Re: [NTG-context] Fonts problems

2006-02-16 Thread Michal Kvasnička
Good morning.

Of course I'm glad there are more and more free fonts in the ConTeXt. 
The project you spead about sounds great. But may I ask you for a favor? 
Would it be possible to add one more zip file to the downloading page of 
http://www.pragma-ade.com/---the zip file including all free fonts in 
the versions that are currently supported by the ConTeXt? I do not 
update my system very often, and that's why I often get into problems 
like this when I try to update ConTeXt. If it didn't spend a great deal 
of your time, it would help me (and perhaps more people) a lot. Thank 
you very much.

Yours thankful
M.K.

.   i always try to incorporate such new things (fonts) into context as soon 
as possible; the drawback of that is that when a beta font becomes updates, 
one also may need to update context
in the near future more font updates will take place; some of you may know 
already that there is a new font project started in a few months where the 
core of the free fonts in the tex distribuitions (times, paladio, etc) will be 
updated: (1) merging the regular, quasi and vn variants, (2) provide open type 
alternatives, (3) maybe add math support to all of them, (4) make them lm 
glyph compatible [i.e. adding shapes] and maybe more; this project is being 
substantially funded by CSTug, Dante, Gust, NTG and TugIndia, with TUG and 
maybe other groups stepping in later. 
since i'm one of the initiators of this project, you may expect context to be 
an early adopter; you are warned 
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[NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread luigi scarso
I'm working on unicode vector 37 (I'm using
http://bibliofile.duhs.duke.edu/gww/fonts/Unicode.html )
Since I'm a novice in this  area, any suggestion is welcome.

Thanks in advance
luigi


unic-037.tex
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Re: [NTG-context] gnuplot mode

2006-02-16 Thread Renaud AUBIN





Hi all,

This time, I eventually use LaTeX with \usepackage{lucidabr} and "set
term pst" to produce .ps, then use ps2epsi to obtain an .eps with a
correct bounding box and to finish psttopdf. I include the resulting
.pdf with the standard method... It is not the easy way !

Now, considering the gnuplot module: I have seen that in the resulting
.gpd, there is a lot of ";" . Since all my .gp scripts are empty of ";"
at the end of lines, I'm asking if this is correct ?

Renaud

Renaud AUBIN a crit:

  
  
  
  
what is this hlhr8r? a font filename? 
  
  
hlhr8r -
/usr/local/texlive/2005/texmf-dist/fonts/tfm/bh/lucida/hlhr8r.tfm
It sets the metapost's defaultfont but maybe there is another method
than give a .tfm file I don't know.
  
()when installing lbr using texfont, did you (manually) move the math pfb files and tfm files? 

(maybe i should distribute the lbr math tfm files) 
  
  
I have the lbr math tfm files and they work fine in my document.
  
  

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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread Adam Lindsay
luigi scarso wrote:
 I'm working on unicode vector 37 (I'm using
 http://bibliofile.duhs.duke.edu/gww/fonts/Unicode.html )
 Since I'm a novice in this  area, any suggestion is welcome.

Hmm, not to discourage this effort, but I already defined these as symbols:
http://homepage.mac.com/atl/tex/UnicodeSymbolDemo.pdf
and symb-uni.tex

Would you find these as unicode characters in an input stream in your 
application?

Cheers,
adam
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Re: [NTG-context] gnuplot mode

2006-02-16 Thread Hans Hagen
Adam Lindsay wrote:
 Hans Hagen wrote:

   
 what is this hlhr8r? a font filename? 
 

 Yes, one of the Lucida ones.

   
 ()when installing lbr using texfont, did you (manually) move the math pfb 
 files and tfm files? 

 (maybe i should distribute the lbr math tfm files) 
 

 Or, maybe I should finish that type-dis typescript to adapt the current 
 ConTeXt internal names to the TUG-distributed lucida font names. Which 
 would you prefer? _In this case_, I would likely trust the hand-tuned 
 TFMs a bit more than texfont-generated ones.
   
for math i always use the ones supplied by yandy (i don't use the funny names) 

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Re: [NTG-context] gnuplot mode

2006-02-16 Thread Adam Lindsay
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Adam Lindsay wrote:
 Hans Hagen wrote:

   
 what is this hlhr8r? a font filename? 
 
