[NTG-context] Footnote in columns/sets?

2007-01-31 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

Since I've got no answer, I date to resent my question once more, and
even to add to it.

I typeset a document in two columns on the grid. I use both columns, and 
columnsets. I place footnotes in the lastcolumn.

  \setupfootnotes
[rule=off, way=bypage, location=lastcolumn, conversion=set 3]
  \setupfootnotedefinition
[location=left, width=fit, hang=1]

1) How can I set interlinespace to a smaller distance? (I don't care that
the footnote lines would not be on the grid---I prefer it to a very
loose interlinespace.) I guess that there is better way than to write

  \footnote{\setupinterlinespace[line=9pt] ...\par}

Moreover, it doesn't work well since on the first line is apparently
inserted a strut.


2) In columnsets, the footnotes appear in the column where they are
referenced, not in the last (the second) column. How can I force it to
the second column?

Many thanks for your answers.
M.K.

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[NTG-context] Footnote in columns interlinespace

2007-01-29 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good noon.

I typeset a document in two columns on the grid. Footnotes I place in
the columns.
\setupfootnotes
  [rule=off, way=bypage, location=columns, conversion=set 3,
before={\blank[line]}]
\setupfootnotedefinition
  [location=left,width=fit, sample={\mathematics{\star\star\star}\
},hang=1]
How can I set interlinespace to a smaller distance? (I don't care that
the footnote lines would not be on the grid---I prefer it to a very
loose interlinespace.) I guess that there is better way than to write
\footnote{\setupinterlinespace[line=9pt] ...\par}
Moreover, it doesn't work well since on the first line is apparently
inserted a strut.

Many thank for you help.
Michal Kvasnicka


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Re: [NTG-context] pdfetex 1.40.1 + ghosscript problem? More findings

2007-01-20 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I found some more puzzling things. I write them here fore anybody who
may be interested. :-)

I tried to typeset a document using two font families: TrueType Gentium
by SIL, and Adobe OpenType Myriad. First I converted Myriad to Type1
using fontforge, then I prepared metrics for all fonts with TeXFont
using ec-lm encoding. I found this:

(1) Any ConTeXt document produced by pdfetex 1.40.1 (even this one:
\setupoutput[pdf]
\starttext
\input tufte
\stoptext
makes my GhostScript (gs Ghostscript 8.15.3 under SuSE Linux 10.1) die
with this error:
    Warning:  An error occurred while reading an XREF table.
    The file has been damaged.  This may have been caused
    by a problem while converting or transfering the file.
    Ghostscript will attempt to recover the data.
   ERROR: /undefined in /BXlevel
etc. However, if I make a ps-file out of it using AdobeReader, I can
view/print it with my GhostScript.
The newest Ghostscript (Ghostscript 8.54 (2006-05-17)) doesn't write
this error message but the rest of problems (see below) is the same.

(2) When I typeset my document only with the Gentium font, or only with
the Myriad font, or with a combination of the Gentium and LatinModern,
or the Gentium and TrueType version of Myriad (made fontforge), the
outcome is the same as (1).

(3) If I try to combine TrueType Gentium and Type1 Myriad, my
GhostScript failes to view/print it properly: strange letters appear in
the text.

I've got no idea what's wrong. By the way, my input regime is now utf8.

Do you thing this is problem of ConTeXt, or pdfetex, or GhostScript?
Whom should I tell it?

Yours
Michal Kvasnicka

P.S. I apologize to all of you who are bothered by this topic.

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[NTG-context] Module `database' and UTF8?

2007-01-20 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I apologize that I bother you now so much with my own problems but I
have to rewrite some of my macros right now for some reason.

I found there is a great `database' module. I tried it with ConTeXt
version 2007.01.12 15:56, perl TeXExec 5.4.3, and pdfetex 1.40.1 under
SuSE Linux 10.1. I use input encoding regime utf8, and fonts in ec-lm
encoding. I set it this way:
\defineseparatedlist[CSV]
  [separator=tab,%{,}, %quotechar={},
   before=\bTABLE, after=\eTABLE,
   first=\bTR, last=\eTR,
   left=\bTD, right=\eTD]
And call it with \processseparatedfile[CSV][file.csv].

It works well with words without accents. If there is an accented letter
in the file.csv, it failes with this error message:
! Argument of \utftwouniglph has an extra }.
inserted text
\par
to be read again
   }
\dodoprocessseplist #1#2-\edef \!!stringa {#1}
\ifx [EMAIL PROTECTED]
\!!stringa ...
argument PŘÍJMY   leden   únor
březen  duben   květen  červen 
červenecsrpe...

\doprocessseplist ...elax -\dodoprocessseplist #1
\relax  \relax
\relax \end
\doprocessseparatedfileline ...plist \line \relax
  \else \expanded
{\processq...
...

Can you help me to make it work?

Many thanks. Yours
Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] pdfetex 1.40.1 + ghosscript problem?

2007-01-18 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

Excuse me this off-topic, I don't know where should I ask.

I've installed pdfetex 1.40.1 to be able to use hz-algorithm with
truetype fonts. Both my AdobeReader 7.x, and xpdf under SuSE Linux 10.1
view the output pdf file all right. But my gv viewer based on
ghostscript (version 8.15 (2006-04-19)) dies if I try to view the output
file with it. When I convert the pdf file to postscript using
AdobeReader, it doesn't die but view the document incorrectly (strange
letters appears where they are not supposed to be).

