Re: [NTG-context] FLOWcharts - connector line length?

2012-05-08 Thread Mari Voipio
On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 11:08 PM, Willi Egger cont...@boede.nl wrote:
 It is not possible to make cells spanning more than one column. This is 
 related to the fact that the cells are on a grid. It is also not possible to 
 have cells on e.g. half way down/left/right.

Oh well, I can live with that. Besides, the result is probably better,
when the flowchart is governed by fairly strict rules.


 The advantage of this module is that you can number the cell relatively. Only 
 the first cell has an explicit position. So if you have to insert new cells 
 you have to look only for cells which could be outside of the grid, but that 
 is easier than to walk through the whole chart and renumber the cells.

Thank you! I already got stuck on this one, so this is a very useful
tip (to be exact, got stuck on both: first had a cell outside of the
original grid, then had to move almost half of the chart one spot to
the right...). On the moment I'm dealing with processes that have
existed for a long time but never been documented, so the flowcharts
are bit of a work in progress and even with a first sketch on paper
changes are unavoidable.


Now, to implementing all this new knowledge in Chart 2.



Gratefully yours,

Mari
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Re: [NTG-context] FLOWcharts - connector line length?

2012-05-08 Thread Mari Voipio
On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 1:27 PM, Marco net...@lavabit.com wrote:

 You can adjust the distance indirectly with changing the distance
 between the cells:

 \setupFLOWcharts [dx=8ex, dy=4em]

Ah, that naming does make sense, now that I think of it. It seems that
I'm still (re)learning to think of things as coordinates, it's been a
while since school when I last needed that stuff...


 (apparently in the expand your ConTeXt skills mode this week)

 Procrastination? Sounds like if you have important stuff to do ;)

Nope. Two deadlines within the same week, for two totally different
projects; one for my real work and one for my craft hobby/business.
So my ConTeXt learning curve, based on need to know, suddenly went
upwards in a pretty steep angle, that'll probably level out soonish
while I assimilate everything gained recently.



And if I haven't remembered to say this before, I'm very thankful for
all the tips and offers for help that I've gotten, they are very much
appreciated!



Mari
(...back in the FLOWchart land...)
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Re: [NTG-context] FLOWcharts - connector line length?

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 8-5-2012 08:20, Mari Voipio wrote:


Now, to implementing all this new knowledge in Chart 2.


and after that comes chart 3:

\usemodule[chart]

\startFLOWchart[ABC]
\startFLOWcell
\name{A}
\location{1,1}
\destination{whatever:A}
\text{A}
\connection[bt]{B}
\stopFLOWcell
\startFLOWcell
\name{B}
\location{1,2}
\destination{whatever:B}
\text{B}
\connection[bt]{C}
\stopFLOWcell
\startFLOWcell
\name{C}
\location{1,3}
\destination{whatever:C}
\text{C}
\connection[bt]{A}
\stopFLOWcell
\stopFLOWchart

\setupinteraction[state=start]

\starttext

\FLOWchart[ABC]

\startchapter[title=We're at A,reference=whatever:A] \input ward 
\stopchapter
\startchapter[title=We're at B,reference=whatever:B] \input tufte 
\stopchapter
\startchapter[title=We're at C,reference=whatever:C] \input zapf 
\stopchapter


\stoptext

(One reason why the chart module exists is that it can be used for 
online qa manuals and such where one can jump from cells to explanation.)


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[NTG-context] [***SPAM***] Re: Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread d.henman

Yusuke-san,
   Thank you too for writing.  It seems like one or the other so far, platex 
does not give good western style characters but is great for Japanese, which 
the other option, simplefonts gives good western characters and according to 
you bad Japanese charac
ters.  Is it the font or the spacing that is bad in simplefont?

  So a question might be can ptex be used with ConTeXt? as the the engine?  
Would this wowrk? 
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[NTG-context] \definehighlight + \words | \WORDS

2012-05-08 Thread Philipp Gesang
Dear listmates,

I rely on automated uppercasing and lowercasing a lot and I’m
very happy with the \words and \WORD macros. But I can’t find a
way to properly combine them with the “style” parameter of
highlights: it breaks frames and enumerations. Example:



\definehighlight [tolower] [style=\words,]  %%% This is problematic.
\def\mylower#1{\bgroup\words#1\egroup}  %%% The command itself
%%% works, though.

