[NTG-context] bibtex: crossref / van

2005-11-20 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear friends, I noticed that the crossref instruction in my bib file does not work. In the documentation are no clear clues. I changed InCollection -- InBook and vice versa. I tried putting the referenced book before and after the referencing item in the bib file. In fact, a reference does

Re: [NTG-context] bibtex: crossref / van

2005-11-20 Thread Rob Ermers
Thanks Taco, I got it working. Thanks. In the mean time, now the reference works, I got another nasty problem. In my file there is a reference from A to B. Both titles are printed OK. However, the reference to B. does not print all right. The culprit is Ye{{\c{s}}}ilg{\o}z, Y{{\u}}cel I

Re: [NTG-context] installing context

2005-10-03 Thread Rob Ermers
Hoekwater [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Rob Ermers [EMAIL PROTECTED]; mailing list for ConTeXt users ntg-context@ntg.nl Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 10:05 AM Subject: Re: [NTG-context] installing context Rob Ermers wrote: Dear Friends, I have updated miktex and context today. Latex works normally

Re: [NTG-context] installing context

2005-10-03 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear Friends, The problem is solved. I reinstalled some files of the miktex distribution. After that everything works normal! Hurrah! Thanks again for looking into it. Robert - Original Message - From: Taco Hoekwater [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Rob Ermers [EMAIL PROTECTED]; mailing list

[NTG-context] installing context

2005-10-02 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear Friends, I have updated miktex and context today. Latex works normally, but I can't get context working right. cont-en and cont-nl are causing problems. Miktex cannot generate an (e)fmt file of cont-en, con-nl. Last time I upgraded, something was wrong with the English hyphenation files.

[NTG-context] New contexts version

2005-08-28 Thread Rob Ermers
Hi, I just decided to install a new version of Context. It gets stuck! Please, help me out. texexec --make en worked normally. Find below the logfile for my test file, Regards, Robert This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.20a-2.2 (MiKTeX 2.4) (preloaded format=cont-en 2005.3.13) 28 AUG

Re: [NTG-context] New contexts version

2005-08-28 Thread Rob Ermers
Thanks Taco, for your reaction. I now carefully examined the position of the file. The command texexec --make has the following result (see log file). My test file does not process. Kind regards, Robert This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.20a-2.2 (MiKTeX 2.4) (INITEX) 28 AUG 2005 10:23

RE: [NTG-context] New context version

2005-08-28 Thread Rob Ermers
Hi, Thanks for the link to the faq. I did what was said there: 1. I installed the lm fonts 2. I emended the miktex.ini file according to the specifications The texexec -- make en nl still fails (see end of log) My test file, the one I am working on, apparently processes normally, but the

RE: [NTG-context] New context version

2005-08-28 Thread Rob Ermers
Hi, I have been trying to get Context working properly for the last 4 hours or so. I don't know what to do. I found out that the commands \defaultlanguage \dogetupsometextprefix occur in a file called lang-lab.tex. But I don't know what to do with this knowledge. I am ahead a deadline for

Re: [NTG-context] New context version

2005-08-28 Thread Rob Ermers
, Taco, I am much indebted to you. Kind regards, Robert Taco Hoekwater wrote: Rob Ermers wrote: Hi, I have been trying to get Context working properly for the last 4 hours or so. I don't know what to do. I'm baffled by this message as well, and the only thing I can come up with is to try

Re: [NTG-context] Suitable mechanism for Theorems and Definitions

2005-08-24 Thread Rob Ermers
Hi friends, In David's mail I found one of the problem I had been thinking of too, and I tried his code. Unfortionately, it does not work. I don't need it for math, but for case descriptions. A case consists of the following elements: Case 1Eating fruit is healthy Text text text - case

Re: [NTG-context] blocks in itemize

2005-08-23 Thread Rob Ermers
\endNederlandsblok \beginEngelsblok I really wonder if they do sell apples 3 \endEngelsblok \stopitemize \stoptext Mojca Miklavec wrote: Rob Ermers wrote: Hi, If I make sure there is enough space, i.e. more than one space, between the \begin... and the text

Re: [NTG-context] Re: blocks in itemize

2005-08-22 Thread Rob Ermers
Thanks Brooks and Olivier, I'm afraid the problem has not entirely been solved. Brooks' solution works in the sense that I can hide BlockA or B (\hideblocks[BlockA]), but the \items remain, and empty items are generated. Olivier's suggestion is processed, the result is only one language. Now

Re: [NTG-context] Re: blocks in itemize

2005-08-22 Thread Rob Ermers
appels verkopen \endNederlandsblok \beginEngelsblok I really wonder if they do sell apples \endEngelsblok \stopitemize \stoptext Rob Ermers wrote: Thanks Brooks and Olivier, I'm afraid the problem has not entirely been solved. Brooks' solution works

