Re: [NTG-context] Apostrophes not converting to typographical curly apostrophes

2012-03-26 Thread John Magolske
* Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl [120322 22:24]:
 On 22-3-2012 07:32, John Magolske wrote:
  I'm having difficulty getting straight 0x0027 apostrophes to convert
  into typographical single-quotes when using a given typescript.
 [...]
 search the wiki for 'features' ... you need to tell context what
 features to use for an opentype font

Thanks, I found it's trep that lets the straight apostrophes get curly:

\definefontfeature[default][trep=yes]

This was informative:  http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Quotesingle

Regards,

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[NTG-context] Apostrophes not converting to typographical curly apostrophes

2012-03-22 Thread John Magolske
I'm having difficulty getting straight 0x0027 apostrophes to convert
into typographical single-quotes when using a given typescript.

In the following example, \quote{single quotes} generates curly
typographical single quotes, but the apostrophe comes out as a
straight apostrophe in the PDF output:

\usetypescriptfile[type-lemonde]
\usetypescript[lemonde-1]
\setupbodyfont[lemonde,ss,11pt]
\starttext
Why don't the apostrophes show up as \quotation{curly}? The
\quote{single quotes} and \quotation{double quotes} are fine\ldots{}
\stoptext

The only way I can generate curly apostrophes is by placing 0x2019
characters into the source. However, when I comment out those first
three lines, the output displays a curly apostrophe fine in the default
font. Am I doing something wrong with how I've set up my typescript?

~/texmf/tex/context/user/type-lemonde.tex looks like this:

\starttypescript [serif] [lemonde]
\definefontsynonym [LeMondeLivre-Roman]  [name:lemondelivrenormalosf]
\definefontsynonym [LeMondeLivre-Bold]   [name:lemondelivreboldosf]
\definefontsynonym [LeMondeLivre-Italic] [name:lemondelivreitalicosf]
\definefontsynonym [Serif]   [LeMondeLivre-Roman]
\definefontsynonym [SerifBold]   [LeMondeLivre-Bold]
\definefontsynonym [SerifItalic] [LeMondeLivre-Italic]
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [sans] [lemonde]
\definefontsynonym [LeMondeSans-Roman]   [name:lemondesansnormalosf]
\definefontsynonym [LeMondeSans-Bold][name:lemondesansboldosf]
\definefontsynonym [LeMondeSans-Italic]  [name:lemondesansitalicosf]
\definefontsynonym [Sans][LeMondeSans-Roman]
\definefontsynonym [SansBold][LeMondeSans-Bold]
\definefontsynonym [SansItalic]  [LeMondeSans-Italic]
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [lemonde-1]
\definetypeface [lemonde] [rm] [serif][lemonde]
\definetypeface [lemonde] [ss] [sans] [lemonde]
\stoptypescript


This is using MkIV, recently updated minimals.

Thanks for any help,

John

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[NTG-context] Where to place typescripts so that they are globally accessable?

2011-05-20 Thread John Magolske
I'm using MkIV installed from minimals, and have set up a typescript
(type-lemonde.tex) for a font I'm using. It works fine when I copy
type-lemonde.tex into the working directory, but I'd like to have
it in one central location rather than having to copy it around to
multiple project directories. I see:

 1. Copy the typescript files into either
$TEXMF/tex/texmf-fonts/tex/context/user
$TEXMF/tex/texmf-project/tex/context/user
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Fonts_in_LuaTeX

But `echo $TEXMF` comes up blank. What should TEXMF be set to?
Is $TEXMF the same as the ConTeXt path mentioned here:

  A typescript must live in your project folder or in another folder
  in your ConTeXt path (e.g., (texmf)/tex/context/user)
  http://wiki.contextgarden.net/TypeScripts

I've tried several things including:

  ~/context/tex/texmf-fonts/tex/context/user/type-lemonde.tex

...but can't seem to get anything to work.

Thanks for any help,

John

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Re: [NTG-context] Where to place typescripts so that they are globally accessable?

