Re: [NTG-context] Distance between table rows

2020-03-25 Thread Tim Steenvoorden
Could have known that :-O

Thanks Wolfgang for pointing that out!

Cheers,
Tim
On 25 Mar 2020, 14:36 +0100, Wolfgang Schuster 
, wrote:
> Tim Steenvoorden schrieb am 25.03.2020 um 10:31:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Trying to make my life a bit easier to add distances between tabulate
> > rows. Found the \TB macro on the wiki. But why does below code _not_ add
> > extra space when using the freshly defined \SR command below. So between
> > the _second_ and _third_ row? Some TeX expansion thing going on here?
>
> No, the command already exists but is local to the tabulate environment
> and your custom command is just overwritten.
>
> Wolfgang
>
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Re: [NTG-context] Distance between table rows

2020-03-25 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Tim Steenvoorden schrieb am 25.03.2020 um 10:31:

Hi all,

Trying to make my life a bit easier to add distances between tabulate 
rows. Found the \TB macro on the wiki. But why does below code _not_ add 
extra space when using the freshly defined \SR command below. So between 
the _second_ and _third_ row? Some TeX expansion thing going on here?


No, the command already exists but is local to the tabulate environment 
and your custom command is just overwritten.


Wolfgang

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[NTG-context] reference a paragraph

2020-03-25 Thread Alan Braslau
Hello,

One creates references for structure elements as, for example,

\startsubject [reference=sub:mysubject]
   ...
\stopsubject

and then can refer to these using, e.g.

\on{page} [sub:subject]



How might one reference a *paragraph*, for example?
Parallel syntax might suggest \startparagraph [reference=p:myparagraph]
but this is not implemented.
Perhaps there is another referencing command that I am not aware of?

Thank you

Alan
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Re: [NTG-context] Changing default rule thickness (globally)

2020-03-25 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Benjamin Buchmuller schrieb am 25.03.2020 um 09:27:

Hi!

I would like to change the rule thickness that is used by default in ConTeXt. 
However, from the  command documentation 
(http://www.pragma-ade.nl/general/qrcs/setup-en.pdf), I see that I would need 
to basically change this for

[...]

(And for \setupbackgrounds for [top header text footer bottom].) I’m sure there 
is a more elegant way to do this. But how?


You can use \setuplinewidth[] to change the default value for 
all (there can be lines which have a fixed value) lines.


Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] reference a paragraph

2020-03-25 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Alan Braslau schrieb am 25.03.2020 um 15:09:

Hello,

One creates references for structure elements as, for example,

\startsubject [reference=sub:mysubject]
...
\stopsubject

and then can refer to these using, e.g.

\on{page} [sub:subject]



How might one reference a *paragraph*, for example?
Parallel syntax might suggest \startparagraph [reference=p:myparagraph]
but this is not implemented.
Perhaps there is another referencing command that I am not aware of?


xxx\pagereference[p:myparagraph] xxx

\dontleavehmode\pagereference[p:myparagraph]xxx xxx

Wolfgang
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[NTG-context] Distance between table rows

2020-03-25 Thread Tim Steenvoorden
Hi all,

Trying to make my life a bit easier to add distances between tabulate rows. 
Found the \TB macro on the wiki. But why does below code _not_ add extra space 
when using the freshly defined \SR command below. So between the _second_ and 
_third_ row? Some TeX expansion thing going on here?

```
\define\SR
  {\NC\NR\TB[halfline]}

\starttabulate[|r|l|]
  \NC one   \NC two   \NC\NR
  \NC two   \NC three \SR
  \NC four  \NC five  \NC\NR
  \TB[halfline]
  \NC five  \NC six \NC\NR
\stoptabulate
```

Cheers,
Tim
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Re: [NTG-context] Problem with long indices in LMTX

2020-03-25 Thread Christian Prim
Hello list

Sorry to ask again. What do I miss in following MWE?

\starttext
\m{F_{\rm longIndex}=m_{\rm longIndex}a}
\stoptext

The index longIndex overlaps the following characters "=" and "a" when
processed with lmtx. No problems with mkiv.

Thanks for your help
Christian

Am Sa., 21. März 2020 um 17:27 Uhr schrieb Christian Prim <
christian.p...@gmx.ch>:

> Hello
>
> Following MWE produces strange output in latest LMTX. mkiv (also latest)
> output is ok.
>
> \usetypescript[palatino]
> \setupbodyfont[palatino,11pt]
> \starttext
> \m{F_{\rm longIndex}=m_{\rm longIndex}a}
> \stoptext
>
> The spacing in the index is wrong.
>
> What am I missing?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Christian
>
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Re: [NTG-context] Primes far too high in Lucida Type1

2020-03-25 Thread Tim Steenvoorden
Hi all,

Nobody a clue on this?

