Re: [NTG-context] [***SPAM***] Widows: penalty without efffect (ConTeXt iv)

2012-08-09 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

did you see [1]? You have to do something like

\starttext
\clubpenalty=1
\widowpenalty=1

My text that should not contain any widow or orphan lines.
\stoptext

If that does not work for you, please provide a minimal example.

HTH,
Stefan


[1] 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20111211.162442.4f689e7b.en.html


On 09.08.2012 11:36, d_jan wrote:

Dear List,

I ran into trouble with the widow/orphan-control in context.
I searched the mailinglist, and saw that there were some other threads
on the topic bevore, but as far as I am concerned what was suggested
there did not work for me when I tried it.

I run context iv using the version which comes with TexLive 2011.

First trail was to include \widowpenalty=9000 and \clubpenalty=9000 at
the start of the document, before \starttext (cause I do my setups, and
definitions there)
As this did not work I tried to put them after \starttext. As well I
lowered \brokenpenalty. But both approaches, which were suggested in
previous Posts on the ntg-context list failed to show an effect in my case.

Is there anything I could do to prevent the widow lines?

PS.: As I may be doing any noobish errors, here an overview of the
documents structure and the placement of the penalty-commands
_

\widowpenalty=9000
\clubpenalty=9000

\definepapersize[janssize][width=190mm, height=245mm]

\setuppapersize[janssize][A4] %we can use something like [A5][A4], which
is a a5 Page sized Document printed on a A4 sheet


\setuplayout[grid=yes, marking=on, location=middle, backspace=30mm,
width=110mm]%former: location=doublesided


\starttext

\startstandardmakeup
\stopstandardmakeup

\startfrontmatter
%TOC...
\stopfrontmatter

\startbodymatter %the main stuff goes here
% Loads of text
\stopbodymatter

\startappendices %appendices go here
\stopappendices

\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] Enumeration counter way bychapter

2012-03-12 Thread Stefan Müller
Hi!

This works now with 201200310 13:15 MkIV.  I have a deadline in less than a 
week, thank you SO much for fixing this!

You rock,
Stefan


On Thu, 08 Mar 2012 10:10:49 +0100, Stefan Müller wrote:
 Hi list,
 
 I tried the example below again with 2012003005 19:49 MkIV and it still
 shows 2.2 instead of 2.1 in the second enumeration.  I am in desperate
 need for a fix for this.  Did the interface change or is this broken?
 
 Thanks in advance for looking into this,
 Stefan
 
 
 
 On Sun, 26 Feb 2012 14:13:59 +0100, Stefan Müller wrote:
  Hi list,
  
  in the following example, I want the enumerations to be numbered as 1.1
  and 2.1, respectively.  What am I doing wrong?  Using MkIV 201200221
 14:02.
  
  \defineenumeration[myenum][way=bychapter, prefix=chapter]
  
  \starttext
  
  \chapter{Chapter}
  
  \startmyenum
  enum
  \stopmyenum
  
  \chapter{Chapter}
  
  \startmyenum
  enum
  \stopmyenum
  
  \stoptext
  
  Thanks for any advice!
  
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[NTG-context] \notin not working

2012-03-09 Thread Stefan Müller
Dear list,

with one of the last versions (I'm currently using ConTeXt standalone 
2012003005 19:49 MkIV) \notin is not working anymore.  See

\starttext $a \notin b \not\in c$ \stoptext

It seems that \notin refers to \not.  Is this intended behavior or a bug?

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Re: [NTG-context] \notin not working

2012-03-09 Thread Stefan Müller


On Fri, 9 Mar 2012 13:46:56 -0500 (EST), Aditya Mahajan wrote:

 On Fri, 9 Mar 2012, Stefan Müller wrote:
 
  Dear list,
 
  with one of the last versions (I'm currently using ConTeXt standalone
 2012003005 19:49 MkIV) \notin is not working anymore.  See
 
  \starttext $a \notin b \not\in c$ \stoptext
 
  It seems that \notin refers to \not.  Is this intended behavior or a
 bug?
 
 Missing glyph in the LM virtual math font. (@Hans, can now use composed 
 glyphs as fallbacks in virtual fonts).
 
 The above example works fine if you use cambria or xits fonts, but fails 
 with LM virtual fonts and in a worse way with LM opentype.
 
 Aditya

Thanks for looking into this.  I guessed it was something like that.

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Re: [NTG-context] Enumeration counter way bychapter

2012-03-08 Thread Stefan Müller
Hi list,

I tried the example below again with 2012003005 19:49 MkIV and it still shows 
2.2 instead of 2.1 in the second enumeration.  I am in desperate need for a 
fix for this.  Did the interface change or is this broken?

Thanks in advance for looking into this,
Stefan



On Sun, 26 Feb 2012 14:13:59 +0100, Stefan Müller wrote:
 Hi list,
 
 in the following example, I want the enumerations to be numbered as 1.1
 and 2.1, respectively.  What am I doing wrong?  Using MkIV 201200221 14:02.
 
 \defineenumeration[myenum][way=bychapter, prefix=chapter]
 
 \starttext
 
 \chapter{Chapter}
 
 \startmyenum
   enum
 \stopmyenum
 
 \chapter{Chapter}
 
 \startmyenum
   enum
 \stopmyenum
 
 \stoptext
 
 Thanks for any advice!
 
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Re: [NTG-context] Command in enumeration title

2012-03-05 Thread Stefan Müller
On Fri, 02 Mar 2012 21:03:34 +0100, Hans Hagen wrote:
 On 26-2-2012 14:34, Stefan Müller wrote:
  Hi Michael,
 
  thanks for your answer.  The macro \Word is a predefined macro that
 capitalizes the first letter of its argument.  E.g. \Word{title} should
 expand to Title, but it doesn't in my example.
 
 does style={\setcharactercasing[3]} work out ok?

Hi Hans,

thanks for your answer and sorry for the delay. I tried

\defineenumeration[myenum][title=yes, titlestyle={\setcharactercasing[3]}]
\starttext
\startmyenum{\Word{title}}
muh
\stopmyenum
\stoptext

with MkIV 201200221 14:02 to no avail (it seems that there is no key 
titlestyle, but I tried). I still get title without capitalization. If I 
use style={\setcharactercasing[3]} or headstyle={\setcharactercasing[3]} then I 
get Muh or Myenum, respectively, with capital M as expected but still 
title.

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Re: [NTG-context] Is it bibliography really problem for MKIV?

2012-02-28 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

have you tried the following?

\setuppublications[alternative=ams, refcommand=num]

This sets the default cite style to [1], [2], ... You can also see 
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Bibliography and the bib module manual 
which is linked from there.  Sorting the citations by the order in the 
text are the default behavior, it could be set (in \setuppublications) 
with sorttype=cite.


Hope that helps,
Stefan.

On 28.02.2012 19:12, Jaroslav Hajtmar wrote:

Hello ConTeXist..

I have an unusual question: Is it bibliography really such a big problem
for MKIV or I am unable to do?
Do you have some experience in the bibliography at MKIV? Can you refer
me to a source of information about this? Submitter thesis has a very
strict requirement to the list of bibliography. The numbering of
bibliographic items must be in the same order in which items are used in
the text. Moreover, in the form of AMS is, [1], [2], etc. I've tried
many hours, but I am absolutely not able to achieve the required form. I
do not believe that I will eventually have to write a thesis in LaTeX
because of the stupid request.
May possibly be some way around? It occurred to me to do an emergency
way. I want redefine of the \cite macro to macro \CITE. The \CITE macro
put me list the order bibliographic items and then I arrange manually a
list of bibliographic entries. Or exist any external tools for that do it?

Thanx Jaroslav Hajtmar

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Re: [NTG-context] Command in enumeration title

2012-02-27 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

yeah, is seems as if both problems (this and the one about 
way=bychapter from my other thread) have been introduced some time 
ago.  It worked on MkIV version 2025 21:29.


On 27.02.2012 00:30, Rogers, Michael K wrote:

Hi Stefan,

I didn't know about \Word.  It retried your example and it works as is in my 
version of ConTeXt, which is an earlier one that yours it seems.  [Your other 
enumeration example, with way=bychapter etc., works the way you want, too.]  
Sorry, I don't think I can help.  Perhaps one of the more expert users can 
verify whether it works or not.

Best,

Michael

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[NTG-context] Command in enumeration title

2012-02-26 Thread Stefan Müller
Hi list,

there is possibly an easy explanation for my following problem, but I don't 
know it.  Why does \Word have no effect in the following example, and how can I 
make it work?  In my real document I have \Word in a macro inside the title, so 
I can't just write Foo in the title.

\defineenumeration[myenum][title=yes]

\starttext

\startmyenum{\Word{foo}}
bar
\stopmyenum

\stoptext

Any help appreciated, thanks in advance!
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[NTG-context] Enumeration counter way bychapter

2012-02-26 Thread Stefan Müller
Hi list,

in the following example, I want the enumerations to be numbered as 1.1 and 
2.1, respectively.  What am I doing wrong?  Using MkIV 201200221 14:02.

\defineenumeration[myenum][way=bychapter, prefix=chapter]

\starttext

\chapter{Chapter}

\startmyenum
enum
\stopmyenum

\chapter{Chapter}

\startmyenum
enum
\stopmyenum

\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] Command in enumeration title

2012-02-26 Thread Stefan Müller
Hi Michael,

thanks for your answer.  The macro \Word is a predefined macro that capitalizes 
the first letter of its argument.  E.g. \Word{title} should expand to 
Title, but it doesn't in my example.

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Re: [NTG-context] orphan and widow lines

2011-12-09 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

you can try (and experiment with)

\clubpenalty=1
\widowpenalty=1

after \starttext.

Hope that helps,
Stefan

On 07.12.2011 22:32, Pablo Rodríguez wrote:

Hi there,

I have been using ConTeXt for some months and one of the things I cannot
control is orphan or widow lines appearing in my documents.

Isn't there a general method to avoid them? (This should set ragged
bottoms, but I'd rather have ragged bottoms than orphan or widow lines.)

Thanks for your help,


Pablo

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[NTG-context] no color with interaction and reference format

2011-11-30 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

when I am using reference formats to put text in front of my text 
references, I get no color.  Please see the following minimal example


\setupinteraction[state=start]
\definereferenceformat[insec][text=section~]
\starttext
\section[mylabel]{A Section}
A Reference to \in{section}[mylabel] and \insec[mylabel].
\stoptext

On my machine only the first reference is red (aka colored), but I think 
both should be, as it was some betas ago.  Is this a bug or has the 
interface changed?  I'm using standalone 2025 21:29 MkIV.