[NTG-context] blocks in itemize

2005-08-21 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear Contexers, I am setting up a complex bilingual document, which has to print one language at the time. Does anyone know how to use the wonderful blocks application in an itemize environment? I think the second block causes problems. Kind regards, Robert \setupoutput[pdftex]

Re: [NTG-context] chancery font

2005-04-03 Thread Rob Ermers
Hi Ciro, I completely agree. Context works fine but, like you, I have not succeeded in installing any new font thusfar. A few months ago I tried again with a very simple font, which I got working under Latex, but not under Context, despite all my attempts and suggestions from other subscribers:

Re: [NTG-context] chancery font

2005-04-03 Thread Rob Ermers
ntg-context@ntg.nl = Rob Ermers said this at Sun, 3 Apr 2005 16:03:24 +0200: I completely agree. Context works fine but, like you, I have not succeeded in installing any new font thusfar. Okay, I get the message: there are quite a few frustrated would-be font users out there. I see it as being

Re: [NTG-context] m-letter stationary]

2005-02-27 Thread Rob Ermers
Thanks very much! Now it works perfectly! In hindsight everything is simple. Robert h h extern wrote: Rob Ermers wrote: Hans, Thanks again for the new code. I tried it in my document with my stationary, but it did not work. When I create a new test document with the code you suggested, all pages

[NTG-context] m-letter stationary]

2005-02-26 Thread Rob Ermers
Hans, Thanks again for the new code. I tried it in my document with my stationary, but it did not work. When I create a new test document with the code you suggested, all pages have VERY ODD in the upper left corner. Kind regards, Robert h h extern wrote:

Re: [NTG-context] m-letter stationary

2005-02-24 Thread Rob Ermers
.pdf letter 2 -- page 2 -- stationary-2.pdf ... That's to say, there is only one sheet with stationary-1, all other pages are printed on stationary-2. Do you see a possibility to adapt this? Thanks in advance. Kind regards, Robert Rob Ermers wrote: Dear Contexers, I have succeeded in creating

[NTG-context] m-letter stationary

2005-02-22 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear Contexers, I have succeeded in creating letters on my pdf stationary-1. Beautiful. Now I want to print the second and following pages on paper with on a slightly different stationary (stationary-2), as is costumary. Does anyone how to set this up? (The example on the wiki is too complicated

[NTG-context] Russia (cyrillic letters)

2005-02-13 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear Contexers, I am still struggling with a Russian text in koi8. The sample below, which I partially copied (from Mikael Persson's site) does not work. Can anyone help me out? Kind regards Robert Ermers --- \enableregime[koi8-r] \useencoding[cyr] \definetypeface [russian] [rm]

Re: [NTG-context] Russia (cyrillic letters)

2005-02-13 Thread Rob Ermers
. Kind regards, Robert Mikael Persson wrote: On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 10:34:22 +0100, Rob Ermers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear Contexers, I am still struggling with a Russian text in koi8. The sample below, which I partially copied (from Mikael Persson's site) does not work. Can anyone help me out? Kind

Re: [NTG-context] Russia (cyrillic letters) Arabic]

2005-01-28 Thread Rob Ermers
Rob Ermers wrote: Hi, I would be interested in a solution for Arabic... Presently \Mu.hammad works, but otherwise support for Arabic (\startarabic) is not optimal. If one of you could make a set-up for that too ... arabic a bit more tricky since it has those ligatures, so that needs

Re: [NTG-context] Russia (cyrillic letters)

2005-01-27 Thread Rob Ermers
Hi, I would be interested in a solution for Arabic... Presently \Mu.hammad works, but otherwise support for Arabic (\startarabic) is not optimal. If one of you could make a set-up for that too ... Kind regards, Robert Ermers Hans Hagen wrote: concerning cyrillic ... we should also take care of

Re: [NTG-context] How to learn ConTeXt?

