Re: [NTG-context] hyphenation not working

2005-03-21 Thread Christopher Creutzig
Hans Hagen wrote:
I do have a file called hyphen.tex. On Hans' suggestion, I copied this
to ushyph1.tex and ushyph2.tex. That didn't help. I also  changed my 
cont-usr.tex file, changing all lines that had ushyp* to hyphen. This 
also didn't work.

did you run mktexlsr ?
 And in case that's unexpected: You need to run texexec --make, since 
patterns are loaded at format generation.

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Re: [NTG-context] Temporarily turning off hyphenation?

2005-03-21 Thread Duncan Hothersall
Gerben Wierda wrote:
\def\ClearChapterQuote{\def\ChapterQuote{}}
\ClearChapterQuote
\def\ChQuoteFormat#1{\starttext%
 \startalignment[left]%
 \startnarrower[4*left] \noindent{\nohyphens\em #1}%
 \stopnarrower\stopalignment\stoptext\blank}
\setuphead[chapter]
 [page=left,
 before={\ChQuoteFormat{\ChapterQuote}\noheaderandfooterlines%
 \page[right]\blank[2*big]},
 after={\ClearChapterQuote\blank[3*big]}%
 \noheaderandfooterlines]
You should definitely not have the \starttext / \stoptext pair in there. 
There should only be one of those in an entire run - they come at the 
start of your content and the end.

The following, tested on Live, produces something which looks like it 
might be what you're after:

--
\def\ClearChapterQuote{\def\ChapterQuote{}}
\ClearChapterQuote
\def\ChQuoteFormat#1{%
 \startalignment[{left,nothyphenated}]%
 \startnarrower[4*left]\em #1%
 \stopnarrower\stopalignment\blank}
\setuphead[chapter]
 [page=left,
 before={\ChQuoteFormat{\ChapterQuote}\noheaderandfooterlines%
 \page[right]\blank[2*big]},
 after={\ClearChapterQuote\blank[3*big]}%
 \noheaderandfooterlines]
\starttext
\def\ChapterQuote{Something quite long so that we can tell whether or 
not hyphenation has occurred, hopefully this will do.}
\chapter{test}
Some text
\stoptext
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[NTG-context] Re: how to use Times Roman font

2005-03-21 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello,


[...]

  TeXExec 3.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 1997-2002

your ConTeXt is way too old. It doesn't have type-akb included. Either
update your ConTeXt or get type-akb from http://levana.de/context/ .

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[NTG-context] Re: Available fonts

2005-03-21 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello Idris,


 Is there a list of prepackaged fonts/typescripts that comes with 
 (fp/MiK/gw/te)TeX/ConTeXt? 

Not that I know of. The distributions should supply a list of
available fonts.


 I think it is important for that info to be made very public.

I agree completely.


I always wanted to start a section fonts on contextgarden with
samples and instructions on how to use the supplied fonts.

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[NTG-context] Re: how to use Times Roman font

2005-03-21 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello Idris,

\usetypescript [adobekb][\defaultencoding]
\setupbodyfont[pos]

\usetypescript[times][\defaultencoding]
\setupbodyfont[times,12pt]

\starttext
\input knuth
\bigskip

\stoptext

 On my system, using the above, the following happens (why??):

You don't have psnfss installed. (Wild guess)

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AW: [NTG-context] Export from Excel/Openoffice Calc to ConTeXt naturaltables ??

2005-03-21 Thread Michael Fuchs
Hi Luigi!

Did you write the XSL from scratch? Or did you have an example
to start with? If you found one I would like to have a look
for it as well. 

Regards Michael


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 Betreff: Re: [NTG-context] Export from Excel/Openoffice Calc 
 to ConTeXt naturaltables ??
 
 Michael Fuchs wrote:
 
 Hi!
 
 Does anybody have an idea how I can get a Openoffice Calc
 table in such a way exported, that I can directly use it
 in ConTeXt? Does anybody had a similar problem earlier?
 
 Thanks for your help in advance
 
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 For Excel, i save file as XML and then process with an xslt 
 stylesheet to
 produce context code (i wrote by my self this stylesheet; it's not 
 really complicated).
 For OpenOffice...it's the same because OO saves file as xml (they are 
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Re: [NTG-context] Re: Layout stuff

2005-03-21 Thread h h extern
Paul Tremblay wrote:
There is, of course, \parshape. And I know that Hans does a lot of
paragraph trickery (see for example coloumns).
 