Can anybody tell me what's wrong, and if there is a ghostscript version
capable to view the output of pdftex 1.40.1? Without it it is useless
for me. :-(

Many thanks for your kind help.
Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] Another \setuparranging

2007-01-18 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

Is there any SIMPLE way to add one more arranging scheme to
\setuparranging command? I regularly typeset some document on a piece of
paper that is 1/3 of A4, and want to print it in such a way that three
of them are positioned side to side on one A4 paper. I've been doing it
with pstops utility. Isn't there a simple way how make \setuparranging
command to do it?

And one more related question: Usually the document has just one page,
so in the print version there are three same pages side to side to each
other. Any hint how to do it?

Many thanks for your help.
Michal Kvasnicka

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Re: [NTG-context] Columns page-break problem -- mini example

2007-01-16 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Can you please try to replicate this mini example:

\setupoutput[pdf]
\setuppapersize[A5][A5]

\starttext

\startcolumns
  \dorecurse{4}{\input tufte\par}
\stopcolumns
a

\startcolumns
  \dorecurse{5}{\input tufte\par}
\stopcolumns

\stoptext

In my case there is a big hole on the page 2 (after the first
\stopcolumns). Even the letter a goes to the next page, page 3.

I use perl TeXExec 5.4.3, ConTeXt  ver: 2007.01.12 15:56 MKII, pdfeTeX,
Version 3.141592-1.21a-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.4) with teTeX tetex-3.0-37 under
SuSE Linux 10.1.

Many thanks
Michal Kvasnicka

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Re: [NTG-context] Columns page-break problem -- mini example

2007-01-16 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Many thanks for your help. I'll do what I can to help Mr. Hagen to
improve ConTeXt. Just tell me please how can I make the bug report.

Michal Kvasnicka
 Verified. \stopcolumns seems to generate a pagebreak when the
 combined length of the text in all the typeset columns would
 be longer than half of the page height. Can you make a bug report?

 Best, Taco

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[NTG-context] texexec ruby problem

2007-01-14 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.

I've just installed new ConTeXt (ver: 2006.08.08 21:51) under SuSE 10.1
Linux. I tried to make ruby version of texexec working, but I failed.
When I try to run it, I get this error message:

/usr/share/texmf/scripts/context/ruby/texexec.rb:10:in `require': no
such file to load -- base/switch (LoadError)
from /usr/share/texmf/scripts/context/ruby/texexec.rb:10

Can you tell me what package should I install? And is there any
difference between the perl and the ruby texexecs?

Your sincerely
Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] Columns page-break problem

2007-01-14 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.

I've just installed new ConTeXt (ver. 2006.08.08 21:51), and use perl
TeXExec (ver. 5.4.3). Now my old macros using the columns environment
have stopped working properly. Even when I type (n being a number)

\startcolumns
\dorcurse{n}{\input tufte}
\stopcolumns
a

the page is broken after the \stopcolumns sometimes even when only 50-80
% of the page is filled (a is in the next page). In my previous
installations (I haven't upgraded for a long time) it worked perfect.

What's wrong? Was something changed? Haven't I installed the ConTeXt
properly? What should I do?
Your sincerely
Michal Kvasnicka

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Re: [NTG-context] Columns page-break problem

2007-01-14 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
BTW, I've replaced my ConTeXt with the newest one (ConTeXt  ver:
2007.01.12 15:56 MKII), and the outcome is the same.
M.K.


Michal Kvasnicka napsal(a):
 Good morning.

 I've just installed new ConTeXt (ver. 2006.08.08 21:51), and use perl
 TeXExec (ver. 5.4.3). Now my old macros using the columns environment
 have stopped working properly. Even when I type (n being a number)

 \startcolumns
 \dorcurse{n}{\input tufte}
 \stopcolumns
 a

 the page is broken after the \stopcolumns sometimes even when only 50-80
 % of the page is filled (a is in the next page). In my previous
 installations (I haven't upgraded for a long time) it worked perfect.

 What's wrong? Was something changed? Haven't I installed the ConTeXt
 properly? What should I do?
 Your sincerely
 Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] CM Super HF Bright -- encoding?

2006-09-18 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I wish to typeset a document using Computer Modern Sans Bright font. 
There is HFBright package, and CM-Super package. The first one doesn't 
include all letters used in the Czech Typography, while the other does. 
So I'd like to use it. Now, what of encodings supported by the package 
should I use? I tried:

\mainlanguage[cz]
\enableregime[il2]
\loadmapfile[cm-super-t1.map]
\definefontsynonym [Serif][ebmr10][encoding=cm-super-t1]

but all accented letters were spoiled. I've got the same result when I 
tried to substitute cm-super-t1 with ec, ec-lm, and t1.

What mapfile and what encoding should I use?
Your thankful
Michal Kvasnicka


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[NTG-context] MyriadPro?

2006-07-07 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I tried to use MyriadPro font (associated with Linux version of 
AdobeReader 7.x). First I've converted it to .afm/.pfb through FontForge 
(with default setting since I don't know how to use it). Then I've 
generated metrics and the rest TeX stuff with texfont---I've used lm-ec 
encoding. (I know that this way I loose all those wonderful features of 
Profi fonts---I don't care, I simply like basic look of the font.) All 
worked well in ConTeXt---until I found that Czech letters (those with 
acutes and carons and rings) are present only in the Regular font, not 
in the Bold and Italic. Can you explain me 1) how is it possible, and 2) 
how to use this font to typeset Czech documents (i.e. to get a full 
ec-encoded fonts from it)? Can I expect the same kind of problems with 
MinionPro as well?