Thanks in advance!
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] margin notes at page breaks

2011-11-14 Thread Stefan Müller



On 14.11.2011 09:32, Hans Hagen wrote:

On 13-11-2011 12:12, Stefan Müller wrote:


It still looks the same. Does the stacking only influence the behaviour
of (the breaking between) multiple margin notes?


I was not very clear here, I think.


each margin data blob is seen as a whole .. no breaking inside that ..
depending on the content (only text) it should be possible to break
notes but it's not provided now


Thanks, okay, I understand that.  But I don't understand why in your 
first example the three margin notes go to the next page, together with 
the paragraph while in my example the single note does not go to the 
next page (the complete note, I don't want the margin note itself to 
break).  I would choose some extra blank lines at the end of the page 
over a margin note that is in the bottom margin...


Kind regards,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] (long) footnotes in column sets messed up

2011-11-13 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi again,

I tried MkIV 2012 12:34 now and added 
\setupfootnotes[location=columns], trying also all other values listed 
in [1], at the beginning of my example below.  They don't seem to do 
something that looks as if it is intended behaviour.


The only thing I can do by now is using \setupfootnotes[location=text] 
together with \placefootnotes after \stopcolumnset, but I don't like 
that very much in my current document.


I also note that, whichever method I use to place the footnotes, the 
number always ends up in the first column, never in the second (even 
with \placefootnotes between \start...\stopcolumnset).


I hope someone can give me some insight here.  Thanks in advance and 
best regards,

Stefan

[1] http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Reference/en/setupfootnotes

On 31.10.2011 17:53, Stefan Müller wrote:

Hi folks,

please consider the following example.

\starttext
\startcolumnset[n=2]
\dorecurse{4}{\input knuth\footnote{Some footnote which is not wrapped
correctly and has a bad number}}
\stoptext

The footnotes are very messed-up (overlapping, numbers all in left
column). Is there a better way to place such footnotes in column sets?
Am I doing something wrong? I'm using 20111028 22:32 MKIV.

Thank you very much in advance!
Stefan

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Re: [NTG-context] margin notes at page breaks

2011-11-13 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi Hans,

sorry to bother you again with this.  I just had a look again on this 
issue with 2012 12:34 MkIV.  In the first part of your example, I 
see the three stacked footnotes and the first lines of the paragraph 
moved to the next page.  In your second example I get the three notes 
stacked on the first page, one being in the bottom margin, and the 
paragraph properly wrapped, with two lines on the first page.  This 
seems to be correct.


Unfortunately I don't understand how this should help me with my (now 
updated) previous example:


\starttext
\dorecurse{4}{\input knuth} \blank[2*line]

\inmargin[stack=yes]{This note ends up in the bottom margin}
\input tufte
\stoptext

It still looks the same.  Does the stacking only influence the behaviour 
of (the breaking between) multiple margin notes?


Thank you for looking into this.  Best regards,
Stefan

On 02.11.2011 17:34, Hans Hagen wrote:

On 31-10-2011 13:57, Stefan Müller wrote:

Hi list!

In my document I have some margin notes that appear right before a page
break and so end up in the bottom margin, see the following example.

\starttext
\dorecurse{4}{\input knuth}
\blank[2*line]

\inmargin{This note ends up in the bottom margin}
%\margintext{This note ends up in the bottom margin}
\input tufte
\stoptext

Is it possible to automatically move the margin note in those cases to
the next page? I had a look at the manual where the issue is addressed.
As I understood it \margintext{...} should be able to handle this, but
it did not change anything in my example. In the garden I found
\setupinmargin[stack=yes] but this didn't help either.

This seems not to hard, but I can't find a way to fix it...


it's not supported in the current code but the next beta will have :

starttext

\dorecurse{4}{\input knuth} \blank[2*line]

\dorecurse{3}{\inmargin[stack=yes]{note}} \input tufte

\page

\dorecurse{4}{\input knuth} \blank[2*line]

\dorecurse{3}{\inmargin[stack=yes,bottomspace=10cm]{note}} \input tufte

\stoptext

with bottomspace one can set the threshold

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] xtables in custom macros

2011-11-04 Thread Stefan Müller
 On 3-11-2011 23:01, Stefan Müller wrote:
  \define\Doesnt{\startxtable \startxrow \startxcell does not work
   \stopxcell \stopxrow \stopxtable}

  \starttext
  \Works \stopxtable
  %\Doesnt
  \stoptext
 \def\test
{\setbuffer[demo]
   \startxtable
 \startxrow
   \startxcell does not work \stopxcell
 \stopxrow
   \stopxtable
 \endbuffer
 \processxtablebuffer[demo]}

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[NTG-context] xtables in custom macros

2011-11-03 Thread Stefan Müller
Hi list,

I just played a bit with the nice new xtables.  It seems as if \stopxtable 
does not work if used inside a custom macro.  I get a Runaway argument error 
with the current standalone if I uncomment \Doesnt in the following example.

\define\Works{\startxtable \startxrow \startxcell works \stopxcell \stopxrow}
\define\Doesnt{\startxtable \startxrow \startxcell does not work \stopxcell 
\stopxrow \stopxtable}

\starttext
\Works \stopxtable
%\Doesnt
\stoptext

Did I miss something or is this a bug?

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Re: [NTG-context] xtables in custom macros

2011-11-03 Thread Stefan Müller
 Am 03.11.2011 um 20:37 schrieb Stefan Müller:
 
  Hi list,
  
  I just played a bit with the nice new xtables.  It seems as if
 \stopxtable does not work if used inside a custom macro.  I get a Runaway
 argument error with the current standalone if I uncomment \Doesnt in the
 following example.
  
  \define\Works{\startxtable \startxrow \startxcell works \stopxcell
 \stopxrow}
  \define\Doesnt{\startxtable \startxrow \startxcell does not work
 \stopxcell \stopxrow \stopxtable}
  
  \starttext
  \Works \stopxtable
  %\Doesnt
  \stoptext
  
  Did I miss something or is this a bug?
 
 The stable environment stores the content in a buffer and you can’t
 put the start and stop commands of a buffer in different commands.
 
 Wolfgang

I'm not sure if I understood correctly...  I don't want to put the start and 
stop commands in different commands.  In the example I want to have 
\startxtable and \stopxtable inside the same command (\Doesnt), i.e. I want a 
self-defined command that produces a complete xtable, not only the xrows.

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[NTG-context] two columns and margin notes

2011-10-31 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

some time ago there was a discussion about the following issue, 
demonstrated by


\starttext
\startcolumnset[n=2]
\input knuth
\input tufte
\column

\inmargin{This is not in the margin!}
\input tufte
\inmargin{This is in the wrong margin}
\input knuth
\stopcolumnset
\stoptext

Unfortunately the note is still in the wrong margin.  Interestingly, the 
note before the paragraph is not even in the margin.


Has there been any progress on that?  Or is there any possibility to get 
the number of the current column, like \thecolumnnumber?  Then one (I) 
could write a small macro to handle this, I think.


Thanks in advance,
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[NTG-context] margin notes at page breaks

2011-10-31 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list!

In my document I have some margin notes that appear right before a page 
break and so end up in the bottom margin, see the following example.


\starttext
\dorecurse{4}{\input knuth}
\blank[2*line]

\inmargin{This note ends up in the bottom margin}
%\margintext{This note ends up in the bottom margin}
\input tufte
\stoptext

Is it possible to automatically move the margin note in those cases to 
the next page?  I had a look at the manual where the issue is addressed. 
 As I understood it \margintext{...} should be able to handle this, 
but it did not change anything in my example.  In the garden I found 
\setupinmargin[stack=yes] but this didn't help either.


This seems not to hard, but I can't find a way to fix it...

Thanks in advance for any hints!
Stefan
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[NTG-context] (long) footnotes in column sets messed up

2011-10-31 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi folks,

please consider the following example.

\starttext
\startcolumnset[n=2]
\dorecurse{4}{\input knuth\footnote{Some footnote which is not wrapped 
correctly and has a bad number}}

\stoptext

The footnotes are very messed-up (overlapping, numbers all in left 
column).  Is there a better way to place such footnotes in column sets? 
 Am I doing something wrong?  I'm using 20111028 22:32 MKIV.


Thank you very much in advance!
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[NTG-context] interaction colors and page break

2011-10-06 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

I think I found a small bug.  The interaction colors interact strangely 
with page breaks in certain cases.  See the following example.  I'm 
using ConTeXt 201110003 12:59 MkIV.



\setupinteraction[state=start]
\setupitemize[each][n, packed]
\defineenumeration[myenum][text=Enumeration, location=top]

\starttext
\dorecurse{9}{\input ward \par}

\startmyenum[enum]
\startitemize
\item Go to step \in[step].
\item[step] Step.
\stopitemize
\stopmyenum

Step \in[step] of \in{Enumeration}[enum]. These numbers shouldn't be 
red, should they? They are on the new page.

\stoptext


Best regards,
Stefan.
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Re: [NTG-context] interaction colors and page break

2011-10-06 Thread Stefan Müller



On 06.10.2011 16:19, luigi scarso wrote:

On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 4:08 PM, Stefan Müllerwarrence@gmx.de  wrote:

Hi,

I think I found a small bug.  The interaction colors interact strangely with
page breaks in certain cases.  See the following example.  I'm using ConTeXt
201110003 12:59 MkIV.

[...]


true; just put \page and colors are green


Currently I'm using the colors only while working on my document, I'll 
turn them off for printing.  So that's not really an issue for me. 
Putting \page doesn't really help.  In my actual project file there are 
two more items in the itemize and the page break is between item 2 and 3.


Kind regards,
Stefan.


%
\setupinteraction[state=start]
\setupitemize[each][n, packed]
\defineenumeration[myenum][text=Enumeration, location=top]

\starttext
\dorecurse{9}{\input ward \par}

\startmyenum[enum]
\startitemize
\item Go to step \in[step].
\item[step] Step.
\stopitemize
\stopmyenum
\page
Step \in[step] of \in{Enumeration}[enum]. These numbers shouldn't be
red, should they? They are on the new page.
\stoptext
%
maybe a problem with the MVL


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Re: [NTG-context] interaction colors and page break

2011-10-06 Thread Stefan Müller



On 06.10.2011 16:44, luigi scarso wrote:

On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 4:31 PM, Stefan Müllerwarrence@gmx.de  wrote:



On 06.10.2011 16:19, luigi scarso wrote:


On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 4:08 PM, Stefan Müllerwarrence@gmx.dewrote:


Hi,

I think I found a small bug.  The interaction colors interact strangely
with
page breaks in certain cases.  See the following example.  I'm using
ConTeXt
201110003 12:59 MkIV.

