick

[NTG-context] Fwd: [pdftex] Fwd: [tug-members] tug2007 online

2007-07-24 Thread Steffen Wolfrum
Hi, below you may find links to the talks (in various multimedia formats) that our dear gurus just held. Very nice that this is made available! Steffen Anfang der weitergeleiteten E-Mail: Von: Martin Schröder [EMAIL PROTECTED] Datum: 24. Juli 2007 01:02:52 MESZ An: PDF-TeX mailing list

[NTG-context] placefigure

2007-07-24 Thread Liesbeth van der Plas
Hallo context users, I have a basic problem on laoding vector drawings. The photograph loads all right, the cat-drawing doensn't show up. \useexternalfigure[jpgPhotoSmall][photo][type=jpg,width=2cm]

Re: [NTG-context] placefigure

2007-07-24 Thread luigi scarso
On 7/24/07, Liesbeth van der Plas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hallo context users, I have a basic problem on laoding vector drawings. The photograph loads all right, the cat-drawing doensn't show up.

Re: [NTG-context] placefigure

2007-07-24 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello, I have a basic problem on laoding vector drawings. The photograph loads all right, the cat-drawing doensn't show up. Perhaps this is due to the fact that pdftex doesn't handle eps? If this is true, you can convert eps files to pdf with epstopdf, that ships with texlive. Patrick

Re: [NTG-context] Happy Birthday, Wiki

2007-07-24 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz
Thank you for providing this wonderful tool! I can't even begin to count the occasions when I found the solution I was desperately looking for right there on the wiki. The wiki has really changed my way of working with ConTeXt. Keep up the good work, Patrick! Thomas On Jul 24, 2007, at

Re: [NTG-context] Typo in xtag-pre.tex

2007-07-24 Thread Hans Hagen
Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/share/texmf/tex/context/base$ grep letterhar * xtag-pre.tex:\defineXMLentities [tex-hat]{\letterhar}{\^{}} [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/share/texmf/tex/context/base$ grep letterhat * cont-new.tex:

Re: [NTG-context] Framing a linetable?

2007-07-24 Thread Hans Hagen
Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, is it possible to put a frame around a linetable? you mean the whole table? probably a matter of hooks; linetables work page-wise which may complicate things a bit so it has to be applied piecewise Hans

[NTG-context] Columns and colour background [urgent]

2007-07-24 Thread Oliver Buerschaper
Dear folks, I'm reposting this because I haven't got any answers so far and also because this is somewhat urgent for me. I need this for a scientific poster which is due rather soon ... Please share your valuable advice with me :-) Oliver Consider this: --- \setupcolors

Re: [NTG-context] Some minor issus

2007-07-24 Thread Steffen Fritzsche
[..] then try \clubpenalty=1 \widowpenalty=1 \brokenpenalty 0 Any change? Yes, this is exactly working as it should. And also the footnotes are not continued on the next side if I set \brokenpenalty to 0. Steffen

Re: [NTG-context] placefigure

2007-07-24 Thread Liesbeth van der Plas
I don't succeed in using the program epstopdf for my drawing. Probably it is also not very handy to alter a lot of drawings bij hand first? Or maybe there is a way to make MetaPost drawings without learning the MetaPost language? I have a lot of drawings made in Macromedia(=Adobe) Flash (or

Re: [NTG-context] placefigure

2007-07-24 Thread Roelof Langman
This is a simple case of rtfm. From chapter 7 of the pdftex manual: pdfTEX supports inclusion of pictures in png, jpeg, tiff and pdf format. The most common technique -the inclusion of eps figures- is replaced by pdf inclusion. eps files can be converted to pdf by GhostScript, Acrobat Distiller

Re: [NTG-context] Columns and colour background [urgent]

2007-07-24 Thread Taco Hoekwater
Oliver Buerschaper wrote: Dear folks, I'm reposting this because I haven't got any answers so far and also because this is somewhat urgent for me. I need this for a scientific poster which is due rather soon ... Please share your valuable advice with me :-) Try adding

Re: [NTG-context] placefigure

2007-07-24 Thread Martin Schröder
2007/7/24, Roelof Langman [EMAIL PROTECTED]: This is a simple case of rtfm. From chapter 7 of the pdftex manual: pdfTEX supports inclusion of pictures in png, jpeg, tiff and pdf format. Please update. tiff is long gone... Best Martin

Re: [NTG-context] Happy Birthday, Wiki

2007-07-24 Thread Aditya Mahajan
On Tue, 24 Jul 2007, Patrick Gundlach wrote: Hi, it's the wiki's third birthday today :-) Thanks to all who participate, encourage me and thanks to DANTE e.V. for kind sponsoring! http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20040724.092052.fec357d1.en.html Thank you for providing this

Re: [NTG-context] Columns and colour background [urgent]

2007-07-24 Thread Oliver Buerschaper
Thanks, Taco! That workes even better than I thought ... a column gap without color is more a feature to me than anything else ;-) Oliver P.S. Why's the option=background necessary from an interface point of view? Doesn't everything else (especially \framed) do without it happily? Try

[NTG-context] Linetable columns with natural width

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, I really like linetables, but there's one thing I'm having problems with: setting its column to have a 'natural' width depending on maximum content width, and letting ConTeXt calculate this automatically. Is it possible? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

[NTG-context] Nested comma list processing problems

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, I'm trying to get a comma list element from within a processaction from within a processcommacommand. Obviously, ConTeXt gets confused by which commalistelement is which, and bombs out complaining about incomplete paragraphs and so. Is there a set of macros which I have to push/pop

[NTG-context] Unnumbered TOC

2007-07-24 Thread John R. Culleton
Sections have numbers, subjects etc. don't. What I want is a series of subdividisions (subject, subsubject etc. without visible numbers which nevertheless show up in a chapter table of contents, again without numbers, just page numbers. I tried defining a combined list foo thus:

Re: [NTG-context] Nested comma list processing problems

2007-07-24 Thread Peter Rolf
Hi Giuseppe, Giuseppe Bilotta schrieb: Hello all, I'm trying to get a comma list element from within a processaction from within a processcommacommand. Just guessing.. If your list contains comma-separated-lists, you should use \processallactionsinset (s. syst-gen.tex). ...but it's

Re: [NTG-context] Unnumbered TOC

2007-07-24 Thread luigi scarso
On 7/24/07, John R. Culleton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sections have numbers, subjects etc. don't. What I want is a series of subdividisions (subject, subsubject etc. without visible numbers which nevertheless show up in a chapter table of contents, again without numbers, just page numbers. I

Re: [NTG-context] Fwd: [pdftex] Fwd: [tug-members] tug2007 online

2007-07-24 Thread luigi scarso
On 7/24/07, Steffen Wolfrum [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, below you may find links to the talks (in various multimedia formats) that our dear gurus just held. Very nice that this is made available! really ,really cool. -- luigi

Re: [NTG-context] Nested comma list processing problems

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hi Peter, Just guessing.. If your list contains comma-separated-lists, you should use \processallactionsinset (s. syst-gen.tex). ...but it's not quite clear to me, what's your exact problem. A minimal example would help. Thanks for the reply. We've radically changed the way we handle