2011-05-20 Thread John Magolske
* Jannis Pohlmann jan...@xfce.org [110520 13:48]:
 Fri, 20 May 2011 13:40:26 -0700 John Magolske listm...@b79.net wrote:
  I've tried several things including:
  
~/context/tex/texmf-fonts/tex/context/user/type-lemonde.tex
  
  ...but can't seem to get anything to work.
 
 Just to be sure: did you run context --generate after creating
 that file somewhere?

I did run that command after placing the file in the above location,
but I'm thinking since TEXMF is not set, ConTeXt doesn't know how to
find the typescript.

John

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Re: [NTG-context] Where to place typescripts so that they are globally accessable?

2011-05-20 Thread John Magolske
* Jannis Pohlmann jan...@xfce.org [110520 14:20]:
 Fri, 20 May 2011 13:58:17 -0700 John Magolske listm...@b79.net:
  * Jannis Pohlmann jan...@xfce.org [110520 13:48]:
   Fri, 20 May 2011 13:40:26 -0700 John Magolske listm...@b79.net:
I've tried several things including:

  ~/context/tex/texmf-fonts/tex/context/user/type-lemonde.tex

...but can't seem to get anything to work.
   
   Just to be sure: did you run context --generate after creating
   that file somewhere?
  
  I did run that command after placing the file in the above location,
  but I'm thinking since TEXMF is not set, ConTeXt doesn't know how to
  find the typescript.
 
 It's not set here either. Is ~/context your ConTeXt installation
 directory? If not then it might be worth trying a standard directory
 like ~/texmf instead (or ~/texmf/tex/context/base/ in your case). I
 always put my modifications into ~/texmf, run context --generate and it
 works.

Yes, ~/context is my ConTeXt installation directory. I placed the
typescript in ~/texmf like so:

~/texmf/type-lemonde.tex

then ran `context --generate` ... but still no luck.

John

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Re: [NTG-context] Where to place typescripts so that they are globally accessable?

2011-05-20 Thread John Magolske
* Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl [110520 14:42]:
 On 20-5-2011 11:27, John Magolske wrote:

  ~/texmf/type-lemonde.tex

 then ran `context --generate` ... but still no luck.

   ~/texmf/tex/context/user/type-lemonde.tex

 it need to be somewhere under ../tex/context (to avoid conflicts with
 other macro packages)

Yes, that works!

Thanks,

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Re: [NTG-context] Postscript Type1 fonts MK IV - [SOLVED]

2010-08-31 Thread John Magolske
* Khaled Hosny khaledho...@eglug.org [100830 18:29]:
 Try Taco's suggestion, I myself got unpredictable results with ~/.fonts,
 try instead ~/texmf/fonts/{afm,type1} or even ~/texmf/fonts/data

Thanks! This solved my problem:

  % mkdir -p ~/texmf/fonts/data
  % mv *.{pfb,afm} ~/texmf/fonts/data
  % export OSFONTDIR=$HOME/.fonts;$HOME/texmf/fonts/data

Or, to keep all fonts under ~/.fonts , this also works:

  % mkdir -p ~/.fonts/tex
  % mv *.{pfb,afm} ~/.fonts/tex
  % mkdir -p ~/texmf/fonts
  % ln -s ~/.fonts/tex ~/texmf/fonts/data
  % export OSFONTDIR=$HOME/.fonts

For some reason I was trying $HOME/context/tex/texmf/fonts/data
previously, which didn't work. But things are now working quite
nicely now -- thank you all.

Regards,

John

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Re: [NTG-context] Postscript Type1 fonts MK IV

2010-08-30 Thread John Magolske
* Khaled Hosny khaledho...@eglug.org [100829 08:37]:
 On Sat, Aug 28, 2010 at 11:50:38PM -0700, John Magolske wrote:
  
  Also, the SabonLT-Roman.afm file that came from Linotype has a section
  titled StartKernData, but .afm files generated using type1afm,
  fontforge, font2afm, etc. have no kerning section. Would using such
  .afm files cause sub-standard output with regard to kerning?
 