[...]


true; just put \page and colors are green


Currently I'm using the colours only while working on my document, I'll turn
them off for printing.  So that's not really an issue for me. Putting \page
doesn't really help.  In my actual project file there are two more items in
the itemize and the page break is between item 2 and 3.

\page was only a way to show that yes, the colours should be green and
  no a way to patch.


Oh yes, of course.  Sorry, I misunderstood.

Stefan.
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Re: [NTG-context] interaction colors and page break

2011-10-06 Thread Stefan Müller
Sorry, I forgot to mention (and maybe it's obvious) that the problem 
only seems to appear in the paragraph directly after the enumeration, so 
the colors are correct in last paragraph in:



\setupinteraction[state=start]
\setupitemize[each][n, packed]
\defineenumeration[myenum][text=Enumeration, location=top]

\starttext
\dorecurse{9}{\input ward \par}

\startmyenum[enum]
\startitemize
\item Go to step \in[step].
\item[step] Step.
\stopitemize
\stopmyenum

Step \in[step] of \in{Enumeration}[enum]. These numbers shouldn't be 
red, should they? They are on the new page.


Step \in[step] of \in{Enumeration}[enum]. These numbers are green, as 
expected.

\stoptext


Stefan.
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[NTG-context] \cite with authornum and extras

2011-10-04 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

please consider the following example.

  \setupbibtex[database={sample}]
  \starttext
  \cite[alternative=authornum, extras={, p.\ 1}][Eijkhout1991]

  \cite[alternative=authoryear, extras={, p.\ 1}][Eijkhout1991]

  \placepublications[criterium=all]
  \stoptext

In the cite with alternative=authornum the extras-key seems to be 
ignored, I only get Eijkhout [4] while on the next line I get 
Eijkhout (1991, p. 1) with the page number as intended.  What am I 
doing wrong?


Also, if I comment the \placepublications line I get Eijkhout [[error 
2]]...


Thanks for any hints!

Best regards,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] style=bold in \setuphead does not work anymore

2011-09-28 Thread Stefan Müller
Thank you very much!  \bi and \bolditalic work like you said.  I have to 
admit that I should have tried that...


Stefan.

On 27.09.2011 18:04, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Tue, 27 Sep 2011, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:



Am 27.09.2011 um 15:29 schrieb Stefan Müller:


On a related note, there's a more serious issue with this.
\setuphead[section][style=bolditalic] used to put the heading in bold
and italic style. This too does not work anymore, but also
style=\bf\it doesn't. What can I do to get bold and italic in a
heading back (APA style for fourth level headings)?


Use “style=\bi” to set a bolditalic style for your heading.


style=\bolditalic should also work.

Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] style=bold in \setuphead does not work anymore

2011-09-28 Thread Stefan Müller

Will do :) Thanks!

Stefan

On 28.09.2011 21:59, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 28.09.2011 um 19:30 schrieb Stefan Müller:


Thank you very much!  \bi and \bolditalic work like you said.  I have to admit 
that I should have tried that…


You can also install the latest beta and write “style=bolditalic”.

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Re: [NTG-context] bibmodule acquired problem

2011-09-27 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

I think this is related to my message from yesterday [1].  The 
booktitle key is ignored in inproceedings entries when crossref is 
present.  See the following excerpt from cont-ab.bst:



FUNCTION {inproceedings}
{ start.entry
  format.authors
  format.year
  format.arttitle
  crossref missing$
{ format.in.booktitle.or.series
  format.number.series
   \city address do.out
  format.pages
}
{ format.incoll.inproc.crossref
  format.pages
}
  if$
   \pubname publisher do.out
   \organization organization do.out
  stop.entry
}


So title is not set in the .bbl file.  Good to know that I'm not the 
only one who's having trouble with that.


I didn't know what I should expect when using crossref, so I decided 
to not mind the missing booktitle.  But it would still be nice (as seen 
in your example) if the actual citation style could decide whether or 
not to use booktitle aka title.


HTH,
Stefan.


[1] 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20110926.093110.8bc078f6.en.html


On 27.09.2011 10:41, Meer, H. van der wrote:

Step by step I am able to dig deeper in the problem. The fact that it used to work but 
now doesn't may well be connected with the fact that the booktitle in those cases came 
from a crossref = item in the bib file. Could it be the \crossref{} macro is 
not recognized any longer by the ConTeXt bib module?

In file bibl-tra.mkiv I encounter the following comment:
%D \macros{bib@crossref}
%D
%D \type{\crossref} is used in database files to point to another
%D entry. Because of this special situation, it has to be defined
%D separately. Since this command will not be seen until at
%D \type{\placepublications}, it may force extra runs. The same is
%D true for \type{\cite} commands inside of publications.

In typesetting the citation in the footnote I am solely using cite, not 
\placepublications.
Does someone know why earlier the \crossref worked and now obviously has been switched 
out of the loop?
Is there another way to force these crossref's to be carried out?

Hans van der Meer

On 27 sep. 2011, at 10:07, Meer, H. van der wrote:


An addtionial remark here: in the .bib file this is caused by a missing book 
title.

On 27 sep. 2011, at 10:03, Hans van der Meer wrote:


Recently I reported the following problem:

On 25 sep. 2011, at 19:58, H. van der Meer wrote:


I used the following macro for typsetting literature references in footnotes. 
It worked without problems until now, but then I didn't use the bib module for 
some time.
It looks like a problem has crept in with theinproceedings  type.

The error message:
to be read again
 \pbd:
\bibgetvart #1-\csname pbd:#1\endcsname
   \plussix


Digging into the code I finally was able to nail the problem: the offending citation being of type 
t=inproceedings was missing the title item. Then I observe a call with #1 
in bibgetvart empty, somehow leading to a missing \endcsname error message.

Obviously earlier this wasn't a problem but now is. I guess because the code 
changed since my previous work on the project.

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Re: [NTG-context] bibmodule acquired problem

2011-09-27 Thread Stefan Müller

Maybe one could modify


FUNCTION {inproceedings}
{ start.entry
  format.authors
  format.year
  format.arttitle
  crossref missing$
{ format.in.booktitle.or.series
  format.number.series
   \city address do.out
  format.pages
}
{ format.incoll.inproc.crossref
  format.pages
}
  if$
   \pubname publisher do.out
   \organization organization do.out
  stop.entry
}


to


FUNCTION {inproceedings}
{ start.entry
  format.authors
  format.year
  format.arttitle
  format.in.booktitle.or.series
  format.number.series
   \city address do.out
  format.pages
  format.incoll.inproc.crossref
   \pubname publisher do.out
   \organization organization do.out
  stop.entry
}


in cont-*.bst? I don't know if this would cause any trouble...

Stefan

On 27.09.2011 12:35, Meer, H. van der wrote:

Yes, we are having the two faces same problem, I guess.
The fact is that \booktitle in the crossref'ed publication should be processed 
as a \title item in the citatation crossreff'd. The error in my case boils down 
to the fact that the title-entry is called without being actually present.

With the missing \title sofar I have nailed it down to macro \bibgetvart#1 from 
the following bbl entry:

\startpublication[k=campbell:92,t=inproceedings,
a={{Campbell},{Wiener}},y=1992,
.. (no \title)
\stoppublication

and log printing in the log from the modified macro:
\def\bibgetvart#1{\writestatus{ERROR}{Parameter#1  on bibgetvart 
\expandafter\string\csname pbd:#1\endcsname}\csname pbd:#1\endcsname\plussix}%

I find the log:
ERROR  Parametercampbell:92  on bibgetvart \pbd:campbell:92
ERROR  Parameter  on bibgetvart \pbd:
! Missing \endcsname inserted.

Thus the missing \title thus seems to result in extra call to a bibliography 
entry that does not exist.
This is about as far as I am at the moment in analyzing the problem.

Hans van der Meer


On 27 sep. 2011, at 12:09, Stefan Müller wrote:


Hi,

I think this is related to my message from yesterday [1].  The booktitle key is ignored in 
inproceedings entries when crossref is present.  See the following excerpt from 
cont-ab.bst:


FUNCTION {inproceedings}
{ start.entry
  format.authors
  format.year
  format.arttitle
  crossref missing$
{ format.in.booktitle.or.series
  format.number.series
   \city address do.out
  format.pages
}
{ format.incoll.inproc.crossref
  format.pages
}
  if$
   \pubname publisher do.out
   \organization organization do.out
  stop.entry
}


So title is not set in the .bbl file.  Good to know that I'm not the only one 
who's having trouble with that.

I didn't know what I should expect when using crossref, so I decided to not mind the missing 
booktitle.  But it would still be nice (as seen in your example) if the actual citation style could decide 
whether or not to use booktitle aka title.

HTH,
Stefan.


[1] http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20110926.093110.8bc078f6.en.html

On 27.09.2011 10:41, Meer, H. van der wrote:

Step by step I am able to dig deeper in the problem. The fact that it used to work but 
now doesn't may well be connected with the fact that the booktitle in those cases came 
from a crossref = item in the bib file. Could it be the \crossref{} macro is 
not recognized any longer by the ConTeXt bib module?

In file bibl-tra.mkiv I encounter the following comment:
%D \macros{bib@crossref}
%D
%D \type{\crossref} is used in database files to point to another
%D entry. Because of this special situation, it has to be defined
%D separately. Since this command will not be seen until at
%D \type{\placepublications}, it may force extra runs. The same is
%D true for \type{\cite} commands inside of publications.

In typesetting the citation in the footnote I am solely using cite, not 
\placepublications.
Does someone know why earlier the \crossref worked and now obviously has been switched 
out of the loop?
Is there another way to force these crossref's to be carried out?

Hans van der Meer

On 27 sep. 2011, at 10:07, Meer, H. van der wrote:


An addtionial remark here: in the .bib file this is caused by a missing book 
title.

