Re: [NTG-context] Handling Optical Sizes for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-09 Thread Antoine Cailliau
.com/file/d/0Bwo7pPA5_WkDdlNLbHdkMjg2dkU/view?usp=sharing > > The source: > > \definefontalternative[me] > ... > > \starttypescript [serif] [optical] [size] > > % design size 8 pt, size range (6 pt, 8.4 pt] > \definebodyfont [4pt,5pt,6pt,7pt,8pt] [rm] > [tf

[NTG-context] Handling Optical Sizes for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-09 Thread Antoine Cailliau
. - When using \switchtobodyfont, switches are correct up to 12pt. After that, it fallback on xits-mathbold Any help is welcome :-) The compiled file : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwo7pPA5_WkDdlNLbHdkMjg2dkU/view?usp=sharing The source: \definefontalternative[me] ... \starttypescript [serif

Re: [NTG-context] Handling Semi-Bold for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-04 Thread Antoine Cailliau
1 > Thank you very much for the example. I got it working for the "regular" > style-alternative. > > I don't know why, but the italic style-alternative do not work. In the > log, the font is not even loaded... Do you have an idea of what I'm doing > wrong? > > \def

Re: [NTG-context] Handling Semi-Bold for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-04 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
you have an idea of what I'm doing wrong? \definefontalternative[me] \definefontalternative[meit] \definefontalternative[se] \definefontalternative[seit] You can also only two letter names for the alternatives because the \definebodyfont command interprets everything after two letter as size (e.

Re: [NTG-context] Handling Semi-Bold for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-04 Thread Antoine Cailliau
> style-alternative. > > I don't know why, but the italic style-alternative do not work. In the > log, the font is not even loaded... Do you have an idea of what I'm doing > wrong? > > \definefontalternative[me] > \definefontalternative[meit] > \definefontalternative[se] >

Re: [NTG-context] Handling Semi-Bold for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-04 Thread Antoine Cailliau
Thank you very much for the example. I got it working for the "regular" style-alternative. I don't know why, but the italic style-alternative do not work. In the log, the font is not even loaded... Do you have an idea of what I'm doing wrong? \definefontalternative[me] \definefonta

Re: [NTG-context] Handling Semi-Bold for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-03 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
option is to write your own typescript for the fonts. \definefontalternative[sb] \definefontalternative[si] \starttypescript [sans] [source-sans] \definebodyfont [default] [ss] [tf=Sans sa 1, it=SansItalic sa 1, sb=SansMedium sa 1, si=SansMediumItali

[NTG-context] Handling Semi-Bold for Minion Pro in Context (LuaTeX)

2016-05-02 Thread Antoine Cailliau
Hello, I'm trying to use the font Minion Pro for my document. I'm using the simplefont module but I cannot use the semibold font. I guess I'm missing some line in the configuration to bind sb to the semibold variant. Here is a short example of my setup: \definefontalternative[sb

Re: [NTG-context] Fonts in Mk IV -- \definefontalternative documentation?

2011-11-11 Thread Christian
of the ConTeXt manual but the \definefontalternative macro and the approach described here are not documented there. The approach below works for me if I adapt it to Adobe Garamond Premier Pro, but I am attempting to build a typescript for that handles optical weights, small caps, etc and I have

Re: [NTG-context] Fonts in Mk IV -- \definefontalternative documentation?

2011-11-11 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 11.11.2011 um 11:13 schrieb Christian: Hello and welcome to the world of ConTeXt! I was in you place about one year ago :) The best way to get started with fonts is probably the simplefonts module. I haven't used anything since I started and was able to do everything I wished for,

Re: [NTG-context] Fonts in Mk IV -- \definefontalternative documentation?

2011-11-11 Thread Christian
Hello and welcome to the world of ConTeXt! I was in you place about one year ago :) The best way to get started with fonts is probably the simplefonts module. I haven't used anything since I started and was able to do everything I wished for, so far. Peter wants to use a font with

[NTG-context] Fonts in Mk IV -- \definefontalternative documentation?