\starttext

FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO\par %%% Works.
\framed{BAR \mylower{BAR} BAR}%%% Works.
\framed{BAR \tolower{BAR} BAR}%%% Fails.
\startitemize %%% Enumerations don’t work either.
  \item FOO \mylower{FOO} FOO %%% Works.
  \item FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO %%% Fails.
\stopitemize

\stoptext



In short: while I can always wrap it in a \def, the more elegant
doesn’t work in all cases. Is there anything wrong with my
approach?

Best regards
Philipp



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Re: [NTG-context] Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread ABE Noriyuki
Dear Henman-san,

   So a question might be can ptex be used with ConTeXt? as the the engine?  
 Would this wowrk? 
With ConTeXt mark II (not mark IV), you can use ptex as the engine. Such 
support is included in W32TeX. (I don't know whether TeXLive 2011 
supports it.) You can type `texexec --eptex foo'.

If you want to try it, please read share/texmf/doc/context/context-w32.
txt and test-eptex.tex. (It is written in Japanese, but I think it does 
not matter for you.)

2012/05/07(Mon) 22:54:47, d.henman dhen...@gmail.com:
 
 Yusuke-san,
Thank you too for writing.  It seems like one or the other so far, platex 
 does not give good western style characters but is great for Japanese, which 
 the other option, simplefonts gives good western characters and according to 
 you bad Japanese charac
 ters.  Is it the font or the spacing that is bad in simplefont?
 
   So a question might be can ptex be used with ConTeXt? as the the engine?  
 Would this wowrk? 
 
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Re: [NTG-context] \definehighlight + \words | \WORDS

2012-05-08 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 08.05.2012 um 10:35 schrieb Philipp Gesang:

 Dear listmates,
 
 I rely on automated uppercasing and lowercasing a lot and I’m
 very happy with the \words and \WORD macros. But I can’t find a
 way to properly combine them with the “style” parameter of
 highlights: it breaks frames and enumerations. Example:
 
 
 
 \definehighlight [tolower] [style=\words,]  %%% This is problematic.
 \def\mylower#1{\bgroup\words#1\egroup}  %%% The command itself
%%% works, though.
 
 \starttext
 
 FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO\par %%% Works.
 \framed{BAR \mylower{BAR} BAR}%%% Works.
 \framed{BAR \tolower{BAR} BAR}%%% Fails.
 \startitemize %%% Enumerations don’t work either.
  \item FOO \mylower{FOO} FOO %%% Works.
  \item FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO %%% Fails.
 \stopitemize
 
 \stoptext
 
 
 
 In short: while I can always wrap it in a \def, the more elegant
 doesn’t work in all cases. Is there anything wrong with my
 approach?

You can use

  \definehighlight [tolower] [style={\setcharactercasing[2]}]

to create the \tolower command.

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] [***SPAM***] Re: Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 7-5-2012 14:54, d.henman wrote:


Yusuke-san,
Thank you too for writing.  It seems like one or the other so far, platex 
does not give good western style characters but is great for Japanese, which 
the other option, simplefonts gives good western characters and according to 
you bad Japanese charac
ters.  Is it the font or the spacing that is bad in simplefont?


Just a remark: for cjk one can best use the mkiv feature to combine 
fonts; there are probably some examples of korean fonts mixed with e.g. 
palatino or times in the email archive


Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] \definehighlight + \words | \WORDS

2012-05-08 Thread Philipp Gesang
On 2012-05-08 11:07, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 
 Am 08.05.2012 um 10:35 schrieb Philipp Gesang:
 
  Dear listmates,
  
  I rely on automated uppercasing and lowercasing a lot and I’m
  very happy with the \words and \WORD macros. But I can’t find a
  way to properly combine them with the “style” parameter of
  highlights: it breaks frames and enumerations. Example:
  
  
  
  \definehighlight [tolower] [style=\words,]  %%% This is problematic.
  \def\mylower#1{\bgroup\words#1\egroup}  %%% The command itself
 %%% works, though.
  
