[NTG-context] Re: Footnotes in margin? (HELP!)

2004-08-26 Thread Steffen Wolfrum
Henning Hraban Ramm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Am 25.08.2004 um 22:40 schrieb Steffen Wolfrum: that's also what I experienced: the code works with very small footnotes. I am working now on a thesis with kind of normal equipment: Some hundred pages, about 900 footnotes with lots of them

[NTG-context] Re: new stuff for brave users

2004-08-26 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello Tobias, Floris and others, [live.contextgarden.net] i would opt for a better 'result-ready' flag (e.g. providing the link to the result) instead of opening a log file that is of not too much interest when everything went OK. How about something like that: Show an intermediate page

[NTG-context] Boldmath Lucida

2004-08-26 Thread Sytse Knypstra
Hi all, When writing a mathematical text I encountered a few problems with bold symbols. Under the line you will find three problems (dutch interface). Are they due to my insufficient knowledge of installing fonts? Thanks for any comment. Sytse Knypstra

[NTG-context] btex ... etex in .mp

2004-08-26 Thread Nikolai Weibull
Hi! I remember reading somewhere that you can't use btex ... etex in input .mp files, as there is no possibility for them to be processed at that time. I've hit a snag, though, and this would really be a good thing for me to have. Is there any way to get similar behavior? Basically, I want to

[NTG-context] Columnset Areas - Background Color ?

2004-08-26 Thread Miguel Queiros
Hi ! I've been trying to use columnsets with columnsetareas but I haven't been able to define a background color for the text in the columnset area. You can see the problem in the pdf I've attached (area5.pdf). I'v created a small example of the problem: area5.tex As far as I recall I've also

[NTG-context] concatenate PDF files.

2004-08-26 Thread Paulo Ney de Souza
I am looking for a way to concatenate several PDF files, and found this e-mail from Hans: http://www.tug.org/pipermail/pdftex/2001-January/000240.html saying that texexec can do it in several ways! and to look on the web-site, texexec manual and the mailing list for directions. I went