On 27 sep. 2011, at 10:03, Hans van der Meer wrote:


Recently I reported the following problem:

On 25 sep. 2011, at 19:58, H. van der Meer wrote:


I used the following macro for typsetting literature references in footnotes. 
It worked without problems until now, but then I didn't use the bib module for 
some time.
It looks like a problem has crept in with theinproceedings   type.

The error message:
to be read again
 \pbd:
\bibgetvart #1-\csname pbd:#1\endcsname
   \plussix


Digging into the code I finally was able to nail the problem: the offending citation being of type 
t=inproceedings

Re: [NTG-context] bibmodule acquired problem

2011-09-27 Thread Stefan Müller

On 27.09.2011 13:33, Meer, H. van der wrote:

This does not help. The error is still there. I guess because this doesn't add 
the missing title. I cannot see in the FUNCTION a format.title. But somwhere 
the bibmodule calls it from the proceedings entry.

Hans van der Meer


In my test file the booktitle was present as \title (used by 
bibl-apa.tex) when the crossref was missing... so I guessed this 
should work...


Stefan


On 27 sep. 2011, at 12:50, Stefan Müller wrote:


Maybe one could modify


FUNCTION {inproceedings}
{ start.entry
  format.authors
  format.year
  format.arttitle
  crossref missing$
{ format.in.booktitle.or.series
  format.number.series
   \city address do.out
  format.pages
}
{ format.incoll.inproc.crossref
  format.pages
}
  if$
   \pubname publisher do.out
   \organization organization do.out
  stop.entry
}


to


FUNCTION {inproceedings}
{ start.entry
  format.authors
  format.year
  format.arttitle
  format.in.booktitle.or.series
  format.number.series
   \city address do.out
  format.pages
  format.incoll.inproc.crossref
   \pubname publisher do.out
   \organization organization do.out
  stop.entry
}


in cont-*.bst? I don't know if this would cause any trouble...

Stefan

On 27.09.2011 12:35, Meer, H. van der wrote:

Yes, we are having the two faces same problem, I guess.
The fact is that \booktitle in the crossref'ed publication should be processed 
as a \title item in the citatation crossreff'd. The error in my case boils down 
to the fact that the title-entry is called without being actually present.

With the missing \title sofar I have nailed it down to macro \bibgetvart#1 from 
the following bbl entry:

\startpublication[k=campbell:92,t=inproceedings,
a={{Campbell},{Wiener}},y=1992,
.. (no \title)
\stoppublication

and log printing in the log from the modified macro:
\def\bibgetvart#1{\writestatus{ERROR}{Parameter#1   on bibgetvart 
\expandafter\string\csname pbd:#1\endcsname}\csname pbd:#1\endcsname\plussix}%

I find the log:
ERROR   Parametercampbell:92   on bibgetvart \pbd:campbell:92
ERROR   Parameter   on bibgetvart \pbd:
! Missing \endcsname inserted.

Thus the missing \title thus seems to result in extra call to a bibliography 
entry that does not exist.
This is about as far as I am at the moment in analyzing the problem.

Hans van der Meer


On 27 sep. 2011, at 12:09, Stefan Müller wrote:


Hi,

I think this is related to my message from yesterday [1].  The booktitle key is ignored in 
inproceedings entries when crossref is present.  See the following excerpt from 
cont-ab.bst:


FUNCTION {inproceedings}
{ start.entry
  format.authors
  format.year
  format.arttitle
  crossref missing$
{ format.in.booktitle.or.series
  format.number.series
   \city address do.out
  format.pages
}
{ format.incoll.inproc.crossref
  format.pages
}
  if$
   \pubname publisher do.out
   \organization organization do.out
  stop.entry
}


So title is not set in the .bbl file.  Good to know that I'm not the only one 
who's having trouble with that.

I didn't know what I should expect when using crossref, so I decided to not mind the missing 
booktitle.  But it would still be nice (as seen in your example) if the actual citation style could decide 
whether or not to use booktitle aka title.

HTH,
Stefan.


[1] http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20110926.093110.8bc078f6.en.html

On 27.09.2011 10:41, Meer, H. van der wrote:

Step by step I am able to dig deeper in the problem. The fact that it used to work but 
now doesn't may well be connected with the fact that the booktitle in those cases came 
from a crossref = item in the bib file. Could it be the \crossref{} macro is 
not recognized any longer by the ConTeXt bib module?

In file bibl-tra.mkiv I encounter the following comment:
%D \macros{bib@crossref}
%D
%D \type{\crossref} is used in database files to point to another
%D entry. Because of this special situation, it has to be defined
%D separately. Since this command will not be seen until at
%D \type{\placepublications}, it may force extra runs. The same is
%D true for \type{\cite} commands inside of publications.

In typesetting the citation in the footnote I am solely using cite, not 
\placepublications.
Does someone know why earlier the \crossref worked and now obviously has been switched 
out of the loop?
Is there another way to force these crossref's to be carried out?

Hans van der Meer

On 27 sep. 2011, at 10:07, Meer, H. van der wrote:


An addtionial remark here: in the .bib file this is caused by a missing book 
title.

On 27 sep. 2011, at 10:03, Hans van der Meer wrote:


Recently I reported the following problem:

On 25 sep. 2011, at 19:58, H. van der Meer wrote:


I used the following

Re: [NTG-context] bibmodule acquired problem

2011-09-27 Thread Stefan Müller

On 27.09.2011 14:56, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

On 09/27/2011 02:51 PM, Meer, H. van der wrote:

My best guess now is the description of the
FUNCTION {format.crossref}
{  \crossref crossref do.out
}
entry on the .bst file. Probably this generates the bad code leading
to a missing \endcsname.


I do not have time to pay close attention right now, but the .bst has
not changed in years, as far as I know.

Best wishes,
Taco


Maybe the problem is already present for so long.  It occurs only if 
title of an inproceedings that has crossref set is accessed.  The 
bibl-*.tex files don't do that.


Stefan
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[NTG-context] double line spacing in list (table of contents, publication list)

2011-09-27 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

how can I get double line spacing in the table of contents and in the 
publication list?  I tried \setupcombinedlist[content][after=\blank] 
but this produces to much vertical spacing.  \setupinterlinespace[big] 
doesn't influence those lists.


I'm using 201100920 00:09 MKIV standalone.

Thanks in advance for any help!
Stefan.
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Re: [NTG-context] style=bold in \setuphead does not work anymore

2011-09-27 Thread Stefan Müller
On a related note, there's a more serious issue with this. 
\setuphead[section][style=bolditalic] used to put the heading in bold 
and italic style.  This too does not work anymore, but also 
style=\bf\it doesn't.  What can I do to get bold and italic in a 
heading back (APA style for fourth level headings)?


TIA and best regards,
Stefan.

On 20.09.2011 11:12, Stefan Müller wrote:

Hi,

In ConTeXt standalone MkIV 2011.08.04 00:42 this used to work:

\setuphead[section][style=bold]
\starttext
\section{Ward}
\input ward
\stoptext

In 2011.09.20 00:09 it doesn't anymore. If I use style=\bf I still get
bold face. Is this a bug or was the interface changed deliberately?

Best regards,
Stefan

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Re: [NTG-context] Missing booktitle in incollection bib-entries

2011-09-26 Thread Stefan Müller
Thank you very much Pont.  My fault, I found the problem.  I had set the 
crossref-key in my bib-entry, which obviously causes that the 
booktitle is not in the bbl file.  Now I also understand the .bst 
files there.  Indeed, with the crossref set I don't really need the 
booktitle in the reference, but it could be useful to have the booktitle 
also available, in case of a custom style...


Stefan

On 25.09.2011 21:27, Pontus Lurcock wrote:

On Sun 25 Sep 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


I have an @incollection-entry with booktitle set in a bib-file used in
a ConTeXt document.  Unfortunately there is no \title, generated from
booktitle, in the respective .bbl file.  Only \arttitle, generated
from the bib-key title, is present.  Guess it's a bug(?)


Hmm, can't reproduce here. Here's what I'm using:

file test.tex:

\setupbibtex[database=test]
\starttext
\cite[ernst1989anisotropy]
\placepublications[criterium=cite]
\stoptext

file test.bib:

@incollection{ernst1989anisotropy,
   title = {Averaging of anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility data},
   author = {Ernst, R. E. and Pearce, G. W.},
   booktitle = {Statistical Applications in the Earth Sciences},
   editor = {Agterberg, F. P. and Bonham-Carter, G. F.},
   note = {Paper 89-9},
   pages = {297--305},
   year = {1989},
   publisher = {Geological Survey of Canada}
}

produces the following test.bbl:

\setuppublicationlist[samplesize={EP89},totalnumber=1]

\startpublication[k=ernst1989anisotropy,t=incollection,
a={{Ernst},{Pearce}},y=1989,
n=1,s=EP89]
\artauthor[]{R.~E.}[R.~E.]{}{Ernst}
\artauthor[]{G.~W.}[G.~W.]{}{Pearce}
\pubyear{1989}
\arttitle{Averaging of anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility data}
\editor[]{F.~P.}[F.~P.]{}{Agterberg}
\editor[]{G.~F.}[G.~F.]{}{Bonham-Carter}
\title{Statistical Applications in the Earth Sciences}
\pages{297--305}
\pages{297--305}
\pubname{Geological Survey of Canada}
\note{Paper 89-9}
\stoppublication

... and the PDF shows both the article and book title. This works with
MkIV 2011.02.25 and 2011.09.20.

Pont

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[NTG-context] Frame around float and its caption, how to?

2011-09-25 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

I'm using 201100920 00:09 MkIV standalone.  Some time ago Marcin 
Borkowski asked [1] on this list about framing floats together with 
their captions.  It seems to be unanswered and now I stumbled upon a 
similar problem.  I want to have a figure with a caption together in a 
frame as wide as the surrounding text, aka \textwidth and the caption 
filling the available horizontal space.  I.e. I want something like


\setupcaption[width=\textwidth]
\starttext
\placefigure[here]{\input tufte}{\externalfigure[cow]}
\stoptext

with a frame around it.

I see two approaches here and none of them gives me what I need.  First
using \setupfloat[frame=on] only frames the cow and not the caption.  I 
think I can manually correct this with framedepth and width but 
doing something manually in ConTeXt seems not like a good idea.  Am I 
overlooking something about \setupfloat?


Secondly, I tried \framed{...} around \placefigure but there are two 
issues here: How do I setup the caption to fit nicely into the frame? 
\setupcaption[width=\textwidth] is to much because of the frame 
spacing...  And there is another serious issue, see the following 
minimal example.  The frame is where the figure was placed but is empty, 
because the figure floated to the next page.