  \starttext
  
  FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO\par %%% Works.
  \framed{BAR \mylower{BAR} BAR}%%% Works.
  \framed{BAR \tolower{BAR} BAR}%%% Fails.
  \startitemize %%% Enumerations don’t work either.
   \item FOO \mylower{FOO} FOO %%% Works.
   \item FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO %%% Fails.
  \stopitemize
  
  \stoptext
  
  
  
  In short: while I can always wrap it in a \def, the more elegant
  doesn’t work in all cases. Is there anything wrong with my
  approach?
 
 You can use
 
   \definehighlight [tolower] [style={\setcharactercasing[2]}]
 
 to create the \tolower command.

Perfect, thanks a lot. So it was caused by the \groupedcommand in
the definition of \word.
Philipp


 
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Re: [NTG-context] Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread KUROKI Yusuke

I am attaching five test files including Fig. 3.1, 3.2, 3.3
in http://www.w3.org/TR/jlreq/ .  All files but
Fig3_1-different-linebreaks.txt, the positions of linebreaks
are the same as the examples.  In writing a manuscript,
we will make linebreaks depending on its context, then
the same results are required from the different sources,
Fig3_1.txt and Fig3_1-different-linebreaks.txt  .

Yusuke.

(2012/05/08 0:54), Hans Hagen wrote:

On 7-5-2012 15:17, KUROKI Yusuke wrote:


What the timing you choose to post this message!
Several days ago, I, Japanese, firstly met Hans and had
a lecture about Japanese typography and typesetting.
Now it is the duration to prepare to think about Japanese
typesetting in ConTeXt. It is note that hanzi option of
ConTeXt is ugly for Japanese typesetting, it must come from
some Chinese typesetting custom.


We need to define a handler similar to chinese and korean, but with japanese 
rules etc. I will make a basic setup so that we have a starting point.

It would be handy to have some test files. For instance, in 
http://www.w3.org/TR/jlreq/ the text in fig 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 which has mixed 
punctuation etc.

Hans

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日本語の表記においては,漢字や仮名だけで
なく,ローマ字やアラビア数字,さらに句読
点や括弧類などの記述記号を用いる.これら
を組み合わせて表す日本語の文章では,表記
上における種々の問題がある.
日本語の表記においては,漢字や仮名だけでなく,
ローマ字やアラビア数字,さらに句読点や括弧類などの
記述記号を用いる.
これらを組み合わせて表す日本語の文章では,表記上に
おける種々の問題がある.
日本語の表記においては,漢字や仮名だけで
なく,ローマ字やアラビア数字,さらに句読
点や括弧類などの記述記号を用いる。これら
を組み合わせて表す日本語の文章では,表記
上における種々の問題がある。
日本語の表記においては、漢字や仮名だけで
なく、ローマ字やアラビア数字、さらに句読
点や括弧類などの記述記号を用いる。これら
を組み合わせて表す日本語の文章では、表記
上における種々の問題がある。
日本語の表記では“漢字”や”仮名”だけで
なく,“ローマ字”や“アラビア数字”,さら
に“句読点”や“括弧類”などの記述記号を
用いる.
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Re: [NTG-context] \definehighlight + \words | \WORDS

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 8-5-2012 11:18, Philipp Gesang wrote:

On 2012-05-08 11:07, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 08.05.2012 um 10:35 schrieb Philipp Gesang:


Dear listmates,

I rely on automated uppercasing and lowercasing a lot and I’m
very happy with the \words and \WORD macros. But I can’t find a
way to properly combine them with the “style” parameter of
highlights: it breaks frames and enumerations. Example:



\definehighlight [tolower] [style=\words,]  %%% This is problematic.
\def\mylower#1{\bgroup\words#1\egroup}  %%% The command itself
%%% works, though.

