Re: [NTG-context] Additional steps taken since the first e-mail

2005-02-26 Thread Matthew Huggett
Mats Broberg wrote: I have also done the following since the first e-mail: - Copied the contents of texexec.rme to texexec.ini OK - Uncommented the set TeXShell to miktex line in the new texexec.ini file. - Added the string C:\texmf\miktex\context\perltk to the PATH

Re: [NTG-context] Additional steps taken since the first e-mail

2005-02-26 Thread Matthew Huggett
Also, what does mktexlsr refer to I don't know how it really works, so I can only explain this in layman's terms. If you look in your texmf directory, you should see a ls-R file. If you have a texmf-local tree, there should be one there too. These ls-R files make up a database that are

Re: [NTG-context] Which version is best for MSWindows users.?

2005-02-19 Thread Matthew Huggett
I am writing some e-books on free software. I am recommending TeX (of course) and Context instead of LaTeX. The vast majority of my readers will be using some flavor of MSWindows. Unfortunately there have been problems in synchronizing Context releases and Miktex releases, in re.

Re: [NTG-context] Navigation of site.

2005-02-19 Thread Matthew Huggett
I had problems recently navigating the pragma-ade site. I use Slackware Linux but I also have Win 2000. Unfortunately the browsers haven't kept up with pdf navigation of sites, except for Internet Explorer. The others I tested, Konqueror, Opera, Mozilla, Lynx etc. cannot navigate

Re: [NTG-context] ! Undefined control sequence.

2005-02-08 Thread Matthew Huggett
K. David Prince wrote: =20 TeXVersion 0.1 / Taco Hoekwater 2004 texexec : TeXExec 5.2.4 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 1997-200= 5 texutil : TeXUtil 9.0.0 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 1992-200= 4 tex : pdfeTeX,

[NTG-context] texsync

2005-02-01 Thread Matthew Huggett
Hi, A question about the texsync script: running ruby -S texsync.rb --force --list gives me TeXSync | TeXSync | fetching list of trees from '' rsync: failed to connect to Connection refused (111) rsync error: error in socket

Re: [NTG-context] can I upgrade yet?

2005-01-11 Thread Matthew Huggett
Is there some other way besides my traditional method of unzipping file into /localtexmf ? I'm on MikTeX as well. I've kept my system up to date via the MikTeX Update Wizard. But just to see if unzipping over my \texmf would break anything, I just tried it. No

Re: [NTG-context] TeXFont Problem

2004-12-18 Thread Matthew Huggett
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Re: [NTG-context] Pragma-ade site down?

2004-04-14 Thread Matthew Huggett
Both and work here. John Culleton wrote: I can no longer access the site. What has happened? I recommended it to others and they were blocked also. ___ ntg-context mailing list [EMAIL

Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt and the blind

2004-04-14 Thread Matthew Huggett
You'd have to do it a file at a time, but does the Acrobat Reader's save as text function do what you need? A much bigger solution would be to have your source as xml and then go from there to ConTeXt and pdf or straight to plain text via XSLT. Matt Alan Bowen wrote: I have very recently

Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt and emacs

2003-11-29 Thread Matthew Huggett
Thomas A.Schmitz wrote: Dear co-listers, I'm (very slowly) trying to use emacs with ConTeXt. I have tried Berend de Boers context.el which offers a good many nice features, but I couldn't find for the life of me how to do a couple of things (such as run texexec on the file I'm editing). In

Re: [NTG-context] scite

2003-09-30 Thread Matthew Huggett
Hans Hagen wrote: At 18:00 30/09/2003 +0900, you wrote: Setting an environment variable SciTE_HOME to the path of all my SciTE properties files helped. I also changed the import latex statment in my to import tex so that Hans' new is loaded instead. I'm

Re: [NTG-context] scite

2003-09-30 Thread Matthew Huggett
Jules Colding wrote: On Mon, 2003-09-29 at 14:49, Hans Hagen wrote: Hi, If you are in search for an editor: Has anyone looked into an emacs mode? Both Patrick Gundlach and Berend de Boer have some

Re: [NTG-context] scite

2003-09-30 Thread Matthew Huggett
Willi Egger wrote: Hans Hagen wrote: At 18:00 30/09/2003 +0900, you wrote: Setting an environment variable SciTE_HOME to the path of all my SciTE properties files helped. I also changed the import latex statment in my to import tex so that Hans' new

Re: [NTG-context] scite

2003-09-29 Thread Matthew Huggett
Further I am not sure how to get ConTeXt support in SciTE. I have opend the file which resides in \Documents and Settings. There I added the files mentioned in the manual import cont-de-scite import cont-en-scite import cont-nl-scite import cont-xx-scite import metafun-scite