If you can get pages with different widths to work, please let me know!
Like I said, I posted the problematic code in the wiki. It would be
great to get this to work.
for controlled situations it's doable by setting the parshape
so, for novels you can use:
\startsetups [grid] [*default]
  \nopenalties
\stopsetups
\setuppagenumbering
  [alternative=doublesided]
\setuplayout
  [grid=yes]
\definelayout
  [odd]
  [width=10cm,
   lines=40]
\definelayout
  [even]
  [width=8cm,
   lines=40]
\setuplayout
  [odd]
\setuptolerance
  [verytolerant]
\showframe
\def\SetLineWidths
  {\scratchtoks \emptytoks
   \ifdim\pagegoal=\maxdimen
 \scratchdimen\textheight
 \ifodd\realpageno
   \noflines\namedlayoutparameter{odd}{lines}%
 \else
   \noflines\namedlayoutparameter{even}{lines}%
 \fi
   \else
 \scratchdimen\dimexpr\pagegoal-\pagetotal\relax
 \advance\scratchdimen-\topskipgap
 \getnoflines\scratchdimen
   \fi
   \ifdim\scratchdimen\lineheight
 \page
   \else
 \scratchcounter\noflines\relax
 \ifodd\realpageno
   \doSetLineWidths{odd}{even}%
 \else
   \doSetLineWidths{even}{odd}%
 \fi
 \parshape \scratchcounter \the\scratchtoks \relax \ignorespaces
   \fi}
\def\doSetLineWidths#1#2%
  {\dorecurse\noflines
 {\appendetoks 0cm \namedlayoutparameter{#1}{width} \to\scratchtoks}%
   \dorecurse{2}
 {\advance\scratchcounter\namedlayoutparameter{#2}{lines}\relax
  \dorecurse{\namedlayoutparameter{#2}{lines}}
{\appendetoks 0cm \namedlayoutparameter{#2}{width} \to\scratchtoks}%
  \advance\scratchcounter\namedlayoutparameter{#1}{lines}\relax
  \dorecurse{\namedlayoutparameter{#1}{lines}}
{\appendetoks 0cm \namedlayoutparameter{#1}{width} \to\scratchtoks}}}
\dontcomplain
\EveryPar{\SetLineWidths}
\starttext
\dorecurse{25}{\dorecurse{4}{\input tufte }\par}
\stoptext
no guarantees, no kernel stuff either, maybe some fun module
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Re: [NTG-context] Title-page overlay / wiki example

2005-03-21 Thread h h extern
Nikolai Weibull wrote:
* Willi Egger (Mar 20, 2005 18:00):
May be you should try a buffer to put the typing in. In the overlay
you can call the buffer with \typebuffer[...]

\startbuffer[title]
...
\stopbuffer
\defineoverlay
  [TitleGraphic]
  [{\startcolor[titlegraphic]\typebuffer[title]\stopcolor}]
\setupbackgrounds[page][background=TitleGraphic]
The problem with that is that everything winds up on one line for some
reason,
a good reason: it's a hbox, so you need ...[\vbox{...}]...
alternative regexp title page (nice example for wiki)
% \startbuffer[title]
% /(.*?)testexpr/io
% /t(.*?)estexpr/io
% /te(.*?)stexpr/io
% /tes(.*?)texpr/io
% /test(.*?)expr/io
% /teste(.*?)xpr/io
% /testex(.*?)pr/io
% /testexp(.*?)r/io
% /testexpr(.*?)/io
% \stopbuffer
\definetype[ytyp][color=yellow]
\startbuffer[title]
\type{/(}\ytyp{h}\type{*?)testexpr/io}\par
\type{/t(}\ytyp{a}\type{*?)estexpr/io}\par
\type{/te(}\ytyp{n}\type{*?)stexpr/io}\par
\type{/tes(}\ytyp{s}\type{*?)texpr/io}\par
\type{/test(}\ytyp{h}\type{*?)expr/io}\par
\type{/teste(}\ytyp{a}\type{*?)xpr/io}\par
\type{/testex(}\ytyp{g}\type{*?)pr/io}\par
\type{/testexp(}\ytyp{e}\type{*?)r/io}\par
\type{/testexpr(}\ytyp{n}\type{*?)/io}\par
\stopbuffer
\setupcolors[state=start]
\definelayer
  [TitleGraphic]
  [width=\paperwidth,
   height=\paperheight]
\setlayer
  [TitleGraphic]
  [preset=lefttop]
  {\scale
 [width=\paperwidth,
  height=\paperheight]
 {\framed
[frame=off,
 offset=overlay,
 background=color,
 backgroundcolor=blue,
 foregroundcolor=red,
 align=normal]
% {\setuptyping[before=,after=]\typebuffer[title]}}}
{\getbuffer[title]}}}
\setupbackgrounds[page][background=TitleGraphic]
\starttext
\startstandardmakeup
\stopstandardmakeup
\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Re: Two problems with my chapter quote setup

