Re: [NTG-context] modifying kerning breaks opentype ligatures (and other features)

2018-12-11 Thread Rik Kabel
On 12/11/2018 15:54, Rik Kabel wrote: On 12/11/2018 07:06, Hans Hagen wrote: On 12/11/2018 11:34 AM, mf wrote: But i should consider all the text parts with a modified kerning and disable kerning around character sequences like "ff", "ffi", "fl" and so on. Luckily, the XHTML markup "knows"

[NTG-context] repo.or.cz/context.git

2018-12-11 Thread Henri Menke
Dear list, There is an online browsable repo with the ConTeXt sources at https://repo.or.cz/context.git It seems to be extremely outdated, the latest commit says beta 2014.02.14 17:07. I know that there is an up-to-date mirror at https://github.com/contextgarden/context-mirror but the Wiki links

Re: [NTG-context] modifying kerning breaks opentype ligatures (and other features)

2018-12-11 Thread Rik Kabel
On 12/11/2018 07:06, Hans Hagen wrote: On 12/11/2018 11:34 AM, mf wrote: But i should consider all the text parts with a modified kerning and disable kerning around character sequences like "ff", "ffi", "fl" and so on. Luckily, the XHTML markup "knows" where the kerning is modified: A

Re: [NTG-context] Monospace fallback kerning

2018-12-11 Thread Hans Åberg
> On 11 Dec 2018, at 21:18, Pablo Rodriguez wrote: > > On 12/11/18 3:05 PM, Hans Åberg wrote: >> In the example below, multiple spaces do not use the spacing of the >> fallback font for multiple spaces, but instead of the main font it >> seems, despite the ASCII U+0020 being in the forced

Re: [NTG-context] Monospace fallback kerning

2018-12-11 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
On 12/11/18 3:05 PM, Hans Åberg wrote: > In the example below, multiple spaces do not use the spacing of the > fallback font for multiple spaces, but instead of the main font it > seems, despite the ASCII U+0020 being in the forced override. So the > question is how to force ConTeXt to use the

[NTG-context] External Figure add caption or alternative text for tagged pdf/x

2018-12-11 Thread Kelley, Claire
Hi All. I am trying to embed an image in a pdf so that when you open the pdf in acrobat or another reader the image is correctly tagged as an image and there is alternative text. So far I am able to export the back end tags so that I can see tags on tables and paragraphs, but the image comes

[NTG-context] Monospace fallback kerning

2018-12-11 Thread Hans Åberg
In the example below, multiple spaces do not use the spacing of the fallback font for multiple spaces, but instead of the main font it seems, despite the ASCII U+0020 being in the forced override. So the question is how to force ConTeXt to use the fallback font also for multiple spaces. —

Re: [NTG-context] modifying kerning breaks opentype ligatures (and other features)

2018-12-11 Thread Hans Hagen
On 12/11/2018 1:45 PM, mf wrote: hm that is quit emessy yes? I found another solution (that we used once) that I can turn into a helper ... I'll send it off list \startbuffer[test] Some ligatures: float, finance, affine, affluent. Modified kerning: Some ligatures: float, finance, affine,

Re: [NTG-context] modifying kerning breaks opentype ligatures (and other features)

2018-12-11 Thread mf
did you play with \definefontfeature[whatever][keepligatures=auto] \definecharacterkerning [extrakerning] [factor=0.125,features=whatever] \starttext     \setcharacterkerning[extrakerning]     effe fietsen \stoptext Great! Thanks! This now works: \definefontfeature[frac][frac=yes]

Re: [NTG-context] modifying kerning breaks opentype ligatures (and other features)

2018-12-11 Thread Hans Hagen
On 12/11/2018 11:34 AM, mf wrote: But i should consider all the text parts with a modified kerning and disable kerning around character sequences like "ff", "ffi", "fl" and so on. Luckily, the XHTML markup "knows" where the kerning is modified: A paragraph with a modified kerning should

Re: [NTG-context] modifying kerning breaks opentype ligatures (and other features)

2018-12-11 Thread mf
But i should consider all the text parts with a modified kerning and disable kerning around character sequences like "ff", "ffi", "fl" and so on. Luckily, the XHTML markup "knows" where the kerning is modified: A paragraph with a modified kerning should become A paragraph with a modified