 FontForge can load mac type1 kerning, see:
 http://fontforge.sourceforge.net/faq.html#FOND-kern

Thanks, useful information linked there:

  The mac stored kerning information in the FOND resource associated
  with a bitmap font (it is not stored in the file with the postscript
  font). If you wish kerning data for a mac postscript font, you must
  find a font file containing a bitmap font with the same family and
  style as the postscript.

Reading this, I went into the directory of the font in question,
found the *.bmap file and ran `fondu -afm` on it. This created afm files
for all the fonts in that family, each file including a StartKernData
section with plenty of kerning data.

So I feel closer...at least I know how to create afm files that
include kerning data. But unfortunately, I still can't get these
fonts to work with ConTeXt. It must have something to do with the
font itself, as the SabonLT-Roman.afm and SabonLT-Roman.pfb I placed
in the ~/.fonts directory are working fine.

John

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Re: [NTG-context] Postscript Type1 fonts MK IV

2010-08-29 Thread John Magolske
* Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl [100828 15:34]:
 On 28-8-2010 1:16, John Magolske wrote:
 I'd like to get some Postscript Type1 fonts working with MK IV
 (installed via the minimals under Linux).

 put the afm files in the tree as well

 - either in the afm subtree (with pfb's in the type1 subtree)
 - or in the data tree (alongside pfb's)

 then run mtxrun --generate

Thanks -- I put a SabonLT-Roman.afm and a SabonLT-Roman.pfb into
~/.fonts and got things working.

But I'm having a heck of a time with another font family. It's a PS
Type1 font for Mac, and I've tried all sorts of things in attempting
to generate .pfb  .afm files from the original Mac PS Type1 fonts ...
fontforge, fondu, type1afm, font2afm ... on the Mac  on my Linux box.
But I can't get an afm/pfb combo that works. I've pasted the output of
a `context` command below (changed the font name here as I don't think
its license allows for converting it).

Is it inherently tricky to get Type1 PS Mac fonts working with ConTeXt
 luatex on Linux? I'm trying to avoid spending another $300 for some
fonts I already purchased but can no longer use (not on a Mac much any
more). I was able to use these *.pfb fonts with LaTeX + xetex in the
past under Linux.

Also, the SabonLT-Roman.afm file that came from Linotype has a section
titled StartKernData, but .afm files generated using type1afm,
fontforge, font2afm, etc. have no kerning section. Would using such
.afm files cause sub-standard output with regard to kerning?

Any suggestions/clarifications much appreciated,

John



% context test1.tex

MTXrun | run 1: luatex --fmt=/home/john/context/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache
/context/de...42/formats/cont-en --lua=/home/john/context/tex/texmf-cache
/luatex-cache/context/de...42/formats/cont-en.lui --backend=pdf ./test1.tex
This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.61.0-2010072816
 \write18 enabled.
(test1.tex

ConTeXt  ver: 2010.08.20 00:00 MKIV  fmt: 2010.8.22  int: english/english

system  : cont-new loaded
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.tex
systems : beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.tex
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkiv))
system  : cont-fil loaded
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-fil.tex
loading : ConTeXt File Synonyms
)
system  : cont-sys.rme loaded