2005-03-21 Thread h h extern
Gerben Wierda wrote:
On 20 Mar 2005, at 18:05, Patrick Gundlach wrote:
[...]
http://mail.rna.nl/~gerben/problem-test.tar.gz

I get only a blank page.

If you open problem-test/products/prd_book.pdf from the archive you will 
see that on the page numbered 7 (the 9th page in the PDF file) there is 
text. At that stage the frontmatter ends and the first chapter should 
start. It should start with the quote on page 8 (without a page number) 
and the start of the chapter on page 9. But what actually happens is 
that 8 and 9 are empty pages with a page number and the quote is on page 
10 and the chapter starts on 11.

I suspect that \stopfrontmatter forces a page. Hans?
indeed
  \setupsectionblock [frontpart] [page=] % yes by default
the reason is that marks needs to be synchronized; if you add your own \page 
command, make sure that you do it at the right moment

page changes are always a bit tricky esp since one wants header etc to be nicely 
in sync as well; also,

\page some node \page
can introduce empty pages (tex related, not so much context)
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Re: [NTG-context] Temporarily turning off hyphenation?

2005-03-21 Thread Hans Hagen
Duncan Hothersall wrote:
You should definitely not have the \starttext / \stoptext pair in there. 
There should only be one of those in an entire run - they come at the 
start of your content and the end.
indeed; at the document level it does not hurt
\starttext
   
   \starttext
   
   \stoptext
   
\stoptext
since nesting is handled (this permits to include docs that have their own start 
stop pair);

but at the macro level or inside another structured element iit should be 
avoided
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Re: [NTG-context] how to use Times Roman font

2005-03-21 Thread Hans Hagen
Matthias Weber wrote:
Xue,
 I am not a font expert at all, and we are on different platforms.
If I understand correctly, the font mechanism in TeXExec has been
changing, and different  ConTeXt versions rely on different versions of
pdfeTeX (not only for font reasons, but also for pdf features).
not really, they try to adapt themselves invisible
It should be imperative to use compatible versions of both, even though
I have no clue how to achieve this -- (on the Mac, Gerben's iinstaller
is nicely taking care of this, but I don't know about Windows)
normally this is no problem, i run old and new versions alongside; teh biggest 
change in the latest pdftex is that the locations of the enc/map files have 
changed (not context related, more tds/texmf); context never used the pdftex cfg 
file so no problems should be expected there

In my recent experience, it was not a good idea to use the latest 
(March) ConTeXt beta
without making sure that your remaining TeX installation (including 
fonts) is completely
up-to-date. As I don't know how easy it is to move to some other  
'release' on Windows,
I don't know how feasible this recommendation is. Maybe somebody on 
Windows for whom
times works can give you some information which versions he is using, 
and how to get them.
for the transition to latim modern one indeed needs latin modern fonts (zip on 
our website); making this change has to happen anyway; also, when one uses latin 
modern as well as context pattern files; one can use more font encodings with 
regards to hyphenation

I also wonder why the pdf made at ConTeXtgarden opens in Acrobat with 
font substitution -- the fonts should be
universally available, I believe.
strange, this should not happen with an embedded font
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[NTG-context] Re: how to use Times Roman font

2005-03-21 Thread Patrick Gundlach

[...]

 I also wonder why the pdf made at ConTeXtgarden opens in Acrobat with
 font substitution -- 

I wonder why. Which fonts are substituted? What is your input file?