Re: [NTG-context] Re: Support bei Einstieg in ConText

2003-09-27 Thread Matthew Huggett
Patrick Gundlach wrote: Steffen Wolfrum [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, Gibt es etwa B├╝cher zum Thema ConTeXt? come on, guys. Posting in a wrong language can happen. So what. Answering (an obviously private mail posted in the ML) here in the same language on this mailinglist is not the

[NTG-context] FONT-CHI.TEX

2003-09-22 Thread Matthew Huggett
Hi again: Line 660 of FONT-CHI.TEX has a \starttabulate while ln 812 has \starttabel . Is this a mistake? They should both be Dutch, shouldn't they? Matt ___ ntg-context mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [NTG-context] Re: beginner question re: counters

2003-09-21 Thread Matthew Huggett
Patrick Gundlach wrote: Hi, Matthew Huggett [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I apologize for asking such a basic question. What is the correct way to increment a counter such that each time a macro is used, the counter is augmented by 1. Pawel Jackowski na Onet [EMAIL PROTECTED

[NTG-context] parsetrees

2003-09-16 Thread Matthew Huggett
//Ed Cashin wrote: I'm making some notes on English grammar for some students and I want to analyze a few sentences using parse trees. Is there a way to do trees in ConTeXt? I guess I'd need to use Metapost. Any pointers would be appreciated. Please let us know if you find anything. I was in

Re: [NTG-context] finding external figures

2003-09-10 Thread Matthew Huggett
Pawel Jackowski na Onet wrote: Is there any way to use absolute path for external figure in ConTeXt code? Is the following example from the manual of any help? \setupexternalfigures[directory={c:/fig/eps,c:/fig/pdf}] Note that the path needs / not \ Matthew

Re: [NTG-context] \dosetupsystem ????!

2003-08-27 Thread Matthew Huggett
Hans Hagen wrote: sounds like you set the directory string to some \setupsystem command, are you sure that your file is ok? I get the error even on a simple file like: \setupoutput[pdftex] \starttext This is a test. \stoptext If I insert a } when tex reports the error, it runs to the end and

[NTG-context] \dosetupsystem ????!

2003-08-26 Thread Matthew Huggett
Hi: Can anybody tell me what might cause this error: Runaway argument? \c!gebied ={\setupsystem [inputfile=rice.tex] \protect ! File ended while scanning use of \dosetupsystem. inserted text \par to be read again \relax \dodoreadfile ...normalinput

[NTG-context] building formats under MikTeX

2003-08-14 Thread Matthew Huggett
Hello All: When I run texexec --make to (re)build my formats (under MikTeX), texexec reports that it can't read TEX.POOL and MP.POOL . Then a window's dialog box reports that pdfetex has crapped out. Any any ideas? Thanks and best wishes, Matt

[NTG-context] texfont and type-tmf.dat

2003-08-02 Thread Matthew Huggett
Hi: When I run texfont as follows: texfont --en=texnansi --fontroot=/usr/share/texmf/fonts /usr/share/context/data/type-tmf.dat texfont reports unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/[font name] for each font listed in type-tmf.dat. Where should the fonts be found? Thanks, Matt

Re: [NTG-context] Newbie screwed up his installation

2003-07-13 Thread Matthew Huggett
Can you provide an example file? If you haven't made any changes to your installation, you can't have messed anything up, so you must be missing something in your input. Matt ___ ntg-context mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [NTG-context] Improving the Documentation of Context

2003-06-14 Thread Matthew Huggett
Matthias Vogel wrote: I think it would be nice to have the manuals improved in the following not very costly way (??? indicates my ignorance): \setuplayout[..,..=..,..] width dimension fit middle .width, ??? and orientation of main text heightdimension fit middle

Re: [NTG-context] Writing Japanese using ConTeXt

2003-06-10 Thread Matthew Huggett
Matt Gushee wrote: What would a good sample consist of? I can probably find something. Well, for starters I guess samples showing the interaction of the four writing scripts (I'm thinking of glyph spacing and line-breaking here; e.g., in the transition from native script to Romaji and back

Re: [NTG-context] Writing Japanese using ConTeXt

2003-06-09 Thread Matthew Huggett
Tim 't Hart wrote: Recently, I've made the 'unwise' decision to start studying Japanese next year, and of course I want to keep on using ConTeXt to write my school papers. [] So I decided to find a way to write Japanese in ConTeXt. First I tried using the eOmega/ConTeXt combination since I