Henning Hraban Ramm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Am 19.08.2004 um 23:39 schrieb Steffen Wolfrum: What should I write in my tex document so that ConTeXt understands the UTF-8 glyphs that I am typing with Polytonic Greek? Did you try \enableregime[utf8] Grüßlis vom Hraban! Sure,
Patrick Gundlach wrote: And the argument about being too LaTeXy: the encoding of these files is not LaTeX specific (besides from the fact that LaTeX can only handle T1/OT1 encoding right), so what is not generic about them? if you run afm2tfm on some files you get different results that the
Steffen Wolfrum wrote: Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Steffen Wolfrum wrote: Hi, when setting the \setupfootnotedefinition with location=margin, or location=inleft there is always a little distance between footnote number and footnote text. Neither width nor distance can affect it.
[...] The following works at live.contextgarden.net, but not on my Fedora Core 2 installation. Oh damned. The adobekb file does not exist on your system and ConTeXt doesn't feel like giving an error message :-( install http://levana.de/context/font/adobekb.tex into your homedir/TeX system.
Hi Hans, I'm very sorry - maybe i'm blind today - but I can't see any change. What does headcommand=\llap actually mean? I tried with various parameter, but again no effect. Could you give a small example please? Steffen Does this distance cannot be adjusted? can you make me
On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 22:57:07 +0200, Steffen Wolfrum [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I am about to edit a book with quotes in ancient (polyphonic) greek. How can this be done in ConTeXt? Well, you can always use aleph; see typ-omg.tex and m-gamma.tex for details. I can also send you a sample file
Patrick Gundlach wrote: Yes, but you stated that different metrics, different subpaths, urw instances either or not present. Different metrics? I can't see any differences in metrics between differnent distributions on those fonts! Can you? They come from one source, i.e psnfss. Different
Hello Hans, [...] but type-akb.tex should be there ... \usetypescriptfile[type-akb] Hmm, shouldn't \usetypescript[adobekb][..] be enough to load the file? I have just deleted my tetex 2 installation, so I can't verify. type-akb.tex didn't get loaded with fedora linux that the person
Patrick Gundlach wrote: Hello Hans, [...] but type-akb.tex should be there ... \usetypescriptfile[type-akb] Hmm, shouldn't \usetypescript[adobekb][..] be enough to load the file? I have just deleted my tetex 2 installation, so I can't verify. type-akb.tex didn't get loaded with fedora