\starttext

FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO\par %%% Works.
\framed{BAR \mylower{BAR} BAR}%%% Works.
\framed{BAR \tolower{BAR} BAR}%%% Fails.
\startitemize %%% Enumerations don’t work either.
  \item FOO \mylower{FOO} FOO %%% Works.
  \item FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO %%% Fails.
\stopitemize

\stoptext



In short: while I can always wrap it in a \def, the more elegant
doesn’t work in all cases. Is there anything wrong with my
approach?


You can use

   \definehighlight [tolower] [style={\setcharactercasing[2]}]

to create the \tolower command.


Perfect, thanks a lot. So it was caused by the \groupedcommand in
the definition of \word.


The next version will support named casing:

WORD
word
Word
Words
capitals cap
Capitals Cap
none
random




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Re: [NTG-context] \definehighlight + \words | \WORDS

2012-05-08 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 08.05.2012 um 13:17 schrieb Hans Hagen:

 On 8-5-2012 11:18, Philipp Gesang wrote:
 On 2012-05-08 11:07, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 
 Am 08.05.2012 um 10:35 schrieb Philipp Gesang:
 
 Dear listmates,
 
 I rely on automated uppercasing and lowercasing a lot and I’m
 very happy with the \words and \WORD macros. But I can’t find a
 way to properly combine them with the “style” parameter of
 highlights: it breaks frames and enumerations. Example:
 
 
 
 \definehighlight [tolower] [style=\words,]  %%% This is problematic.
 \def\mylower#1{\bgroup\words#1\egroup}  %%% The command itself
%%% works, though.
 
 \starttext
 
 FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO\par %%% Works.
 \framed{BAR \mylower{BAR} BAR}%%% Works.
 \framed{BAR \tolower{BAR} BAR}%%% Fails.
 \startitemize %%% Enumerations don’t work either.
  \item FOO \mylower{FOO} FOO %%% Works.
  \item FOO \tolower{FOO} FOO %%% Fails.
 \stopitemize
 
 \stoptext
 
 
 
 In short: while I can always wrap it in a \def, the more elegant
 doesn’t work in all cases. Is there anything wrong with my
 approach?
 
 You can use
 
   \definehighlight [tolower] [style={\setcharactercasing[2]}]
 
 to create the \tolower command.
 
 Perfect, thanks a lot. So it was caused by the \groupedcommand in
 the definition of \word.
 
 The next version will support named casing:
 
 WORD
 word
 Word
 Words
 capitals cap
 Capitals Cap
 none
 random

It would be also useful to change the following line in font-pre.mkiv to use 
\setcharacterchasing instead of \WORD (won’t work anymore when you remove 
\groupedcommand from the \WORD as written in the comments in typo-cap.mkiv)

\definealternativestyle [\v!WORD]   [\WORD][\WORD]

Additional entries for \word, Words etc. in font-pre.mkvi are useful as well 
because “style=word” looks better than “style={\setcharacterchasing[word]}”.

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] \definehighlight + \words | \WORDS

2012-05-08 Thread Philipp Gesang
On 2012-05-08 13:28, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 
 It would be also useful to change the following line in font-pre.mkiv to use 
 \setcharacterchasing instead of \WORD (won’t work anymore when you remove 
 \groupedcommand from the \WORD as written in the comments in typo-cap.mkiv)
 
 \definealternativestyle [\v!WORD]   [\WORD][\WORD]
 
 Additional entries for \word, Words etc. in font-pre.mkvi are useful as well 
 because “style=word” looks better than “style={\setcharacterchasing[word]}”.

Seconded. That would be of great value and at least I will use it
very often.

philipp


 
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Re: [NTG-context] \definehighlight + \words | \WORDS

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 8-5-2012 13:28, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


The next version will support named casing:

WORD
word
Word
Words
capitals cap
Capitals Cap
none
random


It would be also useful to change the following line in font-pre.mkiv to use 
\setcharacterchasing instead of \WORD (won’t work anymore when you remove 
\groupedcommand from the \WORD as written in the comments in typo-cap.mkiv)

\definealternativestyle [\v!WORD]   [\WORD][\WORD]

Additional entries for \word, Words etc. in font-pre.mkvi are useful as well 
because “style=word” looks better than “style={\setcharacterchasing[word]}”.