Many thanks for your answers. I wish you nice summer.
Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] ec encoding and tcaron

2006-06-09 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Dear friends,

I apologize that I ask the same question that had been asked a year ago 
but I can't find in the archive the definite solution.

I want to use new fonts in the ConTeXt to typeset the Czech documents. 
TeXFont seems to be the best way to prepare metrics. EC encoding seems 
to be the standard ConTeXt encoding. But it doesn't include tcaron 
(well, this is true at least for EC.enc on my teTeX 3.0 under the SuSE 
Linux 10.0 with the latest ConTeXt from May 28). (In the Czech the lower 
case of Tcaron looks like tqouteright but nowadays most AFM files call 
it tcaron).  Other glyphs may miss as well (I might not notice since I 
suspect that ConTeXt replaces missing letter with composites, e.g. 
Ecaron with \v{E}).

So, what is the standard way I should use? I can use ec-lm.enc but is it 
the right way? (Moreover, it seems there is no information for 
ligatures.) I could try to use il2, but is the right way? And I had some 
problems with xl2.enc used formerly for il2-encoded fonts.

So, what was decided to be the right encoding for the ConTeXt? (Is the 
answer the same for the Czech typesetters?)
And one more question: Does anybody have the enc file that would make 
the TeXFont to generate metrics for il2-encoded fonts for the use with 
csplain (the Czech version of plainTeX)?

Sincerely yours
Michal Kvasnicka

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Re: [NTG-context] ec encoding and tcaron

2006-06-09 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Hi Richard.
 I'm sure the EC encoding contains the 'tcaron' character (see the 
 lm-ec.enc file for example).
 I have ConTeXt on top of TeXLive 2005.
 I can find:
 texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/base/ec.enc
 texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/lm/ec-lm.enc
 texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/lm/lm-ec.enc

 I use EC normally for typesetting Czech documents. So I would suggest 
 to use EC ;-)
I'm sorry you're not right. The lm-ec.enc really includes tcaron, but 
neither ec.enc nor EC.enc does, at least at my teTeX 3.0. If you use 
only LatinModern, it works, because lm-ec.enc is used. But I doubt it 
works well for other fonts. Does it? I was unsuccessful. Can you send me 
your ec.enc file please?

Yours
Michal Kvasnicka

P.S. It's nice to hear that more Czech use the ConTeXt.

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Re: [NTG-context] RLXTOOLS ?

2006-06-01 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Many thanks to you both---I will experiment with both solutions. I would 
prefer the RLXTools (being standard in the ConTeXt) but I still can't 
imagine how should I make the figure name/conversion dependent on the 
size specified in the TeX file (different sizes for different figures). 
However, I'll experiment.

Many thanks once more.
M.K.

in the default rlxtools.rlx file you will find

rl:manipulator name='lowres' suffix='pdf'
rl:oldrl:value name='path'//rl:value name='file'//rl:old
rl:newrl:value name='path'//rl:value 
name='prefix'/rl:value name='file'//rl:new
rl:step
texmfstart pstopdf --convert --method=4
--inputpath=rl:value name='path'/
--outputpath=rl:value name='path'//rl:value name='prefix'/
rl:value name='file'/
/rl:step
/rl:manipulator

so, what you can do is define something  lowres-x and lowres-y and set 
the conversion to one of those those depending on the width

tricky but kind of okay is

\definemeasure[whatever][\makeupwidth]

... 
width=\measure{whatever},conversion=lowres-\ifdim\measure{whatever}\makeupwidth
 
x\else y\fi,...

Hans


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[NTG-context] RLXTOOLS ?

2006-05-30 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

How can I make RLXTOOLS to regenerate a figure when its dimensions in 
the TeX file are changed? (What I mean is this: For screen version of my 
documents I downscale JPGs to 100ppi. But it depends on the size given 
by the TeX file. So I'd like RLXTools to regenerate the figure when I change
\externalfigure[bum.jpg][width=\textwidth]
to
\externalfigure[bum.jpg][width=\makeupwidth]
for instance (while in columns).)

How can I get force it to do it?

Many thanks for you kind answer. And many thanks to Mr. Hagen for this 
wonderful tool -- it's much better than my semimanual use of Make.

Yours
Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] Advance in columnsets/columns?

2006-05-05 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I've been very busy in the last year or so, so I haven't been able to 
follow up change in the ConTeXt. So I dare to ask: Was there some 
advance in columnsets and columns in the last year? (I haven't found any 
mail in the mail archive on this topic.) I typeset our church bulletin 
in the column layout, so I am especially interested in these matters:

1) If there is some automatic balancing of columnsets, that would allow 
me to stop the columnset at the middle of the page, balance it 
automatically (not manually, I know to do it manually, but it's 
bothering), and start a new columnset on the same page. (I know it's on 
the edge of TeX possibilities, or beyond perhaps. But Mr. Hagen is a 
real Wizard---he has already implemented many things that I thought are 
not possible in the TeX.)