\setupcaption[width=max]
\starttext
\dorecurse{2}{\input tufte \par}
\framed{\placefigure[here][fig:muh]{\input tufte}{\externalfigure[cow]}}
\input tufte
\stoptext

I have no idea how to procede with this.  Hopefully someone on this list 
knows how to do this right.


Thanks in advance,
Stefan.

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[NTG-context] Missing booktitle in incollection bib-entries

2011-09-25 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

I have an @incollection-entry with booktitle set in a bib-file used in 
a ConTeXt document.  Unfortunately there is no \title, generated from 
booktitle, in the respective .bbl file.  Only \arttitle, generated 
from the bib-key title, is present.  Guess it's a bug(?)


Best regards,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Frame around float and its caption, how to?

2011-09-25 Thread Stefan Müller
Thank you for taking a look at this.  Too bad your solution is only 
MkII.  The document I'm currently working on is to be written in APA 
style and unfortunately the frame around figure+caption is required... 
I'm not really interested in changing to MkII... ;)  I hope there can 
also be a not too involed solution for this in MkIV.


Best regards,
Stefan

On 25.09.2011 18:32, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 25.09.2011 um 18:10 schrieb Stefan Müller:


Hi list,

I'm using 201100920 00:09 MkIV standalone.  Some time ago Marcin Borkowski 
asked [1] on this list about framing floats together with their captions.  It 
seems to be unanswered and now I stumbled upon a similar problem.  I want to 
have a figure with a caption together in a frame as wide as the surrounding 
text, aka \textwidth and the caption filling the available horizontal space.  
I.e. I want something like

\setupcaption[width=\textwidth]
\starttext
\placefigure[here]{\input tufte}{\externalfigure[cow]}
\stoptext

with a frame around it.


Found this in my mail archive:

% engine=pdftex

\setupexternalfigures[location={local,global,default}]

\setupfloats[frame=on,frameoffset=1mm]

\starttext

\section{A figure with a background}

\placefigure
  {none}
  {\placelegend
 {\externalfigure[mill][scale=2000]}
 {\placefloatcaption[figure]{A dutch mill}}}

\stoptext

It works only with MkII because \placefloatcaption isn’t yet rewritten for the 
new MkIV code.

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] Bibliography related questions

2011-09-22 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

On 22.09.2011 12:03, Christian wrote:

- Can I get hyperlinks working with references in Context ? For example, with
Biblatex with a citation and its reference, if I select the authoryear style, 
then
I get : my citation (author year). And the reader can click on the year and be
redirected to the reference in the bibliography. The year is a hyperlink. Can
we get the same behaviour with Context ?


Unfortunately, interaction only works if one uses the default ref-style, with the shitty 
[1]. Then
this is clickable. Other alternatives like authoryear are NOT clickable.

+1 for implementing interaction for other reference styles.


I'm using ConTeXt version 201100920 00:09 MKIV and I get clickable 
references with \cite[my_reference_tag] (the shitty [1] which I use 
mostly) and also with \cite[author][my_reference_tag]. I don't have 
something special in my setup:


\setupinteraction[state=start]
\setupbibtex[database={thesis}]
\setuppublications[alternative=ams, refcommand=num]
\setupcite[num][lastpubsep={, }]
\setupcite[author][left=, right=]

HTH,
Stefan
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[NTG-context] patch for bibl-ams.tex

2011-09-21 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

I found two small errors in bibl-ams.tex:
- for articles the period behind page numbers is missing
- there is an additional space after title (or editors if present) of 
incollections because of missing %


A patch is attached.  Hope that this is okay and can be fixed in the core.

Best regards,
Stefan.
--- C:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/bib/bibl-ams.tex   Thu Aug 13 
11:48:24 2009
+++ C:/Users/warrence/Documents/My Documents/ConTeXt/diplomarbeit/bibl-ams.tex  
Wed Sep 21 19:13:49 2011
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@
\insertvolume{ \bgroup\bf }{\egroup}{}%
\insertpubyear{ (}{)}{\unskip}%
\insertissue{\unskip, no.~}{}{}%
-   \insertpages{\unskip, }{}{}%
+   \insertpages{\unskip, }{.}{}%
\insertNote{ }{.}{}%
\insertcomment{}{.}{}%
 }
@@ -290,7 +290,7 @@
{\egroup
 \inserteditors{, edited by }%
{}%
-   {}
+   {}%
 \insertseries
  {\insertvolume{, number }{~in }{ }}%
  {}%
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[NTG-context] Double interline spacing with headings

2011-09-20 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

I want to have double line spacing in my document setup, including the 
headings.  But in the following example, the space before the heading is 
slightly different from the interline spacing between the other lines. 
How to do this right?  (standalone MkIV 2011.09.20 00:09)


\setuphead[section][style=normal, interlinespace=big, before=, after=]
\starttext
\setupinterlinespace[big]
\input ward
\section{\input ward}
\input ward
\stoptext

TIA for your help!
Kind regards,
Stefan
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[NTG-context] style=bold in \setuphead does not work anymore

2011-09-20 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

In ConTeXt standalone MkIV 2011.08.04 00:42 this used to work:

\setuphead[section][style=bold]
\starttext
\section{Ward}
\input ward
\stoptext

In 2011.09.20 00:09 it doesn't anymore.  If I use style=\bf I still 
get bold face.  Is this a bug or was the interface changed deliberately?


Best regards,
Stefan
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[NTG-context] Long word out of text area/No proper line wrap with flushleft

2011-09-20 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi again,

in one of my documents I want the text to be flushedleft and not 
hyphenated, see the following example.


\setupalign[flushleft, nothyphenated]
\starttext
\showlayout
bb bb bb bb bb 
aa bb

\stoptext

However, in this example the aaa...a-word is not moved to the next 
line but written partially into the margin instead.  I understand this 
behaviour for right-left-aligned text to avoid extremely stretched-out 
spaces, but here it doesn't seem right to me.  Can I change this 
behaviour somehow?


Thanks for any advice!
Best regards,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Long word out of text area/No proper line wrap with flushleft

2011-09-20 Thread Stefan Müller
Ah, thank you very much!  Can you tell me why it's called broad?  I 
don't get the intention behind this key...


Stefan

On 20.09.2011 11:34, Andreas Harder wrote:


On 20.09.2011, at 11:31, Stefan Müller wrote:


Hi again,

in one of my documents I want the text to be flushedleft and not hyphenated, 
see the following example.

\setupalign[flushleft, nothyphenated]
\starttext
\showlayout
bb bb bb bb bb 
aa bb
\stoptext


\setupalign[flushleft,nothyphenated,broad]

\starttext \showframe
bb bb bb bb bb 
aa bb
\stoptext


Greeting
Andreas

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[NTG-context] MetaObj with labels in built-in objects (MetaObj Standard Library)

2011-09-20 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

some time ago I posted on this list about problems with MetaObj in 
ConTeXt when using labels.  There's a wiki article about this now [1]. 
Just recently I was forced to notice that this solution does not work 
when the label to be drawn is part of the object definition.  So the 
example from [1] works fine with the added boolean flag, but the 
following example (which means basically all built-in MetaObj objects 
with text) does not.  It compiles well but there is no text.


--8start8--
\startMPinclusions[+]
input metaobj;
boolean firstrun; firstrun := true;
\stopMPinclusions

\startMPpage
if firstrun:
newBox.a(\sometxt{Text});
a.c = origin;
fi;
drawObj(a);
firstrun := false;
\stopMPpage
--8stop8--

I'm out of ideas how to fix this.  I tried putting the text into a 
separate pictrue variable and use this in newBox.  In addition, I 
thought it should be possible to modify metaobj.mp to check for a 
boolean variable (e.g. firstrun) and let the macros there react to its 
value accordingly , but I always got either no text or errors.


I can draw the picture I wanted to get in the first place with plain 
MetaFun, but I thought MetaObj would be even more fun.  Now I'm very 
curious if someone on this list can come up with something.  I think it 
would be great if MetaObj could be fully used within ConTeXt.


Thanks in advance for taking the time to think about this and any hints!
Kind regards,
Stefan.


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Re: [NTG-context] Complexity of APA style, is this possible? (was: Some APA- and language related bibliography problems)

2011-08-19 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi again,

I was told the where the style files (e.g. bibl-apa-de.tex) are located 
and got directions on how the files should be modified.


I started modifying the bibl-apa.tex according to the 6th edition of the 
APA style manual.  But now I get the impression, that the mechanism with 
those style files isn't able to cope with APA.  That's why I wanted to 
ask if it is even possible to implement the following features by 
modifying the style files, or should I then better rewrite it in Lua (if 
there's need for extensive hackery)? :)  If it can be done with the 
style files, then please point my in the right direction?


-- When citing in text: two authors are separated only by and, e.g. 
Walker and Allen, but when there are three or more authors then there 
is a comma before the and, e.g. Bradley, Ramirez, and Soo.


-- When there is no author of the source and the editor is listed first, 
then the reference starts with Editor, E. (Ed.). But if authors are 
given (for e.g. a book chapter with own title) and the editors are 
listed later, then their names are not inverted and without the comma, 
e.g. E. Editor (Ed.).


-- According to the APA manual the complete list of authors is given in 
the publication list if there are seven or less authors. If there are 
eight or more authors, they are not abbreviated by et al., but the 
first six authors are given, followed by ... and the last author.


-- The first citation (e.g. Bradley, Ramirez, and Soo (2006)) of a 
reference should be different from subsequent citations (e.g. Bradley 
et al. (2006)) of the same reference.


-- The number of authors abbreviation with et al. depends on the 
author names: if there is e.g. Bradley, Ramirez, and Soo (2006) and 
Bradley, Soo, and Allen (2006), then the correct abbreviations after 
the first cite would be Bradley, Ramirez, et al. (2006) and Bradley, 
Soo, et al. (2006), respectively.


Thanks in advance for any hints or suggestions.
Kind regards,
Stefan
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[NTG-context] Some APA- and language related bibliography problems

2011-08-18 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

I have some problems with a bibliography.  Please consider the following 
example


  \mainlanguage[de]
  \setupbibtex[database={mysample}]
  \setuppublications[alternative=apa]

  \starttext
  Ein Zitat \cite[HagenHoekwater2011].
  Noch ein Zitat \cite[SchrammKopiez2009].
  \placepublications[criterium=text]
  \stoptext

which results in

Ein Zitat (Hagen and Hoekwater, 2011). Noch ein Zitat (Schramm and 
Kopiez, 2009).

