[NTG-context] Additional documentation/

2017-01-19 Thread John Culleton
I have been away from context for a few years and my memory is fading in any case. I do remember a short tutorial that described how one could insert a text block in between two text columns or at the side of a column etc. I have downloaded the big manual today but that little tutorial would help.

Re: [NTG-context] dorecurse problem

2017-01-19 Thread Otared Kavian
Hi Rik, I can confirm the behaviour you are reporting (even without \startstandardmakeupÔÇö\stopstandardmakeup, but adding a line of text in the document in order to have an output). It seems that \dorecurse suppresses the passage to another line, since if one says \dorecurse{10} the texts in

[NTG-context] dorecurse problem

2017-01-19 Thread Rik Kabel
ConTeXters, When \dorecurse is active in the following MWE, the lines of text are overprinted. At least, this is the case for me, please confirm it for yourself. When \dorecurse is disabled, the lines print as they should, separately. Please tell me what I am doing wrong with this, if

Re: [NTG-context] call of string.match() inside \ctxlua{}

2017-01-19 Thread Hans Hagen
On 1/19/2017 5:03 PM, DesdeChaves wrote: Dear Sirs A have a string where I need to extract one number. But every time I run this code I found this error message: [ctxlua]:1: unfinished string near \usemodule[scancsv] \def\licann#1{% #1 - lesson number with strings

[NTG-context] call of string.match() inside \ctxlua{}

2017-01-19 Thread DesdeChaves
Dear Sirs A have a string where I need to extract one number. But every time I run this code I found this error message: [ctxlua]:1: unfinished string near \usemodule[scancsv] \def\licann#1{% #1 - lesson number with strings \ctxlua{parsedate=thirddata.scancsv.ParseCSVLine('#1','n.┬║');%

Re: [NTG-context] Using key as numbering in \placepublications

2017-01-19 Thread Alan Braslau
On Thu, 19 Jan 2017 08:19:03 +0100 Antoine Cailliau wrote: > How can I adjust the publication list to display [Kup03a] instead of > [2] ? The numbering option does not offer "key" apparently. Using the mkiv publications mechanism, you can get short \cite keys by