I had been thinking about a 'vector' key (in addition to style) but 
that's a bit of work as we then need to provide some *vectore variants 
as well and integrate it in the style/color switching helpers which is 
ab it of work


but anyhow, it doesn't hurt to have them as alternative styles so you 
can test it later today (making a beta)


Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread dalyoung
 
 Just a remark: for cjk one can best use the mkiv feature to combine 
 fonts; there are probably some examples of korean fonts mixed with e.g. 
 palatino or times in the email archive.



Here is a sample typescript file for mixed Korean and English fonts suggested 
by Hans.


Using this file, I can use Korean font for Korean and Palatino for English.
It works well.

 You can modify this file for your purpose.

Good luck!

Best regards,

Dalyoung



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[NTG-context] wrong footnote number in beta from today

2012-05-08 Thread Pablo Rodríguez
Hi there,

I'm afraid that footnote numbering in body text is wrong in latest beta
(the bug was also in the two previous betas).

Here you have a sample that shows the bug:

\setupnotation[footnote][number=no]
\setuphead[chapter][number=no]
\starttext
\chapter{First chapter}
one\footnote{two}
\section{First section}
three\footnote{four}
\stoptext

There should be no note footnote numbering, but the body text takes the
sectioning command number for the footnote references (which is
obviously wrong).

Many thanks for your help,


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Re: [NTG-context] Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread KUROKI Yusuke

Hi, Hans,

 A question for Yusuke: what script name should we use?

It is a difficult question.  In Chinese or Korean case,
what they have chosen?  In Japanese, we need to prepare a
lot of characters for font set if they complete Adobe-Japan-1.5
or something. So, some font vendors publish the font sets
including only kana-region and latin/number-region (and
elementary school level kanjis).  In this case, script=kana
might be ok, but if the font set has all the characters
of Adobe-Japan-1.5 region, then script=kana is too impolite.

Moreover, in pTeX world, we use 'kanji' for this kind, but
we need to rethink 'kanji' is most appreciate or not.

Thanks,
-- Yusuke.


(2012/05/08 7:07), Hans Hagen wrote:

On 7-5-2012 15:12, S Barmeier wrote:

I am writing documents in English/Japanese.

If you want to include English text, you probably need to define your
own typescript (or use simplefonts), because most Japanese fonts have
terrible Latin fonts...

I can probably help you, if you tell me what exactly you need.

If you're just typesetting Japanese text, you will need
\setscript[hanzi] to enable linebreaks...

And the rest is done by Unicode magic: just type away between \starttext
and \stoptext


I uploaded a beta with preliminary Japanese script support.

\enabletrackers[scripts.analyzing]
% \enabletrackers[scripts.injections]
\enabletrackers[scripts.details]

% \definefont[testfont][heiseikakugostd-w5][script=kana,language=jan]
\definefont[testfont][heiseiminstd-w3] [script=kana,language=jan]

\testfont

\starttext

\startscript[nihongo]

\startlines
国、『国』、『国』、『国』、『国』、『国』、
\hbox to 3em{国、『国』、『国』、『国』、『国』、『国』、}
国:国:国:国:国:国:国:国:国:国
\hbox to 3em{国:国:国:国:国:国:国:国:国:国}
\stoplines

\stopscript

\stoptext

A question for Yusuke: what script name should we use?

More (simple) examples are needed in order to get all relations between 
categories done (so, currently we still use a copy of chinese but with already 
a few japanese specific inter-character issues done).

Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread hwitloc

Abe-san,
  thanks for the suggestion.  I will do the reading as you suggested.  It's 
always good to have backup for now, in case a clean method can't be worked out 
with Mark IV right away.

Regards


ABE Noriyuki aben...@math.sci.hokudai.ac.jp wrote:

 Dear Henman-san,
 
So a question might be can ptex be used with ConTeXt? as the the engine?  
  Would this wowrk? 
 With ConTeXt mark II (not mark IV), you can use ptex as the engine. Such 
 support is included in W32TeX. (I don't know whether TeXLive 2011 
 supports it.) You can type `texexec --eptex foo'.
 