2) Or, what would be satisfactory, if the float-placement mechanism of 
ordinary columns was improved, so that I would be able to put a float 
not only here, or on the top, but also in the bottom in the two 
columns layout.

Many thanks for your kind answer.
Your sincerely
M.K.

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[NTG-context] Minion/Myriad

2006-05-05 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I've found there are some nice Minion/Myriad fonts included in the 
Acrobat Reader 7.x for Linux, and that they include glyphs needed for 
the typesetting Czech. But I don't know how to handle .otf fonts. I know 
there are some huge manuals on this topic, but I'm really short of time. 
So I dare to ask one lazy question: Does anybody here have all the 
necessary files (typescripts, metrics, virtual fonts, .otf translated to 
.pfb etc)? Would he be so nice to zip and send it to me? (Perhaps with a 
sample file showing how to use it?) I'd be really thankful for that. (I 
know it's not a great reward.)

Your sincerely lazy being short of time :-)
Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] Blocks in a macro?

2005-02-14 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.
How can I include \beginblock ... \endblock into a macro?
I have defined:
   \defineblock[question]
   \defineblock[answer]
   \defineenumeration[question][location=serried, coupling=answer]
   \defineenumeration[answer][location=serried, coupling=answer]
   \hideblocks[answer]
I'd like to simplify my code from
   \beginquestion \startquestion question ... \stopquestion \endquestion
   \beginanswer \answer answer ... \par  \endanswer
to
   \q{question ...}{answer ...}
\q begin something like this:
   \def\q{%
  \beginquestion \question #1\par \endquestion
   \beginanswer \answer #2\par  \endanswer
   }
But no question/anwer is written into .tub file (only the beginning/end 
of those blocks).

Any hint?
Many thanks. Your sincerely
Michal Kvasnicka
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Re: [NTG-context] Blocks in a macro?

2005-02-14 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.
Many thanks for your help. Basicly it works. Problem is that it spoils 
formatting. Try the following example. The answers defined through block 
are not serried, while the last one defined directly is. Could it be 
solved somehow?

Many thanks once more.
M.K.
P.S. Does it mean that blocks cannot be reasonably linked to XML-marks too?

% output=pdf
\defineenumeration[question]
 [way=bychapter, coupling=answer, location=serried, text=, 
distance=0pt, width=broad]
\defineenumeration[answer]
 [way=bychapter, coupling=question, location=serried, text=, 
distance=0pt, width=broad]
\defineblock[question, answer]
\hideblocks[answer]
\setupblock[question][before=\startquestion,after=\stopquestion]
\setupblock[answer][before=\startanswer,after=\stopanswer]

\starttext
\chapter{Questions}
\beginquestion
Question one
\endquestion
\beginanswer
Answer one
\endanswer
\beginquestion
Question two
\endquestion
\beginanswer
Answer two
\endanswer
\chapter{Answers}
\reset[question,answer]
\useblocks[answer]
\startanswer
Answer three
\stopanswer
\stoptext
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Re: [NTG-context] New ConTeXt cz interface - apologize

2005-01-21 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good afternoon.
I have to apologize for making a mess here. The problem I have refered 
the last week was not caused by ConTeXt, nor by TeXLive (at least not 
directly), but by my own stupidness.  When I deleted the old ConTeXt 
from the TeXLive directory tree, I didn't deleted old file cont-usr.tex 
which was placed in some absurd distant directory I had not expected. So 
I apologize. But anyway, your hints helped me to find this problem---I 
would be otherwise probably able to find it out.

BTW, can someone explain me what is the logic behind the TeXLive 
directory tree? Why isn't so simple as the old teTeX was? Why some 
configuraton files are there two or three times, sometimes with 
different content? :-( Is somewhere an explanation of these wonders? :-(

With many greetings and once more apologizing your
Michal Kvasnicka
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[NTG-context] New ConTeXt cz interface installation problem

2005-01-11 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Dear friends,
I apologize that I have recently sent message to this list only when 
I've got some problems. Nontheless I need to keep this tradition. :-( I 
tried to install the newest ConTeXt over the TexLive 9/2003. All was 
perfect except the Czech interface. I've got a strange error. What 
should I do to improve it?

My system is this:
* SuSE Linux 9.1
* TeX Live + CTAN 9/2003
* pdfeTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.11a-2.1 (Web2C 7.5.2)
* ConTeXt  ver: 2004.12.06  fmt: 2005.1.11  int: english  mes: english
* TeXExec 5.2.3 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 1997-2004
The excerpt from the log file is this:
language   : patterns for cz not loaded
language   : patterns for hr not loaded
language   : patterns for pl not loaded
language   : patterns for sk not loaded
encoding   : coding fde is loaded
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/context/base/enco-fde.tex unprotect 3
language   : language specific options [default-de] seamless appended
language   : language specific options [default-de] seamless appended
language   : language specific options [default-de] seamless appended
encoding   : coding pdfdoc
language   : language specific options [pdfdoc-de] seamless appended
encoding   : coding ec
language   : language specific options [ec-de] seamless appended
encoding   : coding texnansi
language   : language specific options [texnansi-de] seamless appended
protect 3))
language   : patterns en for en loaded (n=1)
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/generic/hyphen/hyphen.tex)
language   : no hyphenations en for en (n=1)
language   : patterns de for de loaded (n=2)
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/generic/hyphen/dehyphn.tex
New German Hyphenation Patterns `dehyphn' Rev.31 2001-05-07 (WaS))
language   : no hyphenations de for de (n=2)
encoding   : coding il2
language   : patterns sk for sk loaded (n=3)
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/generic/hyphen/skhyph.tex
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/csplain/t1code.tex Font encoding set to Cork.)
The \^, \`, \', \v, \ and \r expands to characters by Cork.
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/csplain/skhyphen.tex))
language   : no hyphenations sk for sk (n=3)
encoding   : coding ec
language   : patterns sk for sk loaded (n=3)
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/generic/hyphen/skhyph.tex
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/csplain/t1code.tex Font encoding set to Cork.)
The \^, \`, \', \v, \ and \r expands to characters by Cork.
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/csplain/skhyphen.tex
! Duplicate pattern.
l.29 a1
I am quite desperate so I will be thankfull for any hint.
Your sincerelly
Michal Kvasnicka
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Re: [NTG-context] New ConTeXt cz interface installation problem