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Re: [NTG-context] Repost: Two problems with my chapter quote setup (Modified by Gerben Wierda)

2005-03-21 Thread h h extern
Gerben Wierda wrote:
I forgot one part at the end. Here it is again.
I've got this in my environment file:
\def\ClearChapterQuote{\def\ChapterQuote{}}
\ClearChapterQuote
\def\ChQuoteFormat#1{\starttext%
   ^^ no
\startalignment[left]%
\startnarrower[4*left] \noindent{\hyphenpenalty 1\em #1}%
    see below
\stopnarrower\stopalignment\stoptext\blank}
   no
\setuphead[chapter]
[page=left,
before={\ChQuoteFormat{\ChapterQuote}\noheaderandfooterlines%
\page[right]\blank[2*big]},
  ^^ space at top is discarded, use [force,2*big]
after={\ClearChapterQuote\blank[3*big]}%
\noheaderandfooterlines]
I've got two problems with this setup:
a bit more readable (less code in key/val)
\setuphead
  [chapter]
  [page=,
   before=\setups{chapter:before},
   after=\setups{chapter:after}]
\startsetups chapter:before
\page[left]
\noheaderandfooterlines
\startalignment[left,nothyphenated]
\startnarrower[4*left]
\noindent \em \setups[chapter:quote]
\stopnarrower
\stopalignment
\resetsetups[quote:text]
\page[right]
\noheaderandfooterlines
\blank[force,2*big]
\stopsetups
\startsetups [chapter:after]
\blank[3*big]
\stopsetups
\setupheadertexts[header]
\setupfootertexts[footer]
\starttext
\startsetups [chapter:quote]
For what can a man accomplish that has not been done
a million times before? What can he say that he will not
find in Lao-Tse or the Bhagavadgita or the Prophet Isaiah?
\stopsetups
\chapter{TEST}
\stoptext
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[NTG-context] footnote placement

2005-03-21 Thread Idris Samawi Hamid
Dear gang,
I think this may have been missed, so I'm sending it again.
Best
Idris
=
Thu, 17 Mar 2005 21:24:43 -0700==
Dear syndicate,
1. When I place footnotes as endnotes, they overflow the page, like an 
oversize \vbox.

2. E.g.
\input tufte
does not work from inside \footnote{}
Here is a test file.
Best
Idris
==test-notes===
\setupoutput[pdftex]
\setupfootnotes[location=text]
\starttext
\dorecurse{14}
{\input tufte\footnote{Here is a footnote.\par Here is a footnote.\par 
Here is a footnote.}
\par
\input knuth\footnote{Here is a footnote.\par Here is a footnote.\par Here 
is a footnote.}
\par}

%\dorecurse{14} % THIS DOES NOT WORK!!!
%{\input tufte\footnote{\input tufte}
%\par
%\input knuth\footnote{\input knuth}
%\par}
\section{notes}
\placefootnotes[location=text,split=tolerant]
% the split option does not help:-(
\stoptext
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RE: [NTG-context] Re: how to use Times Roman font

2005-03-21 Thread Stefano
Patrick,

I tried the following both on the latest (2005-03-16) complete ConTeXt for
Windows mswincontext.zip and on live.contextgarden.net ...

\usetypescript[times][texnansi]
\setupbodyfont[times,12pt]
\starttext
\showfontstrip
\showbodyfont[times]
Roman \bf bold \it italics
\stoptext

On my system, the times font is completely blank and the log file complains
of missing characters (see my post from yesterday), while opening the
Acrobat file produced from live.contextgarden.net produces the following
message:

Could not find a font in the Resources dictionary - using Helvetica
instead.

In both cases, the roman font times is missing or incomplete to some
degree.  Am I using the correct syntax?  The times typescript is defined in
the ConTeXt files ...

Regards,

Stefano

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  I also wonder why the pdf made at ConTeXtgarden opens in Acrobat with
  font substitution --

 I wonder why. Which fonts are substituted? What is your input file?

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Fwd: RE: Configuring 2 trees [was RE: [NTG-context] Times New Roman]

2005-03-21 Thread Idris Samawi Hamid
I have not installed the 3-16 mswincontext.zip yet but could you check 
this Hans (resend in case you missed it;-)?