(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/user/cont-sys.rme
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-def.mkiv)
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-lua.mkiv)
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-siz.mkiv)
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-otf.mkiv))
system  : test1.top loaded
(test1.top)
fonts   : preloading latin modern fonts
{/home/john/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-math.map}
{/home/john/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-rm.map}
{/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/fonts/map/pdftex/context/mkiv-base.map}
bodyfont: 12pt rm is loaded
language: language en is active
load afm reading /home/john/.fonts/SomeMacintoshPSfont.afm
load afm unifying /home/john/.fonts/SomeMacintoshPSfont.afm
load afm assigning private slot U+F for unknown glyph name 
onesuperior
load afm assigning private slot U+F0001 for unknown glyph name ffl
load afm assigning private slot U+F0002 for unknown glyph name ffi
load afm assigning private slot U+F0003 for unknown glyph name ff
load afm assigning private slot U+F0004 for unknown glyph name nbspace
load afm assigning private slot U+F0005 for unknown glyph name FL261
load afm assigning private slot U+F0006 for unknown glyph name fi
load afm assigning private slot U+F0007 for unknown glyph name 
twosuperior
load afm assigning private slot U+F0008 for unknown glyph name 
threesuperior
load afm assigning private slot U+F0009 for unknown glyph name fl
load afm add ligatures
load afm add tex-ligatures
load afm add extra kerns
load afm add tounicode data
load afm saving: SomeMacintoshPSfont in cache
report | lua: compiling /home/john/context/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context
/de675cef24f333545b18002e92921442/fonts/afmacintoshPSfont.tma into
/home/john/context/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context/de...42/fonts/afmacintoshPSfont.tmc
define fonts source file 'SomeMacintoshPSfont' is not found
define fonts unable to determine font format for ''
publications: loading formatting style from bxml-apa
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/bxml-apa.mkiv)
systems : begin file test1.tex at line 10
pagesflushing realpage 1, userpage 1, subpage 1
systems : end file test1.tex at line 12
system  : cont-err loaded
(/home/john/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-err.tex
systems : no file 'cont-sys.tex', using 'cont

Re: [NTG-context] Postscript Type1 fonts MK IV

2010-08-29 Thread John Magolske
* Taco Hoekwater t...@elvenkind.com [100829 00:24]:
 On 08/29/2010 08:50 AM, John Magolske wrote:

 Is it inherently tricky to get Type1 PS Mac fonts working with ConTeXt
   luatex on Linux?

 It should not be.

 load afm  reading /home/john/.fonts/SomeMacintoshPSfont.afm

 Why the odd afm name?  Is there a matching  SomeMacintoshPSfont.pfb ?

There is a matching SomeMacintoshPSfont.pfb. The odd name has to do
with me replacing the real font name with a made-up name in what I
pasted into my email to the list. Maybe that's silly/overly-cautious
... but I think the license for that font doesn't allow converting it
from a Mac PS font to a (Win?) PS font, generating afm files from it
with type1afm, etc. Anyhow, to re-cap, I did:

* go to the iMac  find a font named SomeMacintoshPSfont
* use Fontforge to generate SomeMacintoshPSfont.pfb
* use the type1afm utility to generate SomeMacintoshPSfont.afm
* put these pfb  afm files in the ~/.fonts directory on Linux box
* run `mtxrun --generate`
* run `mtxrun --script fonts --reload`
* view output of `mtxrun --script fonts --list --all` to get names
  for use in typscript.

But it doesn't work for some reason...

load afm  saving: SomeMacintoshPSfont in cache
...
define fonts  source file 'SomeMacintoshPSfont' is not found

Regards,

John


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Re: [NTG-context] Fwd: Debian_installation - repositories not found

2010-08-27 Thread John Magolske
 For Debian/unstable you do NOT need *ANY* of those. Everything is
 in Debian unstable and testing!!
 ...
 Just do
   apt-get install context
 should be enough. But that is not the most recent context, I haven't
 found time for packaging a more current version for now. I hope
 that I can manage it in the next weeks.

I decided to install the minimals for now so as to be able to follow
the latest ConTeXt developments. Thanks for maintaining the Debian
packages, volunteering for various projects myself, I understand it
all takes time.

Regards,

John

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[NTG-context] Postscript Type1 fonts MK IV

2010-08-27 Thread John Magolske
I'd like to get some Postscript Type1 fonts working with MK IV
(installed via the minimals under Linux). I placed the *.pfb fonts
in ~/.fonts and did:

mtxrun --script fonts --reload
mtxrun --script fonts --list --all --pattern=*

...but the output doesn't show any of the *.pfb fonts. The *.ttf fonts
installed alongside them in ~/.fonts do show up, and I can create PDFs
with those ttf fonts using the `context` command, but I'm not sure how
to proceed with the Postscript fonts.

Thanks for any suggestions,

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Re: [NTG-context] Fwd: Debian_installation - repositories not found

2010-08-18 Thread John Magolske
Hi Norbert,

      Err http://people.debian.org lmodern/ Packages
        404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]
      Err http://people.debian.org lmodern/ Sources
        404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]
      Err http://people.debian.org context/ Packages
        404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]
      Err http://people.debian.org context/ Sources
        404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]
 
 Ah, yes, lmodern and context packages are gone. Don't remember why, but
 I assume because there were no differences anymore and people could
 simply install the versions from Debian/stable ...
 
