Pablo Rodriguez schrieb am 14.10.18 um 20:38:
Dear list,
I have the following sample:
\define[1]\slide{\startmakeup[standard]#1\stopmakeup}
\definetype[texcode][style=\ttd, option=TEX]
\starttext
\slide{\texcode{\ifodd\pageno impar\else par\fi}}

Dear list,
I have the following sample:
\define[1]\slide{\startmakeup[standard]#1\stopmakeup}
\definetype[texcode][style=\ttd, option=TEX]
\starttext
\slide{\texcode{\ifodd\pageno impar\else par\fi}}
\startmakeup[standard]
\texcode{\ifodd\pageno impar\else par\fi}

It works for me when I add a space after each \MPcode{…} block.
\math{\MATRIX{\MPcode{...} ;\MPcode{...} }}
Wolfgang
Fabrice Couvreur schrieb am 14.10.18 um 12:18:
Hi Wolfgang,
Thank you for your solution.The space came from copy-paste because if
I do this, it does not work :

Fabrice Couvreur schrieb am 14.10.18 um 10:46:
Hi,
I tried to use Metafun and \definemathmatrix [pmatrix] [matrix:
parentheses] [simplecommand = MATRIX] to create two matrices, but that
does not work.
1. You have a space in [matrix: parentheses]
2. When you have only simple graphics like

Hi,
I tried to use Metafun and \definemathmatrix [pmatrix] [matrix:
parentheses] [simplecommand = MATRIX] to create two matrices, but that does
not work.
Thank you.
http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2018/41/7/1539507927-matrice.jpg

Hi,
I tried to use Metafun and \definemathmatrix [pmatrix] [matrix:
parentheses] [simplecommand = MATRIX] to create two matrices, but that does
not work.
Thank you.
Fabrice
[image: matrice.jpg]
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Hello list,
As a new user of ConTeXt, I have some trouble on trying out various
mathematics modules.
I tried to use the nath module by directly including `\usemodule[nath]`
in my source file. It seems that the module is not loaded. I read
through the wiki page and found that nath is not