Idris
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Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 11:41:19 -0700
= Original Message From Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED] =
1. Remember that I need both aleph and pdfetex formats; can you do 
that?
--engine
could you give me an example of its use in building a format?
or in texexec.ini (rme):
set UseEnginePath to  true
Ok, now I have
\texmf-mswin\web2c\aleph
\texmf-mswin\web2c\pdfetex
but aleph is looking in the wrong directory:
This is Aleph, Version 3.141592-1.15-2.1-0.0-rc4 (Web2c 7.5.3)
 \write18 enabled.
Copyright (c) 2002--2004 the Aleph task force
---! c:\CONTEXT\texmf-mswin/web2c/pdfetex/cont-en.fmt was written by 
pdfetex
(Fatal format file error; I'm stymied)

Is there a configuration option I'm missing?
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[NTG-context] kerning and TFM problems

2005-03-21 Thread Steffen Wolfrum
Hi,
I want to use OSX HelveticaNeue font.
So I open it in FontForge and - because I'd like to use the kerning 
information - generate the Font with its PFB, AFM and TFM files.

According to Bill's help page it should work by (renaming and) 
placing the phnr8r.tfm in its tfm folder, the phnr8a.afm and 
phnr8a.pfb in its respective folders (within my texfm-font tree).

Then I need a mapfile texnansi-helveticaneue.map with the line:
phnr8r HelveticaNeue 4  phnr8a.pfb texnansi.enc
And my test file looks like this:
\loadmapfile[texnansi-adobe-helveticaneue.map]
\definefontsynonym[HelveticaNeue][phnr8r][encoding=texnansi]
\definefont[MySecondFont][HelveticaNeue]
\starttext
\MySecondFont I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold 
there grew.
\stoptext

But it results in problems with the TFM file. Why?
! Font \**MySecondFont**=phnr8r at 12.0pt not loadable: Bad metric (TFM) 
file.
to be read again
   \relax
\dododefinefont ...ontspec {#2}\rawfontidentifier
  \let \localrelativefontsiz...
\redodefinefont #1#2#3-\dododefinefont {#1}{#2}
\doifsetupselse {#3} {\setup...
l.7 \MySecondFont
  I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold th...
?

Steffen
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Re: [NTG-context] kerning and TFM problems

2005-03-21 Thread luigi.scarso
Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
Hi,
I want to use OSX HelveticaNeue font.
So I open it in FontForge and - because I'd like to use the kerning 
information - generate the Font with its PFB, AFM and TFM files.

According to Bill's help page it should work by (renaming and) placing 
the phnr8r.tfm in its tfm folder, the phnr8a.afm and phnr8a.pfb in its 
respective folders (within my texfm-font tree).

Then I need a mapfile texnansi-helveticaneue.map with the line:
phnr8r HelveticaNeue 4  phnr8a.pfb texnansi.enc
And my test file looks like this:
\loadmapfile[texnansi-adobe-helveticaneue.map]
\definefontsynonym[HelveticaNeue][phnr8r][encoding=texnansi]
\definefont[MySecondFont][HelveticaNeue]
\starttext
\MySecondFont I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold 
there grew.
\stoptext

But it results in problems with the TFM file. Why?
! Font \**MySecondFont**=phnr8r at 12.0pt not loadable: Bad metric 
(TFM) file.
to be read again
   \relax
\dododefinefont ...ontspec {#2}\rawfontidentifier
  \let 
\localrelativefontsiz...

\redodefinefont #1#2#3-\dododefinefont {#1}{#2}
\doifsetupselse {#3} 
{\setup...
l.7 \MySecondFont
  I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of 
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Did you re-hash (mktexlsr or something similar) ?
luigi
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[NTG-context] Re: Going crazy with font conversion (diaeresis)!

2005-03-21 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello Steffen,

 But using Helvetica (from OSX system fonts) just won't work:

using? With ConTeXt? With LaTeX? With TeX? Is this a ConTeXt related
problem? Or is the problem with your font?

Patrick
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Re: [NTG-context] Available fonts

2005-03-21 Thread Idris Samawi Hamid
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 19:28:47 +0100, Willi Egger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hi Idris,
Yes indeed there sould be a file to test the built-in fonts.
Recently I was working on that. The file is in the meantime sent to 
Hans, so that he can give me advice how to finalize it.- May be within 
short notice we will have a demo file.
That sounds like great news; looking forward to it!
Idris
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Fort Collins, CO 80523
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Re: [NTG-context] How do I create a table like this in ConTeXt?