 John, what are you running (Debian release) and what do you want to install?

I'm running Debian unstable, and would like to install a somewhat
recent version of ConTeXt IV. I was under the impression the steps
listed in http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Debian_installation would
accomplish this. I'm also considering installing the minimals
instead, but it would be nice to be able to apt-get a recent ConTeXt
if possible. I'd like to keep LaTeX on my system as well, and would
like to avoid too much redundancy (small 16GB SSD).

Regards,

John


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[NTG-context] PDF's generated by XeTeX and LuaTeX, font licensing

2010-08-17 Thread John Magolske
Reading through the license of a commercial font I'm interested in,
I see it stipulated for PDF files created that:

... a reader or user cannot create new content using one of our
fonts in a PDF application ... the complete font is not embedded

And in an email correspondence with the vendor:

We just ask that you subset the font when exporting the PDFs ...

Do PDF's generated by XeTeX and LuaTeX subset the font in this way?

Regards,

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[NTG-context] Debian_installation - repositories not found

2010-08-17 Thread John Magolske
In attempting to install ConTeXt on Debian sid as per
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Debian_installation

I added these to my /etc/apt/sources.list :

# for texlive
deb http://people.debian.org/~preining/TeX/ tl2007/
deb-src http://people.debian.org/~preining/TeX/ src/

# for lmodern
deb http://people.debian.org/~preining/TeX/ lmodern/
deb-src http://people.debian.org/~preining/TeX/ lmodern/

# for context
deb http://people.debian.org/~preining/TeX/ context/
deb-src http://people.debian.org/~preining/TeX/ context/

But when running aptitude update:

Err http://people.debian.org lmodern/ Packages
  404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]
Err http://people.debian.org lmodern/ Sources
  404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]
Err http://people.debian.org context/ Packages
  404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]
Err http://people.debian.org context/ Sources
  404  Not Found [IP: 206.12.19.5 80]

Are there other repositories to point to for the most recent packages?
Maybe these are just temporarily unavailable? Or am I missing
something else?

Thanks for any suggestions,

John

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Re: [NTG-context] \totalnumberofpages and \setuparranging [2UP]

2005-12-15 Thread John Magolske

Yes, the --arrange option does the trick!
Thankyou Tobias and Johan for the informative replies.

What a nice system ConTeXt is, it's becoming one of my favorite tools.

John



Could it be that texexec needs to be run with

texexec --arrange

Johan

2005/12/15, Tobias Burnus :
  Hi,


 John Magolske wrote:
  I'm having trouble getting \totalnumberofpages to display while using

   \setuparranging [2UP].

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[NTG-context] \totalnumberofpages and \setuparranging [2UP]

2005-12-14 Thread John Magolske

Hi all,

I'm having trouble getting \totalnumberofpages to display while using 
\setuparranging [2UP].


What I'd like to do is print a letter, two columns to a page, then 
cut the page in two so the letter is in long columns with fractional 
page numbering at the bottom of each column, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4. But 
what's happening is 1/1, 2/2, 3/3, 4/4.


\definepapersize[4.25x11][width=4.25in,height=11in]
\setuppapersize [4.25x11][letter]
\setuplayout[backspace=.75in, width=2.75in,
topspace=.75in, top=0in,
header=0in, footer=.5in, height=9.75in]
\setuppagenumbering[location={footer,right},right={~/~}{\lastpage}]
\setuparranging [2UP]

Removing \setuparranging [2UP] allows \totalnumberofpages to work 
fine, and upon replacing it, the first run works. But subsequent runs 
revert back to 1/1, 2/2, etc.  This is using the texexec --pdf 
command.


I read through the thread \totalnumberofpages  texexec 
--pages=1:2, but being new to ConTeXt, I can't quite make out if 
that's relevant.


Any suggestions much appreciated.


- John

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