2005-01-11 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
David Antos wrote:
just a comment. In TeXlive2003, czhyph.tex contains first
\ifx\addlanguage\undefined
 \errmessage{This file can be used only in babelised formats!}
\fi
 

Well, I forgot to say that I commented these lines. :-) As for the rest, 
I think ConTeXt is as superior to LaTeX as an herd of buldozers is to a 
child trowel in digging. :-)

Many thanks to you both for your help.
M.K.
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Re: [NTG-context] Metapost animation

2004-09-16 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.
Many thanks for your answer. If it doesn't work for `small steps (1s)', 
it's probably useless, since for a smooth motion at least 15 frames per 
seconds are needed. But anyway, what is `svg'? Where can I see `dante XV 
presentation'?

And one more question: Is sounds as system-dependent as movies? If not, 
how can I integrate it in a PDF document?

Many thanks and greetings.
Yours
Michal Kvasnicka
sure, you can let a javascript toggle the states; however, small steps 
(1 sec) are not to be trusted in precission, since they also depend 
on the machine; they also kind of block other actions since there is 
no concept of animation in pdf (apart from svg, which is poorly 
implemented/integrated).  
Another method is demonstrated in the 'dante XV' presentation (runs 
slightly faster on a mac than on windows);
Hans 

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Re: [NTG-context] Re: Metapost animation

2004-09-14 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.
Thanks for your answers.
Well, I'm searching for automatic steps. (I know that manual steps are 
covered in the widgets manual.) And even for more funny stuff, like 
curves that appear `per partes', or curves thats slide from somewhere to 
their final location.

You need automatic steps? If not, take a look at 
http://dl.contextgarden.net/examples/euro-anim/euro-anim.pdf

 

As for your example, I don't understand it. It does work under Windoze 
with Acrobat 4.0 and Acrobat Reader 5.0, but not under Linux with 
Acrobat Reader 5.x. The same was true with Mr. Hagen's clock example. 
Why is it so? Can you send me your source? I'd like to compile it myself 
and see whether it would work, or not. Have you any explanation for that?

Well, my more questions I will rahter cover under another subject. :-)
Many thanks and greetings anyway.
M.K.
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[NTG-context] Problems with Acrobat Reader, animation, sound, JavaScript etc.

2004-09-14 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.
I'd like to ask a little off-topic questions but closely related to 
ConTeXt.  I'm sorry I bother you with this, but I need it. My interest 
is not purely academic. I'd like to prepare fully interactive documents 
for my students to work with at home and prepare to my classes.

My questions are like this: Theoretically, PDF can contain sound, movie, 
and JavaScript.
1) In practise, the movie plugin I have found only in the Acrobat Reader 
5.x under Windoze; in Linux and in Adobe Reader 6.0 under Windoze it was 
not present. Can I download it somewhere?
2) What are limits of QuickTime JPeg in the PDF? It worked with a movie 
included in the QuickTime viewer under Windoze, but not with a movie 
from my digital camera (Olympus C730UZ). How can I convert it (for free)?
3) How can I include sounds to my PDF? Does it work with all Readers 
under all platforms, or not? What do I need to install?
4) Some JavaScripts work only under Windoze, not under Linux. Why? How 
can I fix that? Mr. Hagen's clock example, and Mr. Gundlach euro-anim 
example are just two cases.
5) Does Adobe still support Linux? There is a reader version 6.0 for 
Windoze, but only 5.0.9 for Linux.
6) If I want to learn how to use JavaScript in the ConTeXt, what Adobe 
document should I read first? Is somewhere explained to integrate it in 
the ConTeXt (more that the widgets manual)?

Many thanks for any hint. I apologize one more for this slightly 
off-topic questions.
M.K.

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[NTG-context] Metapost animation

2004-09-13 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.
First of all I want to thank to Mr. Hagen for his last answer. I will 
check your last code of balanced columnsets at home (with the newest 
ConTeXt). As for your correcting code for ordinary collumns, I have 
tried it with three different types of my documents, and it worked well. 
Maybe this is the final solution of the problem. I will try it with more 
documents and let you know, anyway.

Now to my next question. I have seen a great thing: Metapost pictures 
were animated (probably with the JavaScript code). You can found some 
examples here:
   http://www.math.muni.cz/~plch/nkpm/nradanm6.pdf
   http://www.math.muni.cz/~plch/nkpm/nradanm8.pdf
(Just click on the `Spustit animaci' button.)