 Yes, one of the Lucida ones.

   
 ()when installing lbr using texfont, did you (manually) move the math pfb 
 files and tfm files? 

 (maybe i should distribute the lbr math tfm files) 
 
 Or, maybe I should finish that type-dis typescript to adapt the current 
 ConTeXt internal names to the TUG-distributed lucida font names. Which 
 would you prefer? _In this case_, I would likely trust the hand-tuned 
 TFMs a bit more than texfont-generated ones.
   
 for math i always use the ones supplied by yandy (i don't use the funny 
 names) 

And for the text versions? That's what I was offering, to do a lot of:

\starttypescript [serif] [lucida] [texnansi]
   \definefontsynonym [texnansi-lbr]   [hlhr8y]  [encoding=texnansi]
etc.


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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread luigi scarso
On 2/16/06, Adam Lindsay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 luigi scarso wrote:
  I'm working on unicode vector 37 (I'm using
  http://bibliofile.duhs.duke.edu/gww/fonts/Unicode.html )
  Since I'm a novice in this  area, any suggestion is welcome.

 Hmm, not to discourage this effort, but I already defined these as symbols:
 http://homepage.mac.com/atl/tex/UnicodeSymbolDemo.pdf
 and symb-uni.tex

Yes, I have them.
Please see
http://www.logosrl.it/context/unicode/unic-037.tex


 Would you find these as unicode characters in an input stream in your
 application?
I'm doing a catalogue in xml utf-8.

Thanks
luigi
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Re: [NTG-context] gnuplot mode

2006-02-16 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On 2/15/06, Renaud AUBIN wrote:

  I'm trying to use the gnuplot mode (texlive+ ConTeXt 2006.02.03) and the
 command texexec --pdf --mode=demo m-gnuplot results in a m-gnuplot.pdf where
 only the png is correctly displayed... All the m-gnuplot-gnuplot-*.pdf are
 unknown...

  I assume I have missed something... But what ?

Not necessary. Gnuplot module might be a bit stubborn. I had many
problems, but they might have different reasons since many sifferent
pieces of software are sticked together:
- mp wanted to use cmr10, but that font was missing on standalone ConTeXt distr.
- texmfstart missing under windows
- gnuplot terminal compiled without pdf terminal
- missing TEXSYSTEM=miktex on windows box (or (p)gnuplot not present in path)
- on my personal I failed to compile gnuplot properly in order to produce PNGs
- serious problems with mptopdf under windows (CRITICAL!!!)

 Moreover, I use lucida fonts in my document. How to use lucida with this
 method ?

It depends on terminal. With PostScript terminal you can't do math.
With Metapost you can do math, but don't ask me how to change fonts to
lucida (try read help terminal mp if it helps you). Anyway I'm
affraid that you won't get lucida for math that way.

(I'll try to improve the metapost terminal a bit, but I have no idea
what to do with fonts.)

Perhaps you could use LaTeX (or any other LaTeX-related terminal like
PSTricks for that), but this is not supported by the module yet.

However, read my other mail(s) that I'll send today about set
terminal context. (I don't find any of the existing terminals good
enough, so I would like to make a superior one.)

  I have a working example with
 \setupGNUPLOT[method=mp,option=hlhr8r] but the math gives
 CM... Moreover, how to deals $\vec{x}$ or \Milli \Meter for example ?

Forget about ConTeXt commands with method=mp. This makes plain
metapost files and labes are processed with plain TeX, which doesn't
have any idea about the fonts you use in the document.

If you manage to make lucida work with plain TeX, the only option I
currently see is something like
set title '{\input my-defs \bf Title}'
where you store your definitions in a separate file or
set title '{\font\a=hlhr8r sa 2 \a Title}'
(just guessing, I don't know the exact syntax).

But you probably don't want to do that.

  This time, I eventually use LaTeX with \usepackage{lucidabr} and set term
 pst to produce .ps, then use ps2epsi to obtain an .eps with a correct
 bounding box and to finish psttopdf. I include the resulting .pdf with the
 standard method... It is not the easy way !