 If you want to try it, please read share/texmf/doc/context/context-w32.
 txt and test-eptex.tex. (It is written in Japanese, but I think it does 
 not matter for you.)
 
 2012/05/07(Mon) 22:54:47, d.henman dhen...@gmail.com:
  
  Yusuke-san,
 Thank you too for writing.  It seems like one or the other so far, 
  platex 
  does not give good western style characters but is great for Japanese, 
  which 
  the other option, simplefonts gives good western characters and according 
  to 
  you bad Japanese charac
  ters.  Is it the font or the spacing that is bad in simplefont?
  
So a question might be can ptex be used with ConTeXt? as the the engine?  
  Would this wowrk? 
  
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Re: [NTG-context] Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

Hi Yusuke


  A question for Yusuke: what script name should we use?

It is a difficult question. In Chinese or Korean case,
what they have chosen? In Japanese, we need to prepare a
lot of characters for font set if they complete Adobe-Japan-1.5
or something. So, some font vendors publish the font sets
including only kana-region and latin/number-region (and
elementary school level kanjis). In this case, script=kana
might be ok, but if the font set has all the characters
of Adobe-Japan-1.5 region, then script=kana is too impolite.

Moreover, in pTeX world, we use 'kanji' for this kind, but
we need to rethink 'kanji' is most appreciate or not.


we use hangul for korean and hanzi for chinese so kanji sounds ok to me 
but in fact there a bit more to it, currently we have


\definescript[hangul]  [method=hangul]
\definescript[hanzi]   [method=hanzi]
\definescript[nihongo] [method=nihongo]

and these use default presets but as there can be be variants in spacing 
one can also define for instance


\definescript [myhangul] [hangul] [preset=mypreferences]

(not that there are such preferences defined now) and more key/values 
will be supported some day


so, shall we go for 'kanji' for the default setup? but 'japanese' could 
do as well as well because we can define synonyms


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Re: [NTG-context] Font for MetaPost graphics

2012-05-08 Thread Marco
On 2012-05-05 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:

This code fails:

\defineMPinstance [mympinstance] [metafun] [textcolor=red]

\starttext

\startMPcode
draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\startMPcode{mympinstance}
draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\stoptext

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[NTG-context] fonts

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

Hi,

A nice candidate for wikification:

\setupbodyfont[dejavu]

\setupbodyfontenvironment
  [default]
  [smallsized=1.25,
   mediumsized=1.5,
   largesized=2.0]

\definefontsize[smallsized]
\definefontsize[mediumsized]
\definefontsize[largesized]

\starttext

\setuphead[chapter]   [style=\bflargesized]
\setuphead[section]   [style=\bfmediumsized]
\setuphead[subsection][style=\bfsmallsized]

\chapter   {Whatever $x-1$}
\section   {Whatever $x-1$}
\subsection{Whatever $x-1$}

\input ward

\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Font for MetaPost graphics

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 8-5-2012 19:01, Marco wrote:

On 2012-05-05 Hans Hagenpra...@wxs.nl  wrote:


Did I?


This code fails:

\defineMPinstance [mympinstance] [metafun] [textcolor=red]

\starttext

\startMPcode
draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\startMPcode{mympinstance}
draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\stoptext

Marco


It works here.

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] Font for MetaPost graphics

2012-05-08 Thread Marco
On 2012-05-08 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:

 On 8-5-2012 19:01, Marco wrote:
  On 2012-05-05 Hans Hagenpra...@wxs.nl  wrote:
 
 Did I?

My bad ;)

  This code fails:
 
  \defineMPinstance [mympinstance] [metafun] [textcolor=red]
 
  \starttext
 
  \startMPcode
  draw textext(some text) ;
  \stopMPcode
 
  \startMPcode{mympinstance}
  draw textext(some text) ;
  \stopMPcode
 
  \stoptext
 
  Marco
 
 It works here.