Is it possible to do it simply in the ConTeXt? Of course I may break 
down the mechanism of widgets and write my own JavaScript (I don't know 
how to do timing), but isn't there some special macro for animating 
series of figures? It would be great.

If so, is Acrobat Reader fast enough to simulate this way the nice 
feature of MS PowerPoint---curves and shapes that are drawn by pieces, 
or that appear somewhere and then go to its final location? (This is 
quite instructive in economics, because you can easily notice which 
curve is drawn first, what second, and so on.) How can I do it?

With many greetings and thanks
Michal Kvasnicka
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Re: [NTG-context] column balancing question

2004-09-09 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.
Many thanks for your help. Your solution works well with the newest 
ConTeXt and one particular document I now typeset. I have to check it 
still with more documents. Do you want to gen a report from these tests?

If you want I can send you many examples, but not `minimal files', since 
I don't know when the problem occures. As I typeset our church bulletin, 
I've got that result pretty often---approximately on one third or one 
fourth of all pages.

I can't switch to columnset all my documents. Columnsets are absolutely 
great (one of the ConTeXt miracle---I thought it is not possible to do 
it in TeX because of its breaking routines), but up-to-now columnsets 
cannot be ballanced (or can they?), and my church bulletin is typset in 
such a way that each article can start anywhere on the page, and the 
columns must be ballanced before it. I can't explain it better because 
of my English, but its pages look like this:

   x   x
   x   x
   x   x
   x   x
   Title of article
   x   x
   x   x
Therefore I would lobby for the support of the old \startcolumns ... 
\stopcolumns environment. :-)

As for the Willi Egger's question, I don't use `fit' options very often. 
The problem I've mentioned in my last mail occures even when the `width' 
is set to some dimen and the `length' of page is set to some number of 
lines.

Many greetings and thanks again.
Your sincerely
Michal Kvasnicka
Hard to see without example. You may try this (i have this in my local 
expermental setup)
\def\getmulticolumnlines
 {\mcscratchdimen-\columntextoffset
  \multiply\mcscratchdimen \plustwo
  \advance\mcscratchdimen \columntextheight
  \ifdim\precolumnboxheight\zeropoint
 \advance\mcscratchdimen -\precolumnboxheight
  \fi
  \settotalinsertionheight
  \advance\mcscratchdimen -\totalinsertionheight
  \getnoflines\mcscratchdimen
  % added 30/7/2004
  \ifnum\layoutlines\zerocount \ifnum\noflines\layoutlines
\noflines\layoutlines
  \fi \fi
  \nofcolumnlines\noflines}

Another option is to switch to column sets (see columns.pdf),
Hans
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[NTG-context] column balancing question

2004-09-08 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.
One reason for me to switch to ConTeXt were its macros for typesetting 
in columns that are highly superior to any such macro I have ever seen. 
(I typeset almost all my documnts in two columns.) But I am not able to 
supress one strange feature: some pages are one more line longer than 
they should be. It happen randomly -- or at least I was not able to find 
out when it happens. Therefore I'm not able to prepare an minimal file. 
I thougth that setting
\widowpenalty=0
\clubpenalty=0
\brokenpenalty=0
\normalbottom
may help, but it does not.

Can you tell me how to fix this very problem? Well, it does so on all 
versions of ConTeXt I have ever tried and both with teTeX and TeXLive 
distribution.

Many thanks for your attention and help.
Yours
Michal Kvasnicka
P.S. my document setting is like this (some example can be found at 
http://www.econ.muni.cz/~qasar/tmp/delba_prace.pdf):

% output=pdf
\setupbodyfont[ss,10pt]
\setuplayout
[topspace=2cm, height=fit, lines=55,
backspace=15mm, width=fit,
margin=0pt,
header=3\baselineskip, footer=0pt,
grid=yes]
\setuppagenumbering[location=]
\setupheader[style={\em}]
\setupheadertexts[Axel Leijonhufvud: Jednotlivec, trh a prmyslov
dlba prce][pagenumber]
\setupindenting[medium]
\indenting[first]
\setupfootnotes
[location=columns, rule=off,
before={\blank[3*line,small]}, after=]
\setupfootnotedefinition
[location=left,width=fit,
sample={\mathematics{\star\star\star}\ },hang=1]
\setupcolumns[balance=no]
\widowpenalty=0
\clubpenalty=0
\brokenpenalty=0
\setuphead[section]
[number=no, style={\bf},
before={\blank[3*line]}, after={\blank[line]},
indentnext=yes]
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[NTG-context] Problem with TeXexec

2004-08-03 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good afternoon.
I have just installed a new Linux system (SuSE 9.1 with teTeX) and the 
new ConTeXt (texexec version 4.3) -- in the same way as older one. But 
it doesn't work. It writes a following error message:

   ...
   sh: line1: cont-en: command not found
   ...
   This is pdfetex...
   ...
   **
   ! End of file on the terminal ... why?
I do wrong? How can I correct it? I tried to link cont-en to pdfetex, 
but I've still got the second error message. Moreover, the system tried 
to make the format file.

Many thanks for your help.
Michal Kvasnicka
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[NTG-context] Metapost variable problem

2004-08-03 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good afternoon.
I am sorry that I bother you with this offtopic but I don't know where 
else I can ask.