Cheers,
Tim

On 22 Mar 2020, 12:14 +0100, Tim Steenvoorden , 
wrote:
> P.S. Same thing happens with math placed on top of arrows, like here
>
>  $e,\sigma \xrightarrow{i} e',\sigma’$
>
> Like to fix that too.
>
>
> Cheers,
> Tim
>
> On 22 Mar 2020, 12:10 +0100, Tim Steenvoorden , 
> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I’m trying to typeset a document using Lucida Type1 fonts. Primes are put 
> > way too high. Also, kerning with punctuation characters placed after a 
> > prime are too wide. This can be seen in attached rendering of below example.
> >
> >  $e,\sigma \rightarrow e',\sigma’$
> >
> > Is there a quick way to fix this? I don’t have access tot the OTF 
> > unfortunately. Running ConTeXt TeXlive 2019 on macOS 10.15.3.
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Tim
> >
> >
> > 
> >
> > context --version
> > mtx-context     | ConTeXt Process Management 1.02
> > mtx-context     |
> > mtx-context     | main context file: 
> > /usr/local/texlive/2019basic/texmf-dist/tex/context/base/mkiv/context.mkiv
> > mtx-context     | current version: 2019.03.21 21:39
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[NTG-context] Changing default rule thickness (globally)

2020-03-25 Thread Benjamin Buchmuller
Hi!

I would like to change the rule thickness that is used by default in ConTeXt. 
However, from the  command documentation 
(http://www.pragma-ade.nl/general/qrcs/setup-en.pdf), I see that I would need 
to basically change this for

\basegrid[rulethickness=...]
\setupbar[rulethickness=...]
\setupchemical[rulethickness=...]
\setupeffect[rulethickness=...]
\setupfillinlines[rulethickness=...]
\setupfillinrules[rulethickness=...]
\setupframed[rulethickness=...]
\setuplinefillers[rulethickness=...]
\setupmarginrules[rulethickness=...]
\setupmixedcolumns[rulethickness=...]
\setupnote[rulethickness=...]
\setupparagraphs[rulethickness=...]
\setupsidebar[rulethickness=...]
\setuptables[rulethickness=...]
\setuptabulation[rulethickness=...]
\setuptextbackground[rulethickness=...]
\setuptextrules[rulethickness=...]
\setupthinrules[rulethickness=...]
\setupxtable[rulethickness=...]

(And for \setupbackgrounds for [top header text footer bottom].) I’m sure there 
is a more elegant way to do this. But how?

Cheers


Benjamin
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Re: [NTG-context] How to calculate the height of text of a certain width?

2020-03-25 Thread Rudolf Bahr
On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 07:29:26PM +0100, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> 
> When you need the height for the layer offset you can use \dowithnextbox
> because it hides \setbox etc.
> 
> \definelayer[TextBox]
> 
> \showframe[text][text]
> 
> \starttext
> 
> \dowithnextbox
>   {\setlayer
>  [TextBox]
>  [x=\the\dimexpr(\textwidth -\nextboxwd)/3\relax,
>   y=\the\dimexpr(\textheight-\nextboxht)/3\relax]
>  {\flushnextbox}}
>   \hbox{\framed[width=300pt,align=normal]{\samplefile{ward}}}
> 
> \flushlayer[TextBox]
> 
> \stoptext


Thank you! I played with the example a bit, all works well with one exception:
When I replace "align=normal" by "align=left" the frame gets too wide at it's
left edge. I append this pdf-file. But "align=right" works well and that's what
I'm using most. Your Example is well suited to be used in page design!


> > > 
> > > \starttexdefinition NextboxDimension
> > >\starttabulate
> > >\NC Width  \EQ \the\nextboxwd \NC\NR
> > >\NC Height \NC \the\nextboxht \NC\NR
> > >\stoptabulate
> > > \stoptexdefinition
> > > 
> > > \starttext
> > > 
> > > \dowithnextboxcs
> > >\NextboxDimension
> > >\vbox
> > >  {\samplefile{ward}}
> > > 
> > > \dowithnextboxcs
> > >\NextboxDimension
> > >\vbox
> > >  {\setupalign[flushright]
> > >   \samplefile{ward}}
> > > 
> > > \dowithnextboxcs
> > >\NextboxDimension
> > >\vbox
> > >  {\hsize=200pt
> > >   \samplefile{ward}}
> > > 
> > > \dowithnextboxcs
> > >\NextboxDimension
> > >\vbox
> > >  {\hsize=200pt
> > >   \setupalign[flushright]
> > >   \samplefile{ward}}
> > > 
> > > \stoptext
> >

> The \dowithnextbox command stores the passed argument in the named box
> \nextbox and performs the content of the first argument (or the command when
> you use \dowithnextbox*cs*).
> 
> The get the width and height of the box you can use \wd\nextbox or the
> wrapper \nextboxwd. The content of the box can be flushed with \flushnextbox
> but when you need only a copy of it you have to use \copy\nextbox.
> 
> Wolfgang
> 

Thank you very much for the example and the explanation therefore! It should
be well suitable to evaluate width and height of boxes and to pass them to
luacode programs by 'tokens.getters.macro("...")' for instance.
Thank you again!

Rudolf

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Re: [NTG-context] How to calculate the height of text of a certain width?

2020-03-25 Thread Rudolf Bahr
Sorry, I forgot the mentioned pdf-file.

Rudolf


dowithnextbox-2.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document
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