Fails here, source and log are attached.

current version: 2012.05.08 13:45

Marco
\defineMPinstance [mympinstance] [metafun] [textcolor=red]

\starttext

\startMPcode
	draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\startMPcode{mympinstance}
	draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\stoptext
(g.tex

ConTeXt  ver: 2012.05.08 13:45 MKIV  fmt: 2012.5.8  int: english/english

system   cont-new.mkiv loaded
(/home/zewz/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkiv
system   beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.mkiv
)
system   g.top loaded

system   options  start used options

used options % runtime options files (command line driven)
used options \unprotect
used options % feedback and basic job control
used options % handy for special styles
used options \startluacode
used options document = document or { }
used options document.arguments={
used options  [once]=true,
used options }
used options document.files={
used options  g,
used options }
used options \stopluacode
used options % process info
used options \setupsystem[inputfile=g]
used options \setupsystem[\c!n=3,\c!m=1]
used options \enabledirectives[system.runonce]
used options % modes
used options % options (not that important)
used options \startsetups *runtime:options
used options \stopsetups
used options % styles and modules
used options \startsetups *runtime:modules
used options \stopsetups
used options % done
used options \protect \endinput

system   options  stop used options

(g.top)
fontslatin modern fonts are not preloaded
languageslanguage en is active
{/home/zewz/context/tex/texmf-context/fonts/map/pdftex/context/mkiv-base.map}
fontspreloading latin modern fonts (second stage)
fontstypescripts  unknown: library 'loc'
{/home/zewz/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-math.map}{/home/zewz/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-rm.map}
fontsvirtual math  unable to resolve name mapsfromchar
fontsfallback modern rm 12pt is loaded
metapost initializing instance 'metafun' using format 'metafun'
metapost loading 'metafun': /home/zewz/context/tex/texmf-context/metapost/context/base/metafun.mpiv
metapost initializing instance 'mympinstance' using format 'metafun'
metapost loading 'metafun': /home/zewz/context/tex/texmf-context/metapost/context/base/metafun.mpiv
! terminal:  OverlayLineColor
 (0,0,0)
! Equation cannot be performed (numeric=color).
to be read again 
   ;
* ...ineWidth:=0pt  ; OverlayLineColor:=(0,0,0);
   OverlayColor:=(0,0,0); Ba...

 OverlayColor
 (0,0,0)
! Equation cannot be performed (numeric=color).
to be read again 
   ;
* ...yLineColor:=(0,0,0); OverlayColor:=(0,0,0);
   BaseLineSkip:=14.4816pt; ...


.

system   tex  error on line 11 in file g.tex: terminal:  OverlayLineColor
 (0,0,0)
! Equation cannot be performed (numeric=color).
to be read again 
   ;
* ...ineWidth:=0pt  ; OverlayLineColor:=(0,0,0);
   OverlayColor:=(0,0,0); Ba...

 OverlayColor
 (0,0,0)
! Equation cannot be performed (numeric=color).
to be read again 
   ;
* ...yLineColor:=(0,0,0); OverlayColor:=(0,0,0);
   BaseLineSkip:=14.4816pt; ...


 ...

 1 \defineMPinstance [mympinstance] [metafun] [textcolor=red]
 2 
 3 \starttext
 4 
 5 \startMPcode
 6 	draw textext(some text) ;
 7 \stopMPcode
 8 
 9 \startMPcode{mympinstance}
10 	draw textext(some text) ;
11   \stopMPcode
12 
13 \stoptext
14 

inserted text ...0;;]===], [===[;;]===], false)}
  
\meta_process_graphic ...!!es , \MPaskedfigure )}}
  \egroup \placeMPgraphic \m...
\meta_start_code_instance ..._process_graphic {#2}
  \meta_end_graphic_group 
l.11 \stopMPcode

? x

system   files  start used files

used files  1: filename=g | filetype=tex | foundname=g.tex | usedmethod=filesystem
used files  2: filename=cont-new.mkiv | filetype=tex | foundname=/home/zewz/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkiv | usedmethod=database
used files 

[NTG-context] greek items broken:

2012-05-08 Thread Meer, H. van der
I do not get lowercase greek letters on the itemize as should happen with 
symbol setup g.
A minimal example, showing the demise of lowercase greek against succes for 
uppercase.