That's what I was talking about a bit earlier.

Hans, would it be possible to support pst terminal as well (PSTricks I
suppose)? This one needs more than one command to get the resulting
pdf I suppose. (I won't need it, but if there are other users who
could make use of it ...)

  Now, considering the gnuplot module: I have seen that in the resulting
 .gpd, there is a lot of ; . Since all my .gp scripts are empty of ; at
 the end of lines, I'm asking if this is correct ?

Ask Hans. I don't know why he likes them so much (I would remove
them), but they should be harmless. They're there because of
\def\obeyedline{;\systemendofline}%

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And a final word: I finally installed something to compile gnuplot
with yesterday. I have the first pre-alpha ;) set terminal context
working and I will need both Hans and Taco's hand as well as
gnuplot/metafun users to help me with
suggestions/requests/brainstorming about how to implement certain
parts, so that the output will remain highly configurable regarding
fonts, colors  styles, but more about that in another mail.

(Some serious problems with mptopdf on windows disturb me a lot, but I
hope I'll find a way out. I can't make textext work, so I'm using the
standalone ConTeXt in the moment, but this has to be fixed for other
MikTeX users as well.)

Mojca


On 2/16/06, Adam Lindsay wrote:
 And for the text versions? That's what I was offering, to do a lot of:

 \starttypescript [serif] [lucida] [texnansi]
\definefontsynonym [texnansi-lbr]   [hlhr8y]  [encoding=texnansi]
 etc.

Has nothing to do with Gnuplot, but I agree with Adam.
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Re: [NTG-context] gnuplot mode

2006-02-16 Thread Hans Hagen
Mojca Miklavec wrote:
 It depends on terminal. With PostScript terminal you can't do math.
 With Metapost you can do math, but don't ask me how to change fonts to
 lucida (try read help terminal mp if it helps you). Anyway I'm
 affraid that you won't get lucida for math that way.
   
if with mp you can do math, then you need to extend gnuplot with the 
option to configure verbatimtex ... etex so that one can instruct tex to 
load other fonts there

Hans


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[NTG-context] Context 2006.02.15 released

2006-02-16 Thread Taco Hoekwater
Hello all,

I am pleased to announce that the new ConTeXt release from Hans Hagen
can be downloaded as of now from the Pragma ADE website or one of its
mirrors.

http://www.pragma-ade.com/context/current/cont-tmf.zip
http://context.aanhet.net/context/current/cont-tmf.zip
http://mirror.contextgarden.net/context/current/cont-tmf.zip

The current release has version 2006.02.15.

The total set of distributed files now consists of eight files;
the zip containing a repackaging of cont-lmt.zip and the zip
containing pattern files have been deleted. The zip with windows
font support has merged with the remaining zip with font metrics.

A very short list of changes is given below. As usual, there is an
html page with more detailed release notes available on the Wiki, see:

http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Release_Notes

New features (since 2006.02.03):
* newtexexec has a new switch --keep, that uses tt.keep/tt as
   extension for temporary files
* texmfstart has a new switch --showenv, that dumps the runtime
   environment.
* There is now some support for intelligent spaces after logos, use
   \setupsorting[logo][next=\autoinsertnextspace]
* Trailing empty lines in verbatims can be typeset using
   \setupverbatim[empty=all]
* demo code is added to many presentation styles

Interesting bugfixes:
* \startitemize[start=2]
* unintentionally numbered math displays
* strechted-out math in short figure captions.
   ***This fix may change linebreaking in other center-ed paragraphs!***
* wrong extra space after \quote and \quotation
* \type{\iffalse} (and other if... tests)

Happy TeXing,

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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread Hans Hagen
luigi scarso wrote:
 On 2/16/06, Adam Lindsay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   
 luigi scarso wrote:
 
 I'm working on unicode vector 37 (I'm using
 http://bibliofile.duhs.duke.edu/gww/fonts/Unicode.html )
 Since I'm a novice in this  area, any suggestion is welcome.
   