Hagen, H. and Hoekwater, T. (2011). Fonts in ConTEXt. Boekplan, NL.
Schramm, H. and Kopiez, R. (2009). Die alltägliche nutzung von musik. In 
Bruhn, H., Kopiez, R. and Lehmann, A. C., editors, Musikpsychologie. Das 
neue Handbuch, pages 253-265. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt Taschenbuch 
Verlag.


There are some language specific issues here.

(1) There is written and in the two references between the author's 
and between the editor's names, despite the fact that I changed the 
mainlanguage to German.  I learned that I can change this to e.g. und with


  \setuppublicationlist[lastnamesep={\ und \ }, firstnamesep={\ und \ }]

but is the current mechanism for translation able to automate the 
translation here too?  Please note that I'm fine with the above 
solution, I'm just curious.  [Similar issue with andtext in \setupcite]


(2) Similar to the above: How can I change the other inserted 
words/text, the APA manual [a] requires something different here:
  (Eds.) or (Hrsg.) (without the comma, latter German) instead of 
, editors

  pp. or S. (German) instead of pages
Do I have to modify ConTeXt bib style files here?  I would very much 
refrain from that...  Those inserted words/texts are in general not used 
in German.  IIRC these were hardcoded in English inside the style files, 
is this still the case?


(3) There was already a thread about this [b]. The current mechanism 
messes with the capitalization of the titles Die alltägliche Nutzung 
von Musik.  In English, this is mostly an aesthetic concern, in German 
and other languages this is definitely a bug and makes the reference 
list unusable.
Maybe I missed something here: Is it possible to change this without 
modifying the ConTeXt core files?  If not I request that the function 
Thomas pointed out in [b] is removed.  If I want uncapitalized titles I 
can just use them uncapitalized in th bib or bbl file.
IIRC putting the complete title in extra {}'s in the bib would solve 
this but is considered very very bad.


(4) In the APA-style, the entries in the reference list are supposed to 
be double-spaced [c].  How can I achieve this?  The command 
\setupinterlinespace[big] inside \start...\stoptext does the job for the 
normal text, but not for the referencelist.


[a] APA Publication manual, 6th edition, 2010. Page 202, section 7.02 
Books, Reference Books, and Book Chapters.

[b] http://www.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2011/059359.html
[c] APA Publication manual, 6th edition, 2010. Page 37, section 2.11 
References.


I strongly hope that I can get answers to all of my points above, and 
any hints and suggestions are appreciated.


Unfortunately I'm very unfamiliar with ConTeXt's mechanisms concerning 
the reference list and I don't know where and how to fix these issues, 
otherwise I would try to post patches instead...


Kind regards,
Stefan Müller.
@STRING{hh = {Hans Hagen}}

@ELECTRONIC{hh2010,
  author = hh,
  year = {2010},
  title = {Metafun. \CONTEXT\ mkiv},
  url = {http://www.pragma-ade.nl/general/manuals/metafun-s.pdf},
}

@ARTICLE{hh2010a,
  author = hh,
  title = {The Font Name Mess},
  journal = {MAPS},
  year = {2010},
  volume = {40},
  pages = {2-8},
  keywords = {context},
}

@ARTICLE{hh2010b,
  author = hh,
  title = {Grouping in Hybrid Environments},
  journal = {MAPS},
  year = {2010},
  volume = {40},
  pages = {67-71},
  keywords = {context},
}

@BOOK{Eijkhout1991,
  title = {\TeX\ by Topic. A \TeX nician's Reference},
  publisher = {Addison-Wesley},
  year = {1991},
  author = {Victor Eijkhout},
  address = {London},
  keywords = {general},
}

@BOOK{HagenHoekwater2011,
  title = {Fonts in \ConTeXt},
  publisher = {Boekplan, NL},
  year = {2011},
  author = {Hans Hagen and Taco Hoekwater},
  isbn = {978-94-90688-03-5},
}

@INCOLLECTION{SchrammKopiez2009,
  author = {Holger Schramm and Reinhard Kopiez},
  title = {Die alltägliche Nutzung von Musik},
  booktitle = {Musikpsychologie. Das neue Handbuch},
  editor = {Herbert Bruhn and Reinhard Kopiez and Andreas C. Lehmann},
  publisher = {Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag},
  address = {Reinbek bei Hamburg},
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  year = {2009},
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Re: [NTG-context] Some APA- and language related bibliography problems

2011-08-18 Thread Stefan Müller
In an off-list conversation I was told that there is an apa-de style. 
 This is documented in [d] and was not in [e] so I updated that page. 
That solves issue (1) and partly issue (2): There is now , Herausgeber 
instead of (Hrsg.) what I want (and I think the APA manual wants it, 
too).  Also, there is Seiten instead of S..


No effect on (3), (4).  And there are two more issues I overlooked.

(5) The APA manual [a] shows that it should read Title of book (pp. 
xxx-xxx). instead of Title of book, pages xxx-xxx. (the second 
reference in the example).  This seems to be wrong in apa and apa-de.


(6) Please consider

  \mainlanguage[de]
  \setupbibtex[database={mysample}]
  \setuppublications[alternative=apa-de]

  \starttext
  Wieder ein Zitat \cite[hh2010b]
  \placepublications[criterium=text]
  \stoptext

In the output there is now MAPS, 40:67-71.  But following again the 
APA manual [f] it should be MAPS, 40, 67-71 and the journal number 
40 typeset italic.  In the presence of an issue-number x it should 
read MAPS, 40(x), 67-71, again only journal name and number italic, 
not the issue number.


[d] 
http://dl.contextgarden.net/modules/bibmod-doc/doc/context/bib/bibmod-doc.pdf

[e] http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Reference/en/setuppublications
[f] APA Publication manual, 6th edition, 2010. Page 199, section 7.01 
Periodicals.


Thanks in advance for considering this!
Stefan


On 18.08.2011 14:24, Stefan Müller wrote:

Hi list,

I have some problems with a bibliography. Please consider the following
example

\mainlanguage[de]
\setupbibtex[database={mysample}]
\setuppublications[alternative=apa]

\starttext
Ein Zitat \cite[HagenHoekwater2011].
Noch ein Zitat \cite[SchrammKopiez2009].
\placepublications[criterium=text]
\stoptext

which results in

Ein Zitat (Hagen and Hoekwater, 2011). Noch ein Zitat (Schramm and
Kopiez, 2009).
Hagen, H. and Hoekwater, T. (2011). Fonts in ConTEXt. Boekplan, NL.
Schramm, H. and Kopiez, R. (2009). Die alltägliche nutzung von musik. In
Bruhn, H., Kopiez, R. and Lehmann, A. C., editors, Musikpsychologie. Das
neue Handbuch, pages 253-265. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt Taschenbuch
Verlag.

There are some language specific issues here.

(1) There is written and in the two references between the author's
and between the editor's names, despite the fact that I changed the
mainlanguage to German. I learned that I can change this to e.g. und with

\setuppublicationlist[lastnamesep={\ und \ }, firstnamesep={\ und \ }]

but is the current mechanism for translation able to automate the
translation here too? Please note that I'm fine with the above solution,
I'm just curious. [Similar issue with andtext in \setupcite]

(2) Similar to the above: How can I change the other inserted
words/text, the APA manual [a] requires something different here:
(Eds.) or (Hrsg.) (without the comma, latter German) instead of ,
editors
pp. or S. (German) instead of pages
Do I have to modify ConTeXt bib style files here? I would very much
refrain from that... Those inserted words/texts are in general not used
in German. IIRC these were hardcoded in English inside the style files,
is this still the case?

(3) There was already a thread about this [b]. The current mechanism
messes with the capitalization of the titles Die alltägliche Nutzung
von Musik. In English, this is mostly an aesthetic concern, in German
and other languages this is definitely a bug and makes the reference
list unusable.
Maybe I missed something here: Is it possible to change this without
modifying the ConTeXt core files? If not I request that the function
Thomas pointed out in [b] is removed. If I want uncapitalized titles I
can just use them uncapitalized in th bib or bbl file.
IIRC putting the complete title in extra {}'s in the bib would solve
this but is considered very very bad.

(4) In the APA-style, the entries in the reference list are supposed to
be double-spaced [c]. How can I achieve this? The command
\setupinterlinespace[big] inside \start...\stoptext does the job for the
normal text, but not for the referencelist.

[a] APA Publication manual, 6th edition, 2010. Page 202, section 7.02
Books, Reference Books, and Book Chapters.
[b] http://www.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2011/059359.html
[c] APA Publication manual, 6th edition, 2010. Page 37, section 2.11
References.

I strongly hope that I can get answers to all of my points above, and
any hints and suggestions are appreciated.

Unfortunately I'm very unfamiliar with ConTeXt's mechanisms concerning
the reference list and I don't know where and how to fix these issues,
otherwise I would try to post patches instead...

Kind regards,
Stefan Müller.

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Re: [NTG-context] Making bibliography references interactive in mkiv

2011-07-18 Thread Stefan Müller
I have \setupinteraction[state=start] in my mkiv-document and get 
clickable links (they are displayed in green) for all my \cite.  Those 
links bring me to the correct bibliography page.  Could you please 
provide a minimal example that's not working on your machine?


Kind regards,
Stefan

On 18.07.2011 09:54, Christian wrote:

Hello list,
I'm currently using the built in bib-module in mkiv together with a bib

database file.

How can I set it up so that clicking on a reference takes me to the

corresponding entry in the publication list?

maybe '\setupinteraction[state=start, focus=standard]' can help you.


That's not working for \cite, I'm afraid.
Wiki says about setupinteraction[state=start]:
This makes all links generated with the \goto command (and indirectly the \in and 
\at commands) clickable.

I don't know enough about the inner mechanism of the cite command, maybe it's
possible to define a custom command that uses goto.

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Re: [NTG-context] bib module (again)

2011-07-07 Thread Stefan Müller

On 07.07.2011 11:25, Steffen Wolfrum wrote:

Am 06.07.2011 um 12:47 schrieb Hans Hagen:

you can write a script that does it for you ... maybe at some point I will 
provide some extra hooks in the bib module but it has no priority on my agenda


an even more challenging option, that might need some extra hooks, is the 
ibid option:

an article is cited in a footnote.
the macro looks if this article is already cited before.
if so it looks if this is exactly the same article as cited directly before.
and it makes sure that it is not the first cite on the current page (resp. 
spread).

if all these are true, the \cite command gives an Ibid. instead of the full 
cite.


as this is provided for latex users by Philipp Lehman with his biblatex 
package, it is considered to be kind of standard by some publisher today.