\starttext
\startitemize[g]
\startitem nr 1\stopitem
\startitem nr 2\stopitem
\startitem nr 3\stopitem
\startitem nr 4\stopitem
\stopitemize
\startitemize[G]
\startitem nr 1\stopitem
\startitem nr 2\stopitem
\startitem nr 3\stopitem
\startitem nr 4\stopitem
\stopitemize
\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Font for MetaPost graphics

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 8-5-2012 19:19, Marco wrote:

On 2012-05-08 Hans Hagenpra...@wxs.nl  wrote:


On 8-5-2012 19:01, Marco wrote:

On 2012-05-05 Hans Hagenpra...@wxs.nl   wrote:


Did I?


My bad ;)


This code fails:

\defineMPinstance [mympinstance] [metafun] [textcolor=red]

\starttext

\startMPcode
draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\startMPcode{mympinstance}
draw textext(some text) ;
\stopMPcode

\stoptext

Marco


It works here.


Fails here, source and log are attached.


ok, can you add this to cont-new.mkiv (after \unprotect):

\def\m_meta_colo_initializations{%
vardef OverlayLineColor=\MPcolor{\overlaylinecolor} enddef;
vardef OverlayColor=\MPcolor{\overlaycolor} enddef;
}

I have that in my local experimental code. It has to do with the fact 
that mp's color spaces are not compatible with each other. As I've used 
that patch for quite a while now I could probably move it to the core.


Maybe more users can test this.

Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] Font for MetaPost graphics

2012-05-08 Thread Marco
On 2012-05-08 Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:

 ok, can you add this to cont-new.mkiv (after \unprotect):
 
 \def\m_meta_colo_initializations{%
  vardef OverlayLineColor=\MPcolor{\overlaylinecolor} enddef;
  vardef OverlayColor=\MPcolor{\overlaycolor} enddef;
 }

That works.

 As I've used that patch for quite a while now I could probably
 move it to the core.

Since you use it for a while it seems to work ⇒ into the core

Thanks a lot Hans for implementing this.

Wikified:

http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Command/defineMPinstance
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Command/setupMPinstance


Best wishes

Marco


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Re: [NTG-context] greek items broken:

2012-05-08 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 08.05.2012 um 19:32 schrieb Meer, H. van der:

 I do not get lowercase greek letters on the itemize as should happen with 
 symbol setup g.
 A minimal example, showing the demise of lowercase greek against succes for 
 uppercase.

It’s a font problem because MkII took the greek letters from the math font but 
MkIV
takes them from the text font and Latin Modern doesn’t have lower case greek 
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Re: [NTG-context] wrong footnote number in beta from today

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 8-5-2012 16:25, Pablo Rodríguez wrote:

Hi there,

I'm afraid that footnote numbering in body text is wrong in latest beta
(the bug was also in the two previous betas).

Here you have a sample that shows the bug:

\setupnotation[footnote][number=no]
\setuphead[chapter][number=no]
\starttext
\chapter{First chapter}
one\footnote{two}
\section{First section}
three\footnote{four}
\stoptext

There should be no note footnote numbering, but the body text takes the
sectioning command number for the footnote references (which is
obviously wrong).

Many thanks for your help,


fixed in next beta

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[NTG-context] Increase textbackground page break white space

2012-05-08 Thread Kip Warner
Hey list,

Some of my textbackgrounds occupy more than one page and break part way
through them, as expected. Where their containing text is split at the
page break, I am finding that the frame is too close to the contents. So
I'd like to increase the white space of the bottom and top of the
textbackground's frame and content where it splits across a page.

This is what I have been using so far:

\definetextbackground[SomeTextBackground]
   [location=paragraph,
color=color_text,
background=color,
backgroundcolor=colour_text_background_shaded,
frame=on,
framecolor=colour_text,
topoffset=0.5cm,
bottomoffset=0.5cm,
leftoffset=0.5cm,
rightoffset=0.5cm,
before={
\blank[2*big]
},
after={
\blank[2*big]
},
style=smalltype,
corner=round]

I've been trying to solve this problem for months without any luck.

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