2005-01-23 Thread Rob Ermers
An addition: the source of the pdftex manual is called pdftex-t.tex. It is available on the internet (as I found out today). Regards, Robert Ermers h h extern wrote: Willi Egger wrote: The easiest way to pick up ConTeXt is to start with the ConTeXT an excursion manual. A good place for info and

Re: [NTG-context] (resolved) m-letter backslash codes in xml database

2005-01-16 Thread Rob Ermers
/contact Thanks again! Kind regards, Robert Adam Lindsay wrote: Rob Ermers said this at Sat, 15 Jan 2005 02:31:32 +0100: h h extern wrote: if you want to move things around in an encoding neutral way: \defineXMLsingular [c] [n=unknowncharacter] {\executeifdefined {\XMLop{id}} \unknowncharacter} c n

Re: [NTG-context] m-letter backslash codes in xml database

2005-01-14 Thread Rob Ermers
h h extern wrote: if you want to move things around in an encoding neutral way: \defineXMLsingular [c] [n=unknowncharacter] {\executeifdefined {\XMLop{id}} \unknowncharacter} c n='eacute'/ Thanks, Hans, for the example. I do agree, but I'm sorry I don't quite understand how to apply this

Re: [NTG-context] m-letter backslash codes in xml database

2005-01-13 Thread Rob Ermers
Contexers, That the best way for coding diacritics in the xml database which you wish to use for your mailing is by using the appropriate iso-latin1 or unicode number: contact num=3 regio=z3 label=`num3' address pJ. Sch#246;ttelndreher/p pJ. Sch#xF6;ttelndreher/p

Re: [NTG-context] m-letter.tex -- backslash interpretation error

2005-01-10 Thread Rob Ermers
to circumvent that by inserting a dummy address. Thanks in advance, Robert Ermers h h extern wrote: Rob Ermers wrote: Dear Friends, It seems I am really having a problem. The backslash in my import document yields . \startsetups[letter:content] \input brieftekst \stopsetups My document (brieftext.tex

Re: [NTG-context] m-letter.tex -- backslash interpretation error

2005-01-10 Thread Rob Ermers
Hans, Thanks for your quick reply. I adapted the file, according to your suggestion. The letter now comes out right! Thank you for that. I immediately tried an items list, which also works! Still, if there is any \ code in the xml file, it does not seem to work. Changing \e to in Drie\eenheid

[NTG-context] m-letter.tex -- backslash interpretation error

2005-01-09 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear Friends, It seems I am really having a problem. The backslash in my import document yields . \startsetups[letter:content] \input brieftekst \stopsetups My document (brieftext.tex) among other things contains the following string: ge\interesseerde, which yields -- geinteresseerde I am

[NTG-context] m-letter.tex (first page, input file)

2005-01-08 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear friends, My attempts to customize my letter have yielded some results. I still have two problems and questions that keep troubling me. - If I use the following method to include an external document, it does place the desired text: \startsetups[letter:content] \input brieftekst \stopsetups

[NTG-context] m-letter

2005-01-07 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear friends, Some time ago Wolfgang Zilig asked on this forum if the letter module is still supported. He also sent his log file, the last line of which reads: system : macros of module letter loaded (C:\texmf\tex\plain\base\letter.tex ! Undefined control sequence. l.13 \nopagenumbers ?

Re: [NTG-context] m-letter

2005-01-07 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear friends, Thanks for your reactions to my previous message. After some experimenting I succeeded in creating a letter with m-letter.tex and an xml database. I shall put the model on the wiki soon. However, one problem remains to be solved. The command \input after \startbuffer is not

[NTG-context] Re: m-letter (addressee)

2005-01-07 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear friends, The next thing I would like to find out about the m-letter is how to determine the position of the addressee. I intend to use the letters in a regular convert with a window. For the position the addressee is placed (upper left corner) standard converts are hard to come by. The

Re: [NTG-context] fonts -- installation

2004-12-12 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear Friends, Installing a simple font under Context has been without results sofar. Under latex I can generate a perfect ps file (with dvips), but I recently found out that the dvi reader (Yap) cannot locate a tfm file and fails to generate pk files, even when I generate the pk files and put

Re: [NTG-context] Re: fonts installation

2004-12-08 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear friends, I would like to let you all know that palatino works now. What steps do I need to take now to get my Hudson? Thanks in advance! Robert \setupoutput[pdftex] \usetypescript [adobekb][\defaultencoding] \usetypescript[palatino][\defaultencoding]

Re: [NTG-context] Re: using fonts -- installation

2004-12-06 Thread Rob Ermers
Dear friends, Let's join the font discussion! Two years ago I installed under latex an adapted cyrillic font family, along with a new encoding (which I named l2t.enc -- a variant of t2a), for koi8 texts, which makes it possible to call special diacritics (like \cyrkdot) by means of regular

Re: [NTG-context] Re: using fonts -- installation

2004-12-06 Thread Rob Ermers
Hi Adam, Thanks for your quick reaction. Before ending this eventful day, I ran texexec as you suggested. The font in question is Hudson (vendor=softmaker = Berry 5), for which I invented the name 5hu (+r for roman). I have the two files 5hur.pdf and 5hur.afm. Texfont generated a number of