On 12/03/2017 12:23 PM, Hans Hagen wrote:
> On 12/3/2017 8:47 AM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
>> This is why a crossed marking makes sense.
> the only thing that helps against the marke being cut off is to draw a
> frame so i'll add
> which draws a dashed
Am 2017-12-03 um 14:10 schrieb Elof Ng :
> I know ConTeXt can show different languages, but I have not found the
> function which can enable ConTeXt to do so in the reference manual.
Did you try \language[it]?
Otherwise please be more specific – minimal example, which
This is a blog post I recently published:
It is about some ideas I have for a WYSIWYM editor like LyX, but it
would be designed for using more than 1 backend (e.g. ConTeXt, Lout),
and to give a much better user
I also think that it is good to collect styles for math people in the wiki.
However, I have no experience to add something to the wiki, so I don’t know how.
I may try first and if I can’t, I’ll may ask your help.
I should mention again that these examples are not possible without
Jonas Baggett writes:
> This is a blog post I recently published:
> is about some ideas I have for a WYSIWYM editor like LyX, but it would
> be designed for using more than 1
I know ConTeXt can show different languages, but I have not found the
function which can enable ConTeXt to do so in the reference manual.
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to
On 12/3/2017 8:47 AM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
On 11/29/2017 09:53 PM, luigi scarso wrote:
I think it can easily done with a layer,
but the scope of the crop marks is to make a "clean" cut;
adding more marks as in your example means that the final sheets
can still have a "dirty" remain of inks
>/A desktop editor, not so much. But it'd be wonderful to have a cloud />/based
one with Git integration. /
+1 for desktop editor, although I plan to use Emacs for my ConTeXt writing, so
having better support in AUCTeX would be also nice. At the end, I believe that
Emacs is not so scary as it