Steffen


Hi Steffen,

I think Andreas Schneider posted a working solution for this some time 
ago. 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20100121.112244.d88e2646.en.html


But it is possible that this does not work anymore with the current beta 
(untested).


Best regards,
Stefan.
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[NTG-context] Additional title after enumerations-head

2011-06-22 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

in one of my documents (MkIV) I defined several different enumerations 
with \defineenumerations.  Currently their only differences are in the 
values of text= and style=.  With the following I got what I wanted 
so far:


\defineenumeration[lemma][text=Lemma, location=serried, width=fit, 
style=slanted, indenting=yes, prefix=yes, prefixsegments=chapter, 
indentnext=no]


\starttext
\startlemma
Some slanted text.
\stoplemma
\stoptext

Results in Lemma 1  Some slanted text, head in bold and the text slanted.

But now I have some lemmata that should get some kind of title, for example:
Lemma 1 (Farkas Lemma)  Some slanted text.

How can I achieve this without defining a new description for every 
special case?  I tried something like \startlemma[right={My title}] 
without avail.  I want the title, (Farkas Lemma) in the above 
example, to be placed before the added distance.  In addition I would 
like to be able to set (within \definedescription for all lemmata would 
be enough) whether I want the title to be bold (like the head Lemma 
1) or not.  Is all or some of this possible?  I'm pretty confident that 
ConTeXt can already handle this, but I don't know how.


Thanks in advance for any hints!

Kind regards,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Additional title after enumerations-head

2011-06-22 Thread Stefan Müller

On 22.06.2011 21:02, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Wed, 22 Jun 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


[...]


\defineenumeration[lemma][title=yes]

\startlemma {Farkas Lemma} ...
...
\stoplemma


Thanks a lot, that does the job!


I'm pretty confident that ConTeXt can already handle this, but I don't
know how.


Have you seen http://www.ntg.nl/maps/36/09.pdf?

Aditya


Well, no, I haven't. I'll read it at once! Thank you very much for this, 
too!


Kind regards,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Additional title after enumerations-head

2011-06-22 Thread Stefan Müller



On 22.06.2011 21:14, Stefan Müller wrote:

On 22.06.2011 21:02, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Wed, 22 Jun 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


[...]


\defineenumeration[lemma][title=yes]

\startlemma {Farkas Lemma} ...
...
\stoplemma


Thanks a lot, that does the job!


I'm pretty confident that ConTeXt can already handle this, but I don't
know how.


Have you seen http://www.ntg.nl/maps/36/09.pdf?

Aditya


Well, no, I haven't. I'll read it at once! Thank you very much for this,
too!

Kind regards,
Stefan


Two questions about the article: Can you confirm that 
conversion=Characters and conversion=Roman (top of page 2) does not 
work? I vaguely recall some more or less recent changes in ConTeXt MkIV 
concerning number conversion.


And can you confirm that (e.g.) number=theorem (page 3, middle) does 
not work? It seems as if you have to use counter=theorem now.


Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Additional title after enumerations-head

2011-06-22 Thread Stefan Müller
Thank you.  I wanted to add this to the wiki, but now I'm not sure how 
the mentioned commands relate to each other.  So I guess 
\setupenumerations inherits all keys (among them number and 
numberconversion) from \setupnumber?  Unfortunatly there's no 
reference page for \setupnumber on the wiki, yet.  How to find out which 
keys there are for \setupnumber?  In general, I find it extremly hard to 
find out which values for which keys are even defined for a given 
ConTeXt command...


Stefan.

On 22.06.2011 21:47, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 22.06.2011 um 21:35 schrieb Stefan Müller:


Two questions about the article: Can you confirm that conversion=Characters and 
conversion=Roman (top of page 2) does not work? I vaguely recall some more or less 
recent changes in ConTeXt MkIV concerning number conversion.


The new name of the key is “numberconversion” (inherited from \setupnumber).


And can you confirm that (e.g.) number=theorem (page 3, middle) does not work? It seems 
as if you have to use counter=theorem now.


Number takes only the two values “yes” and “no”.

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] Additional title after enumerations-head

2011-06-22 Thread Stefan Müller

On 22.06.2011 22:14, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 22.06.2011 um 22:03 schrieb Stefan Müller:


Thank you. I wanted to add this to the wiki, but now I'm not sure how
the mentioned commands relate to each other. So I guess
\setupenumerations inherits all keys (among them number and
numberconversion) from \setupnumber?


I attached a updated version of the options for the \setupdescriptions
and \setupenumerations commands.


Thank you very much.


Unfortunatly there's no reference page for \setupnumber on the wiki,
yet. How to find out which keys there are for \setupnumber?


For the moment the source is the only reference but I’m working on a new
list with all options for the most important commands.


Again, thank you very much. I really appreciate all the work you (and 
others) are putting into this!



In general, I find it extremly hard to find out which values for which
keys are even defined for a given ConTeXt command...


There is a manual with the keys and values for many commands:
http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/qrcs/setup-en.pdf


Yes, right. I saw this document when I started with ConTeXt and almost 
forgot about it. I didn't know it has been updated. Btw., \setupnumber 
is currently not in there, but I guess you now that.



Wolfgang


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Re: [NTG-context] Editors

2011-06-21 Thread Stefan Müller

On 21.06.2011 11:19, Mojca Miklavec wrote:

On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 09:35, Marc Trius wrote:


This might be different for you if you're already used to Vim or Emacs, which I 
wasn't.


As I said, if you are not used to work with those, it is a steep learning curve.


TeXworks is configured to use MkII, but there are instructions on the wiki to 
configure it for MkIV.


The latest TeXworks should have this fixed, but I have no idea how to
build texworks on linux (for Windows and Mac one can download a
binary).

Mojca


Hi, I'm not a very experienced Linux-user, but I still managed to 
compile the TeXworks-current-snapshot on my (Arch-)Linux system without 
any problems. It was just the same as with any other application I 
wanted to build from source. You need some development packages for your 
Linux-distro (have a look at http://code.google.com/p/texworks/ ) and 
then just something like qmake and make.


HTH, Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] OT: What reference management software do you use?

2011-05-24 Thread Stefan Müller

On 23.05.2011 23:47, Thomas A. Schmitz wrote:

As to the question why strings: Pontus's answer named one important aspect. I have several .bib files which contain 
nothing but string definitions: one with abbreviated, one with full journal titles; one with English strings 
(reprint, Munich) and one with the German equivalent (Nachdruck, München). 
Including the right file(s) will then provide the desired output.


That sounds quite reasonable. I haven't thought of that yet, as I 
haven't written a lot of bibliographies and they were all in English.


If I have for example mybib.bib, en.bib and de.bib, how would I tell 
ConTeXt that it should use mybib.bib as database and en.bib for string 
replacement?

  \setupbibtex[database={mybib.bib,en.bib}]
?

Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] [bibliography] publications layout

2011-05-24 Thread Stefan Müller



On 24.05.2011 00:57, Pontus Lurcock wrote:

On Tue 24 May 2011, finkler wrote:


in my publication list from the bibliography, every word, except the
first starts in small case letters. How can I change this?


This might help: http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=capbibtex

Pont


Hi,

is the bibliograph style as mentioned in If your document design 
specification requires a different style of capitalisation, you should 
acquire a bibliography style that doesn’t enforce BibTeX’s default 
rules. from the website you suggested, the same thing I set up with

  \setuppublications[alternative=...]
? I'm using ams there and realized that the title tag of @book is not 
treated that way (so with @book there are caps inside the title without 
extra {} in the bib-file).


Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] OT: What reference management software do you use?

2011-05-23 Thread Stefan Müller



On 22.05.2011 22:14, Otso Helenius wrote:

using ConTeXt and not LaTeX you maybe also use a nice reference
management software the main stream does not know about. But probably it
is not related to ConTeXt at all since it is BibTeX in the end.


I can warmly recommend Zotero. It works very well and can fetch content
directly from web pages (also recognizes PubMed, ScienceDirect, Google Books
etc. automatically). The best feature is automatic sync of content
to either the Zotero server or your own.


+1 for Zotero

I tried Mendeley some time ago. It's standalone but sill quite similar 
to Zotero. Browser-integration works via a special bookmark. It also 
has an embedded pdf-viewer, which is very neat. Reason for changing to 
Zotereo were some strange bibtex-export issues, where the bibtex file 
got messed up and had to be readjusted manually.



The Firefox plugin is nice, and now there is also an alpha standalone app
in in development. The software is open source and in use in many
universities worldwide.

http://www.zotero.org/about/

Best,
Otso Helenius

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Re: [NTG-context] OT: What reference management software do you use?

2011-05-23 Thread Stefan Müller
Okay, then I should definitely take a look at JabRef. Anyhow, maybe I'm 
naive here, but I don't see a reason why Zotero should support BibTeX 
Strings. If I type the BibTeX file manually, sure. But Zotero reads the 
(e.g.) Journal names from the corresponding websites, so there should be 
no need to replace those with abbreviations. Is it because I don't 
understand BibTeX strings?


Does JabRef offers synchronisation (e.g. WebDAV) between different machines?

Stefan

On 23.05.2011 23:00, Thomas A. Schmitz wrote:


On May 23, 2011, at 10:45 PM, Stefan Müller wrote:


+1 for Zotero

I tried Mendeley some time ago. It's standalone but sill quite similar to Zotero. 
Browser-integration works via a special bookmark. It also has an embedded 
pdf-viewer, which is very neat. Reason for changing to Zotereo were some strange 
bibtex-export issues, where the bibtex file got messed up and had to be readjusted 
manually.


I find Zotero useless for my work with ConTeXt. You cannot have 
cross-references within your bibliographic items, and it is impossible to have 
proper markup in bibliographical items. For me, both are absolute killer 
arguments; I cannot work with zotero. And the bibtex export sucks; important 
features such as bibtex strings are not supported. So I would actually 
recommend jabref if you need a cross-platform tool or bibdesk if you're using 
OS X exclusively. Regarding a system when you write your context files: I use 
Emacs, and I haven't seen anything more powerful or more convenient than reftex 
(which also works with context, after a few tweaks in your configuration file).