 Hmm, not to discourage this effort, but I already defined these as symbols:
 http://homepage.mac.com/atl/tex/UnicodeSymbolDemo.pdf
 and symb-uni.tex
 

 Yes, I have them.
 Please see
 http://www.logosrl.it/context/unicode/unic-037.tex
   
ok, added, but i'm not so sure about the  default list, maybe that 
should be something  enco-037 

Maybe we need to add some examples that show how to map the fonts onto 
the ones adam uses in symbols

\definefontsynonym[UnicodeRegular25][]

and such

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] pdfstartview

2006-02-16 Thread Peter Münster
On Fri, 3 Feb 2006, Hans Hagen wrote:

  I don't know, how it's done in LaTeX, but it has always worked during the
  last 5 years independently of the version of acroread.

 hm, i wonder, since it's a bunch of conflicting specs; also, openaction
 has not been around from the start of pdf (and got more robust later),
 and access to the page object number in pdftex is pretty recent 

Hello Hans,
thanks for all your explanations!
Perhaps LaTeX does not use openaction. I've made a test with
pdflatex-0.13d and pdflatex-1.30.4 with the following input:

\documentclass{article}
\pdfcompresslevel=0
\usepackage[pdfstartview=FitBH,pdfpagemode=FullScreen]{hyperref}
\begin{document}
\tableofcontents
\newpage
\section{bla}
\end{document}

The two results are in http://pmrb.free.fr/tmp/pdfstartview/
acroread-4.0.5 and acroread-7.0.1 open these files without problems.

The result of a grep -a FitBH test-0.13d.pdf test-1.30.4.pdf:
test-0.13d.pdf: /S /GoTo /D [9 0 R  /FitBH ] 
test-1.30.4.pdf: /S /GoTo /D [10 0 R  /FitBH ] 

If you could provide a command like
\doittheLaTeXway[pdfstartview=FitBH,pdfpagemode=FullScreen]
that would be really nice!

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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread luigi scarso
 ok, added, but i'm not so sure about the  default list, maybe that
 should be something  enco-037
done at
http://www.logosrl.it/context/unicode/enco-037.tex

But
1) should it be into enco-uc.tex ? and  \startencoding[uc]  or 
\startencoding[default]  ?
2) \ifcase\numexpr(#1+1)\or %% a trick to avoid #1=000
seem to works ,
 \ifcase\numexpr(#1+0) %%
no
Why?
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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread Taco Hoekwater
luigi scarso wrote:
 2) \ifcase\numexpr(#1+1)\or %% a trick to avoid #1=000
 seem to works ,
  \ifcase\numexpr(#1+0) %%
 no
 Why?

I am not sure what you want and what exactly doesn't work,
but it is better to use numexpr like this:

   \ifcase \numexpr #1+0\relax

because the closing ) does not actually cause it to stop
scanning forward (it stops in the first case because the
\or cannot be part of \numexpr).

Cheers, Taco
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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread luigi scarso
On 2/16/06, Taco Hoekwater [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 luigi scarso wrote:
  2) \ifcase\numexpr(#1+1)\or %% a trick to avoid #1=000
  seem to works ,
   \ifcase\numexpr(#1+0) %%
  no
  Why?

 I am not sure what you want and what exactly doesn't work,
 but it is better to use numexpr like this:

\ifcase \numexpr #1+0\relax
 because the closing ) does not actually cause it to stop
 scanning forward (it stops in the first case because the
 \or cannot be part of \numexpr).
Done

However any unic-xxx.tex have this line, and I try to make the same thing.

unic-001.tex has
\ifcase\numexpr(#1+1)\or
  \Amacron   \or
So if #1 = 000 then we jump to \Amacron and this is ok.

In unic-037.tex
\ifcase\numexpr #1\relax %
   \unicodeLightHorizontal\or
   \unicodeHeavyHorizontal\or
with #1=001
I jump  to   \unicodeLightHorizontal  first (and this is wrong)
and then to\unicodeHeavyHorizontal (and this is ok)

With
\ifcase\numexpr #1+1\relax %
   \unicodeLightHorizontal\or
   \unicodeHeavyHorizontal\or
with #1=001
I jump  \unicodeHeavyHorizontal (and this is ok)
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Re: [NTG-context] How to \bf for math?