2005-03-21 Thread Gerben Wierda
On 19 Mar 2005, at 20:38, Willi Egger wrote:
Hi Gerben,
There are different options.
first of all I would have a look into \bTABLE ...\eTABLE constructs 
see enatab.pdf manual.
Where do I find this manual?
Thanks,
G
secondly you might use \starttabulate ..\stoptabulate look at MAPS22 
Voorjaar 1999, pp 153.

Willi
Gerben Wierda wrote:
In LaTeX, a tabular environment produces a box which then can be part 
of another tabular. I tried to do the same with ConTeXt, but failed.
Can someone tell me how to produce
http://mail.rna.nl/~gerben/latex-table.pdf
with ConTeXt?
Thanks,
G
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Re: [NTG-context] How do I create a table like this in ConTeXt?

2005-03-21 Thread Gerben Wierda
On 19 Mar 2005, at 20:38, Willi Egger wrote:
secondly you might use \starttabulate ..\stoptabulate look at MAPS22 
Voorjaar 1999, pp 153.
I did look at that. I cannot see how that helps me recreating the 
example I posted, sorry.

G
PS. Is it me or is tabulating in ConTeXt a bit counterintuitive? For 
instance, take the exampl efrom MAPS:

\starttabulate[|l|k2c|r|]
\NC this and that \NC left and right \NC here and there \NC \NR
Why 4(!) \NC's here? There are only 3 columns...
G
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Re: [NTG-context] How do I create a table like this in ConTeXt?

2005-03-21 Thread Thomas A . Schmitz
You can download it here:
https://www.pragma-pod.com/dir/general/manuals/enattab.pdf
Best
Thomas
On Mar 21, 2005, at 8:18 PM, Gerben Wierda wrote:
Where do I find this manual?
Thanks,
G
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Re: [NTG-context] How do I create a table like this in ConTeXt?

2005-03-21 Thread Tobias Burnus
Hi,


Gerben Wierda wrote:
 On 19 Mar 2005, at 20:38, Willi Egger wrote:
 There are different options.
 first of all I would have a look into \bTABLE ...\eTABLE constructs
 see enatab.pdf manual.
 Where do I find this manual?
As always: Go to http://www.pragma-ade.com/dir/  and look around.
http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/manuals/enattab.pdf


 \starttabulate[|l|k2c|r|]
 \NC this and that \NC left and right \NC here and there \NC \NR

 Why 4(!) \NC's here? There are only 3 columns... 
Well, in prinziple two \NC would be enough col1 \NC col2 \NC col3 \NR;
but the idea is seeming as follows:
anytime a new column begins/ends the \NC is added,  add it always when
you would add a vertical line in a table (though nice-looking tables
shan't have that many |).

Tobias
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Re: [NTG-context] how to place figures next to each other

2005-03-21 Thread Peter
Matthias Weber wrote:
The best I can get is
\starttext
\useexternalfigure[myfigure][filename][width=1in]
\placetable[here][tab:2figures]{none}
 [...]
Thanks for the try. I've also tried columns. But the floating mechanism 
and columns/tables doesn't cooperate very well...

Maybe there is a way to increment the figure counter by hand? And to add 
a label for the added figurenumber? Then I can make the 
[2*1]-combination appear as two independent figures.

the only problem then is the caption of the combination. I don't want 
that caption, and I don't want the space that is occupied by that caption.

greetings
Peter
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Re: [NTG-context] How do I create a table like this in ConTeXt?

2005-03-21 Thread Hans Hagen
Tobias Burnus wrote:
Well, in prinziple two \NC would be enough col1 \NC col2 \NC col3 \NR;
interesting thought -)
as with most table mechanism that use halign, some separator is needed; also, in 
context actually there are (hidden) extra columns used for spacing issues;

i once had a bunch of macros that took the ibm line/corner chars as separators, 
kind of ascii wysiwyg

Hans
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Re: [NTG-context] How do I create a table like this in ConTeXt?

2005-03-21 Thread Hans Hagen
Gerben Wierda wrote:
On 19 Mar 2005, at 20:38, Willi Egger wrote:
secondly you might use \starttabulate ..\stoptabulate look at MAPS22 
Voorjaar 1999, pp 153.

I did look at that. I cannot see how that helps me recreating the 
example I posted, sorry.