2011-11-10 Thread Peter Park Nelson
find it somewhere else? I have searched through the revised Fonts chapter of the ConTeXt manual but the \definefontalternative macro and the approach described here are not documented there. The approach below works for me if I adapt it to Adobe Garamond Premier Pro, but I am attempting to build

Re: [NTG-context] odd end-of-line error w/ Minion Pro

2011-02-11 Thread Christian
\smcp#1{{\setff{smallcaps}#1}} \definefontfeature[addfssmcp][mode=node,smcp=yes] \unexpanded\def\sc{\addfs{addfssmcp}} %% We need style switches for semibold and other variants \definefontalternative [bc] \definefontalternative [bci] \definefontalternative [sb] \definefontalternative [sbc

Re: [NTG-context] Inconsistent handling of ligatures

2011-02-10 Thread Christian
% %%% % \definefontalternative [bl] % \definefontalternative [bli] \definefontalternative [bc] \definefontalternative [bci] \definefontalternative [sb] \definefontalternative [sbc] \definefontalternative [sbci] \definefontalternative [sbi

Re: [NTG-context] Typescript troubles with semibold font.

2011-02-09 Thread Taco Hoekwater
the relevant ones for defining % the semi bold alternatives \definefontalternative [sb] \definefontalternative [si] \definebodyfont [default] [ss] [sb=SansSemiBold sa 1, si=SansSemiBoldItalic sa 1] \starttypescript [sans] [myriadpro] \definefontsynonym [MyriadPro-SemiBold

Re: [NTG-context] Typescript troubles with semibold font.

2011-02-09 Thread Christian
face and Myriad Pro as sans serif in headings etc. I use TeXlive, ConTeXt 2009.11.26 16:28, MKiV. Based on ideas from the forthcoming book context mkiv -- Fonts: % note: I have deleted all lines except the relevant ones for defining % the semi bold alternatives \definefontalternative [sb

[NTG-context] \definefontalternative breaks font switches in math

2010-12-08 Thread Florian Wobbe
Dear typescript experts, in an earlier Email I reported, that the font switches did not work in math mode. E.g., $\bf a=\alpha$ $\bi a=\alpha$ did not display bold math. It turned out that this happens when I invoke \definefontalternative. Normaly \bf is defined like this: *\show\bf \bf

Re: [NTG-context] \definefontalternative breaks font switches in math

2010-12-08 Thread Hans Hagen
On 8-12-2010 9:18, Florian Wobbe wrote: Dear typescript experts, in an earlier Email I reported, that the font switches did not work in math mode. E.g., $\bf a=\alpha$ $\bi a=\alpha$ did not display bold math. It turned out that this happens when I invoke \definefontalternative. Normaly

[NTG-context] Typescript Bodoni Old Fashion

2010-12-03 Thread Philipp Gesang
} \definesystemconstant{SerifSemiBoldItalic} \definefontalternative[sbo] \definefontalternative[sbi] \definebodyfont [default] [rm] [tf=Serif sa 1, bf=SerifBold sa 1, it=SerifItalic sa 1, sl=SerifSlanted sa 1, bi=SerifBoldItalic sa 1, bs=SerifBoldSlanted sa 1, sbo=SerifSemiBold sa 1

Re: [NTG-context] Script to automatically generate typescripts

2010-06-07 Thread Thomas Floeren
it doesn't work on my sytem). 3. The line '\usetypescriptfile [nameofthetypescriptfile]' should be included in the test-file. So the test-file will use the typescript file if it is in the same directory as the test-file. 4. All the '\definefontalternative' definitions which you print in the terminal

Re: [NTG-context] getting new font variants to work

2010-06-03 Thread Bernhard Rosensteiner
of \definealternativestyle[medium][\me][] use \definefontalternative[me] then the command \me should be available. the \definealternativestyle command is only for key value pairs in style= keys as far as i know best regards Bernhard

Re: [NTG-context] typescripts

2010-03-17 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
, The last time i did this you needed for MkIV also \definefontalternative[in] \definefontalternative[bd] but be carefull with the shortcuts, \in is already used (references). And then \definefontsynonym[SerifYourFontVariantName][YourFontName] It's true that most people don't do that, but I see

Re: [NTG-context] typescripts

2010-03-17 Thread Mojca Miklavec
  in=SerifYourFontVariantName sa 1,   bd=SerifYourOtherFontVariantName sa 1, The last time i did this you needed for MkIV also \definefontalternative[in] \definefontalternative[bd] but be carefull with the shortcuts, \in is already used (references). I know, but it's up to Michael to choose the names for his scheme

[NTG-context] typescripts

2010-03-17 Thread Michael Saunders
][YourFontName] It's true that most people don't do that, but I see no reason for not extending the model for your particular needs. Mojca -- Wolfgang Schuster: The last time i did this you needed for MkIV also \definefontalternative[in] \definefontalternative[bd