I want to prepare a better interface for my metapost macros. I want to 
use the record-like variables to store object information. But I don't 
know how to copy such records. More precisely, let's suppose I have

   string a.type; a.type:=ecicsqrt;
   string a.name; a.name:=indifference curve number 1;
   string a.A; a.A:=1;
   string a.B; a.B:=1;
   ...
And I want to copy it to a record b. But
   b:=a;
doesn't work (now b is equal to some unknown token a).
Is there some simple way to do it, or have I to copy it manually like this:
   string b.type; b.type:=a.type;
   ...
Many thanks for your help. With wishes of nice summer
Michal Kvasnicka
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Re: [NTG-context] Re: Problem with TeXexec

2004-08-03 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Many thanks. I will read it and try.
Many thanks once more to both of you for your prompt answer.
M.K.
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Re: [NTG-context] The name of the current section?

2004-05-21 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Dear Mikael.
Many thanks. Your solution
\setupheadertexts
   [{\headnumber[section]\quad\getmarking[section][current]}]
   []
   []
   [{Chapter \headnumber[chapter]:\quad\getmarking[chapter][current]}]
 

is precisely what I searched for. Many thanks once more.
With best regards
M.K.
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[NTG-context] \title in the table of contents

2004-05-21 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.
I'm sorry to post one more rahter simple question, but I'm desperate 
because I can't solve it myself.

In my document I use numbered chapters (\chapter) and non-numbered 
chapters (\title). I want both to be in the table of content. How can I 
do it? I tried two solutions, but none worked.

First I tried:
   \definehead[title][chapter]
   \setuphead[title][number=no, command=\MyTitleCommand]
This puts the title to the table of content, but it increases the 
chapter number, so
   \title{Foreword}
   \title{Introduction}
   \chapter{First chapter}
makes that the First chapter has number 3.

Then I tried
   \definehead[title][chapter]
   \setuphead[title][number=no, incrementnumber=no, 
command=\MyTitleCommand]
which has the same effect as only
   \setuphead[title][number=no, command=\MyTitleCommand]
without the \definehead line -- titles are not placed into the table of 
contents.

So, how can I have not-numbered chapters which don't increment the 
chapter number placed in the table of contents?

Many thanks
M.K.
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[NTG-context] The name of the current section?

2004-05-19 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.
Is there some command simmilar to \headnumber[section] that would tell 
me the name of the current chapter/section/...?

I want to have the headertext on the left like this:
   [pagenumber] [chapter title] (chap. [chapter number])
and on the right side like this:
   [section title] (sec. [section number]) [pagenumber]
where [x] is value of x, e.g. [pagenumber] is the number of the current 
page.

How can I do it?
Many thanks
Michal Kvasnicka
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[NTG-context] ex-files style

2004-02-06 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.

I found on the Pragma web the `ex-files.pdf' file. I extremely like its 
look. Is somewhere a presentation style similar to it?
Many thanks.

Michal Kvasnicka

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[NTG-context] Pagebreak in columns

2004-01-29 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I typeset a document in two columns on a grid. Sometimes a page is one 
row longer than it should be. How can I make it not to do it? (I don't 
care for widows and things like that, I can correct them manually). I 
know this was disscussed before but I can find the text of the thread in 
any archive, just the link. Any hint?

Many thanks for any hint. Your sincerely
Michal Kvasnicka
I set it approximately like this (just major setting mentioned):

\setuplayout
   [topspace=1cm, height=19cm, lines=43,
   backspace=1cm, width=128mm,
   header=0pt, headerdistance=0pt,
   footer=2\baselineskip, footerdistance=0pt,
   grid=yes]
\setupcolumns
   [n=2, tolerance=tolerant, distance=1em]
\widowpenalty=0\relax
\clubpenalty=0\relax
\brokenpenalty=0\relax
\normalbottom
\starttext
\startcolumns
   ...
\stopcolumns
\stoptext
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Re: [NTG-context] Dithering (off-topic)

2003-11-04 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Dear Sir,

many thanks for your kind help. This is precisely what I was searching for.

Bill McClain wrote:

  pnmscale -width=1950 pleiades.pnm | pnmsmooth -size 5 5 | pgmtopbm
-fs -value 0.5 | pnmtopng  pleiades.png
BTW, is there some easy way to set the size of the dithering points (eg. 
2x2 pixels, 3x3 pixels), or should I do it ex post in some image editor 
(Gimp, imagemagick)?

Many thanks once more.
M.K.


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[NTG-context] Dithering (off-topic)

2003-10-31 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I apologize to ask a little off-topic question, but I don't know where 
to ask (and it is closely related to TeX and PDF).

I typeset a church bulleting. It is printed on a laserjet printer (600 
dpi), and then copied on a copy machine. As for letters, all is right. 
But figures (photos) are this way spoiled. I guess it would help either 
to force PDF to print the figures in some very low resolution (150 dpi), 
or (probably better) to dither the figures and include them in PNG 
(instead of ordinary JPEG). Can some of you tell me how to do it? I 
tried ImageMagick's convert to dither the photos, but outcomes were 
really poor. Is there some good free software for this (in the best case 
in Linux)? Or can I do it some way in PDF?

Many thanks for any hint.
Michal Kvasnicka
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Re: [NTG-context] Re: Pagebreak after section followed itemize

2003-10-21 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Patrick Gundlach wrote:

see

http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.tex.context/12640

Patrick
 

Ooops. I could find it myself, couldn't I? I'm sorry to bother you all. 
And many thanks for your answer. I wonder how the \testpage works.