2006-02-16 Thread Adam Lindsay
Adam Lindsay wrote:

 \startmathcollection[default] %eventual patch for math-tex?
 \definemathcharacter [a]   [nothing] [mi] [61]
 \definemathcharacter [b]   [nothing] [mi] [62]
 \definemathcharacter [c]   [nothing] [mi] [63]
 \definemathcharacter [d]   [nothing] [mi] [64]
 \definemathcharacter [e]   [nothing] [mi] [65]
...

Interesting. With these definitions in place, getting mixed bold in cmr 
math is a lot better, too...

\definetypeface [] [mm] [bfmath] [computer-modern] [computer-modern]
\setupformulas [method=bold]

\starttext
\startformula
n({\bfm a} + {\bfm b}) = {\bfm \Gamma}
\stopformula
\stoptext

Now, do digits ever get bold-ed in mixed bold and regular math?
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Re: [NTG-context] pdfstartview

2006-02-16 Thread Hans Hagen
� wrote:

 The result of a grep -a FitBH test-0.13d.pdf test-1.30.4.pdf:
 test-0.13d.pdf: /S /GoTo /D [9 0 R  /FitBH ] 
 test-1.30.4.pdf: /S /GoTo /D [10 0 R  /FitBH ] 
   
btw, this is not related to the pdftex version but to pdf itself; 
openactions were not part of the early pdf specs

you need to backtrack the   to its calling point ; what you see is 
just a  reference to a page, but the question is: what does the 
reference (probably the openaction) 
 If you could provide a command like
 \doittheLaTeXway[pdfstartview=FitBH,pdfpagemode=FullScreen]
   
i think that openaction can do the job (openaction=page(1)  in 
combination with a fitbh  related setup in setupinteraction cum suis)

(btw the latest upload contains the solution posted earlier, i.e. page  
references  that obey  the view keywords , assuming recent viewers etc 
etc) 

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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread Hans Hagen
luigi scarso wrote:
 However any unic-xxx.tex have this line, and I try to make the same thing.

 \ifcase\numexpr(#1+1)\or
   
 \ifcase\numexpr #1+1\relax \or
   
are equivalent and as taco says, the relax way is better 

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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread Hans Hagen
luigi scarso wrote:
 ok, added, but i'm not so sure about the  default list, maybe that
 should be something  enco-037
 
 done at
 http://www.logosrl.it/context/unicode/enco-037.tex

 But
 1) should it be into enco-uc.tex ? and  \startencoding[uc]  or 
 \startencoding[default]  ?
   

default is the fallback, and encoding uc is only used on xetex where we 
have unicode fonts, otherwise ec or texnansi or .. is in use and 
therefore you need the default as fallback

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[NTG-context] Follow up: Quote before chapter?

2006-02-16 Thread David Wooten
Greetings,Having come to the same problem, I am curious whether a solution presented itself to Gerben's inquiry.Fri Mar 11 10:30:45 CET 2005:I can make it more difficult even. I would like a chapter to start on an odd (right side) page but when there is a quote that comes with the chapter I want to have that appear on the opposing side.GMany thanks!David___
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Re: [NTG-context] pdfstartview

2006-02-16 Thread Peter Münster
On Thu, 16 Feb 2006, Hans Hagen wrote:

 (btw the latest upload contains the solution posted earlier, i.e. page  
 references  that obey  the view keywords , assuming recent viewers etc 
 etc) 

Hello Hans,
thank you for the upload! I've made a test with the following input:

\setupinteraction[state=start,focus=minwidth,openaction=firstpage,page=yes] 
\setupinteractionscreen[option=max]
\starttext
\completecontent
\page
\section{bla}
\stoptext

It works quite well. But when changing the zoom-level and then clicking the
reference, the zoomlevel goes back to minwidth. But this is only a minor
issu...

Cheers, Peter

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Re: [NTG-context] unic-037

2006-02-16 Thread luigi scarso
Files
http://www.logosrl.it/context/unicode/enco-037.tex
http://www.logosrl.it/context/unicode/unic-037.tex
should be ok now.

Thanks
luigi
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