G
PS. Is it me or is tabulating in ConTeXt a bit counterintuitive? For 
instance, take the exampl efrom MAPS:

\starttabulate[|l|k2c|r|]
\NC this and that \NC left and right \NC here and there \NC \NR
Why 4(!) \NC's here? There are only 3 columns...
to keep it kind of code-compatible with the starttable mechanism where each 
column is separated by NC or VL or .. ; just consider NC to be a column boundary 
mark

Hans
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Re: [NTG-context] 5 major problems with mswincontext.zip

2005-03-21 Thread ishamid
I just checked:

Not only aleph, but pdftex does not work with (o)dvips/dvipdfmx:

===
\starttext

Latin Modern

\input tufte.tex

\stoptext
===

If I run (o)dvips from TeXLive, I get

===
This is dvips(k) 5.94a Copyright 2003 Radical Eye Software 
(www.radicaleye.com)
' TeX output 2005.03.21:1943' - lm.ps
kpathsea: Running mktexpk --mfmode ljfour --bdpi 8000 --mag 1+0/8000 --dpi 
8000
ec-lmr12
mktexmf: empty or non-existent rootfile!
mktexpk: don't know how to create bitmap font for ec-lmr12.kpathsea: Appending 
f
ont creation commands to missfont.log.
dvips.exe: Font ec-lmr12 not found, characters will be left blank.
===

If I run it from  C:\ConTeXt I get

===
This is dvips(k) 5.94b Copyright 2004 Radical Eye Software 
(www.radicaleye.com)
dvips: ! Couldn't find header file tex.pro
===

Best
Idris


Professor Idris Samawi Hamid
Department of Philosophy
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523

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[NTG-context] Bold item separator?

2005-03-21 Thread dw
Greetings,

I can't seem to get an itemize list to have bold item separators, namely the R  UC Roman Numeral series. I bet it's really obvious *grinding teeth*. Anyone give me a clue?

Regards,
David
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[NTG-context] Chapter numbers in the right margin

2005-03-21 Thread Randall Skelton
Hi all,

Does anyone have a setuphead snipit and definition to place a large
chapter number in the right margin of the page on the first page of
each chapter?  I believe this should be similar (but simplier) than
what is done in 'ConTeXt an Excursion' but I wasn't able to find a
definition for that.  I'd be quite willing to put this up on the wiki
when I figure it out...

What I have so far doesn't really lead to much flexibility in terms of
positioning.  I'd like to be able to set both the horizontal and
vertical position of the chapter number.  I'd also like to have the
number shift vertically downwards for each new chapter.

\def\MyChapterText#1{#1 
  \inright{ \switchtobodyfont[MyTitling, 72pt] \rm \headnumber[chapter] }
}

\setuphead
   [Topic, chapter]
   [textcommand=\MyChapterText,
style={\switchtobodyfont[MyTitling, 16pt]\sc},
color=black,
number=no,
page=right,
continue=no,
header=empty,
before=\vbox to 4cm\bgroup,
after=\vss\egroup]

Many thanks,
Randall
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Re: [NTG-context] Chapter numbers in the right margin

2005-03-21 Thread luigi.scarso
Randall Skelton wrote:
Hi all,
Does anyone have a setuphead snipit and definition to place a large
chapter number in the right margin of the page on the first page of
each chapter?  I believe this should be similar (but simplier) than
what is done in 'ConTeXt an Excursion' but I wasn't able to find a
definition for that.  I'd be quite willing to put this up on the wiki
when I figure it out...
What I have so far doesn't really lead to much flexibility in terms of
positioning.  I'd like to be able to set both the horizontal and
vertical position of the chapter number.  I'd also like to have the
number shift vertically downwards for each new chapter.
\def\MyChapterText#1{#1 
 \inright{ \switchtobodyfont[MyTitling, 72pt] \rm \headnumber[chapter] }
}

\setuphead
  [Topic, chapter]
  [textcommand=\MyChapterText,
   style={\switchtobodyfont[MyTitling, 16pt]\sc},
   color=black,
   number=no,
   page=right,
   continue=no,
   header=empty,
   before=\vbox to 4cm\bgroup,
   after=\vss\egroup]
Many thanks,
Randall
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From cont-eni.pdf, chapter Text elements:
\setuphead[...][..,..=..,..]
:
command\command#1#2
numbercommand\command#1
textcommand\command#1
:
Use textcommand only for text, numbercommand only for number,
command for both;
you can see some examples in sectionVariations in titles .
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