Many thanks,
M.K.
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[NTG-context] Suppressing word-breaking in margin-texts?

2003-10-20 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.

I'm sorry to ask such a stupid question, but: Is there some ConTeXt way 
to suppress word-breaking (hyphenating) text in margins (\inmargin)?

Many thanks,
Michal Kvasnicka
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[NTG-context] Bug in interaction mechanism?

2003-10-06 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good morning.

I'm sorry I bother you all again with the same thing, but it seems to me 
unexplained. (Well, at least I think so. I have some problems with my 
mail some weeks. Anyway, I wasn't able to find any answer in 
ConTeXt-archives.)

The problem is this: It seems that I can't set both interaction-color 
and the interaction-text together. The following code:

   \definecolor[interactioncolor][r=0.25882, g=0.25098, b=0.56078]
   \setupinteraction[state=start, focus=standard, style=, 
color=interactioncolor]
   \setupcombinedlist[content][interaction=text]

brings strange error messages:

   ! Use of \@@lititleinteractie doesn't match its definition.
   \doifvalue ...f \!!stringa {\csname #1\endcsname }
 \edef \!!stringb 
{#2}\ifx ...

   \dosomelijstelement ... #1\c!interactie }\v!tekst
 {\setlistparameter 
{#1}\c!...

   \dodolijstelement ...ment {#1}{#2}{#3}{#4}{#5}{#6}
 \global \utilitydonetrue
   l.8 ...y{title}{3}{}{vod}{3::0:3:0:0:0:0:0::2}{4}
If I comment the \setupcombinedlist line, all works well. I use ConTeXt 
version ver: 2003.8.21, but the same bug (?) was even is some older 
versions.

With many greetings and thanks
Michal Kvasnicka
P.S. If the problem was already solve, please don't stone me (and send 
me the solutions). I really tried to find it in archives.

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[NTG-context] Bookmarks question

2003-10-06 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Good evening.

I dare to ask one more question: For many years I use a dirty approach 
to typesetting quotes. I the document I simply type words in quotes, 
and then I switch the quotes to be an active character with some macros. 
But this brings a lot of garbage to bookmarks. Now it even makes an 
error with the new version of ConTeXt (ver: 2003.8.21). Can I 
temporaryly switch quotes to category 12 (just for bookmark processing)? 
How?

With many thanks
Michal Kvasnicka
P.S. My code is like this:
\chardef\clqq=254  \sfcode254=0 \lccode254=0
\chardef\crqq=255  \sfcode255=0 \lccode255=0
\catcode`\=\active
\def\firstquote{\clqq\let=\secondquote}
\def\secondquote{\crqq{}\let=\firstquote}
\let=\firstquote
The error message is this:
! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [input stack size=3000].
-\clqq \let 
  =\secondquote
-\clqq \let 
  =\secondquote
-\clqq \let 
  =\secondquote
-\clqq \let 
  =\secondquote
-\clqq \let 
  =\secondquote
-\clqq \let 
  =\secondquote
...
l.156 ...ional Banking}{2::0:A:2:5:0:0:0::64}{66}


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[NTG-context] \chapter with \vbox?

2003-09-30 Thread Michal Kvasnicka
Dear friends.

I want to typeset a document on a grid. Moreover I want to typeset each 
chapter heading on a separate page this way:

\blank[5*line]
... here is motto...
\vfil
... here is the chapter title and chapter number...
\blank[5*line]
I must include it in a \vbox. I tried \vbox to \textheight, but now the 
motto doesn't fit to a grid. How could I do it? Many thanks for your help.

Michal Kvasnicka

P.S. My chapter setting is like this:

\setuphead[chapter]
 [page=,
  style={\ss\bfe\setupinterlinespace[line=\NormalBaselineskip]},
  numberstyle={\ss\bff\setupinterlinespace[line=\NormalBaselineskip]},
  before={\page\setuplayout[footer=0pt]\page[right]},
  after={\page\setuplayout[footer=3\NormalBaselineskip]},
  command=\MyChapterCommand]
\def\MyChapterCommand#1#2{%
 \vbox to \textheight{%
   \setupinterlinespace[line=\NormalBaselineskip]%
   \blank[5*line,force]%
   \startnarrower[left,right]%
 \leavevmode{\rm\tf\em\the\mottotoks}\par
   \stopnarrower
   \vskip0pt plus 1filll
   \hbox to \textwidth{\hss\vbox{\hsize=0.8\textwidth
 \startframedtext
   [width=0.8\textwidth,align={left,broad}, offset=1.5ex,
background=color, backgroundcolor=black]
   {\setupinterlinespace[line=28pt]\white #2}%
 \stopframedtext}}
   \kern-\baselineskip
   \vbox to 0pt{%
 \vss
 \hbox to \hsize{%
   \hss\bff #1%
   {\setbox0=\hbox{#1}\ifdim\wd0=0pt\else
   \hbox to0pt{.\hss}\hskip0.8\textwidth\strut\hskip2.5mm\fi}%
 }
   }
   \blank[4*line,force]
 }
\global\mottotoks={}
}
If trying the code, you must either define \ss\bfe and \ss\bff fonts, or 
remove them.

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