Thomas

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Re: [NTG-context] Metfun macro for triangle

2011-03-24 Thread Stefan Müller



On 24.03.2011 10:57, Otared Kavian wrote:

Hi Stefan,

Thanks for the quick answer and solution!
Your solution works perfectly in mkiv; however typesetting with mkii results in
! Undefined control sequence.
l.3 \startMPdefinitions
Is there a solution with mkii?


Then just drop the MPdefinitions section and put the complete vardef 
before your normal mp code in the MPcode section. That should work, I think.



May I ask one more question?
In the macro you wrote
Triangle((0cm,0cm), (5cm,0cm), 8cm, 6cm)
one has to specify the double of the length of each side (because a unit circle 
in MetaPost is a circle having diameter one). Would it be possible to change 
slightly the lines


Now that's strange... But I see what you mean. I didn't notice.


p := fullcircle scaled la shifted za ;
q := fullcircle scaled lb shifted zb ;
so that la and lb are replaced with their doubled values? I tried
p := fullcircle scaled 2*la shifted za ;


Yeah, you need parentheses here, because otherwise Metapost tries to 
scale by 2 and then doesn't know how to multiply the result (the path 
fullcircle scaled 2) with la.


p := fullcircle scaled (2 * la) shifted za ;
q := fullcircle scaled (2 * lb) shifted zb ;



but this does not work.

Thanks for your attention: OK


np, Stefan.


On 24 mars 2011, at 10:29, Stefan Müller wrote:


Hi,

what about

\startMPdefinitions
vardef Triangle(expr za, zb, la, lb) =
path p, q ;
pair zc ;
pickup pencircle scaled 2mm ;
drawdot za ;
drawdot zb ;
p := fullcircle scaled la shifted za ;
q := fullcircle scaled lb shifted zb ;
zc = p intersectionpoint q ;
drawdot zc ;
pickup pencircle scaled 1mm ;
za--zb--zc--cycle
enddef;
\stopMPdefinitions

\starttext
\startMPcode
draw Triangle((0cm,0cm), (5cm,0cm), 8cm, 6cm) withcolor blue ;  
\stopMPcode
\stoptext

Stefan

On 24.03.2011 09:59, Otared Kavian wrote:

Hi all,

I have a document in which I must draw several triangles for which two summits, 
say z0, z1, and the length of the two other sides are known, so that the third 
summit, say z2, is completly determined.
In order to draw one triangle the following works fine:

\setupcolors[state=start]
\starttext
\startMPcode
z0 = (0cm,0cm) ;
z1 = (5cm,0cm) ;
path p, q ; 
pickup pencircle scaled 2mm ;
drawdot z0 ;
drawdot z1 ;
p := halfcircle scaled 8 cm ; % twice the length of the second side at 
z0
p := p shifted z0 ;
q := halfcircle scaled 6 cm ;  % twice the length of the second side at 
z1
q := q shifted z1  ;
z2 = p intersectionpoint q ;
drawdot z2 ;
pickup pencircle scaled 1mm ;
draw z0--z1--z2--cycle withcolor blue ;
\stopMPcode
\stoptext

However I would like to have a macro, for instance named Triangle, which 
accepts four arguments z0,z1, length_1, length_2, so that in a MetaPost code i 
can use
draw Triangle(z0,z1, 4, 3) withcolor blue ;
in order to draw the above triangle.
Has anyone any idea about how to do this?

Thanks in advance for your help: OK
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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-18 Thread Stefan Müller



On 18.03.2011 03:42, mathew wrote:

On Mar 17, 2011, at 11:53, Stefan Müller wrote:

Yes, I thought so. I just asked, because I couldn't find an environment variable with that name. Even after 
setuptex.bat typing echo %OSFONTDIR% did only print %OSFONTDIR% and not a 
list of paths, as I expected.


There are defaults baked into the binaries. If you don't set the environment 
variable, you get the built-in defaults. That's generally how things work on 
Unix.


Alright, that would explain it.


On Mar 17, 2011, at 11:53, Stefan Müller wrote:

(2A) Put .afm files to C:\Windows\Fonts
(2B) Put the complete rsfs (containing the .afm and all the other stuff) 
directory to texmf-fonts\fonts


Right... From the point of view of ConTeXt/LuaTeX use, there's no need for the 
fonts to be installed in Windows; you just need to have all the files somewhere 
that OSFONTDIR (or the default font paths) will point. The font outlines will 
be embedded into the PDF by default, so the OS doesn't need to have access to 
them.


The point I was trying to make here was that on my system I _needed_ to 
install the fonts in Windows first. Otherwise mtxrun wouldn't find them, 
no matter where the afm files were. This is maybe because of the 
directory structure, but I have no idea, especially as somewhere it was 
stated that I should just put the directory there.


I have the following:
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ *.mf
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ *.pfb
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ afm \ *.afm
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ map \ *.map
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ pfm \ *.pfm

mtxrun finds the pfb (pfm) in C:\Windows\Fonts and the afm files here. 
But it doesn't look for the pfb (pfm) in texmf-fonts... Is this because 
of the legacy issue? It's pretty inconvenient.



- In both versions, step (1) seems to be mandatory. I would expect, that the 
rsfs directory in texmf-fonts\fonts should be enough, as mtxrun clearly 
searches there and all the files are there, too. I don't understand the problem 
here.


Hmm, that *would* explain my problem with getting GhostScript's Type 1 fonts 
working... I must investigate further!


- If the .pfm and .pfb files are sufficient for Windows, why does mtxrun 
specifically search for .afm files and not also for .pfm?


Probably because mtxrun (and the rest of ConTeXt and LuaTeX) are written for 
Unix and ported to Windows, and Unix uses .afm files for metrics. (Except OS X, 
which is different for historical reasons.)

That and .afm files are much easier to work with because they're text files.

But it might not be a bad idea for LuaTeX to automatically perform a pfm2afm 
conversion and cache the converted files when necessary, and probably not that 
hard to code. On the other hand, Type 1 fonts are legacy at this point, so it 
might not be worth it.


mathew


I'll keep in mind that the type1 fonts are obsolete. I just thought it 
would be a nice idea to try getting some font with the rsfs first, as 
there were full examples (which do not work here for some reason) on 
the mailing list.


Thanks for the help,
Stefan.
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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-18 Thread Stefan Müller

Indeed, that works! Thank you very much. So again, structure matters.

Kind regards,
Stefan.

On 18.03.2011 12:39, Hans Hagen wrote:

On 18-3-2011 12:26, Stefan Müller wrote:


I have the following:
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ *.mf
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ *.pfb
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ afm \ *.afm
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ map \ *.map
texmf-fonts \ fonts \ rsfs \ type1 \ pfm \ *.pfm


just put the pfb and afm files (forget about map files)

texmf-fonts/fonts/data/rsfs

and run mtxrun --generate afterwards

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-17 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi mathew,

thanks for your reply!

On 16.03.2011 16:58, mathew wrote:

On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 09:00, Stefan Müllerwarrence@gmx.de  wrote:

[...]

I put the rsfs directory with its subdirs from the .zip to the folder
c:\context\tex\texmf-fonts\fonts\data\ as Wolfgang suggested [4] and ran
context --generate. I seems as if this did not install the font, but I
have no idea. How can I check this?


For mkiv minimals, the following should work:
a) Install font as appropriate for your OS.


I'm using Windows Vista 64bit and installed the rsfs font by 
right-clicking the .pfm files. I thought I had to use the .pfb files, 
but Windows did not recognize those and didn't show Install in the 
context menu. After installing the .pfm files I could find them in 
C:\Windows\Fonts.



b) Make sure OS font directory containing font pfb file is included in OSFONTDIR


Is this a typo and do you mean .pfm file? Otherwise I don't get it. 
Should I just copy the .pfb files to C:\Windows\Fonts, too? Did 
something went wrong with installation?


When running mtxrun --script fonts --reload


c) Update LuaTeX's font info by running   mtxrun --script fonts --reload


there were the lines

fonts   | names | identifying system font files with suffix otf
fonts   | names | adding path from OSFONTDIR: c:/windows/fonts
fonts   | names | adding path from fontconfig file: c:/windows/fonts

in the output, so I guess OSFONTDIR is correct (where would I change it, 
anyway?) as c:/windows/fonts is considered. Here mtxrun tries to 
identify fonts with a number of suffixes. It only consideres otf, ttf, 
ttc, dfont and afm (and caps versions). Shouldn't there be pfm or pfb as 
well?



d) Check the list of fonts using   mtxrun --script fonts --list --all
--pattern=*


I tried this and got a lot of fonts (around 900) printed to screen, 
however rsfs was not present in this list.


What did I wrong? Thank you very much for your patience!

Best regards,
Stefan


At that point you have the font known to LuaTeX. Then you need to set
it up in your document; I posted a full example of that a while back,
it's at http://pastebin.tlhiv.org/9GeRRcI4
but I haven't put it into the wiki yet.


mathew

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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-17 Thread Stefan Müller
Ah, thanks for that. Indeed, there are .pfm and .pfb files in the Fonts 
directory now. But still


mtxrun --script fonts --reload

doesn't seem to check for those file types...

Best regards,
Stefan.

On 17.03.2011 13:40, Ulrike Fischer wrote:

Am Thu, 17 Mar 2011 10:05:17 +0100 schrieb Stefan Müller:


Is this a typo and do you mean .pfm file? Otherwise I don't get it.
Should I just copy the .pfb files to C:\Windows\Fonts, too?


You need both pfm and pfb in the fonts folder. But windows probably
pulled the pfb along with the pfm when you told it to install the
font.


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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-17 Thread Stefan Müller



On 17.03.2011 16:04, mathew wrote:

On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 04:05, Stefan Müllerwarrence@gmx.de  wrote:

I'm using Windows Vista 64bit and installed the rsfs font by right-clicking
the .pfm files. I thought I had to use the .pfb files, but Windows did not
recognize those and didn't show Install in the context menu. After
installing the .pfm files I could find them in C:\Windows\Fonts.


.pfb is Printer Font, Binary.
.pfa is Printer Font, ASCII.
.pfm is Printer Font Metrics, binary.
.afm is Adobe Font Metrics, ASCII.

Typically each font will have a set of outlines in a pfb or pfa file,
and a set of metrics in a pfm or afm file. For Windows, you want the
pfb and pfm files.


Is this a typo and do you mean .pfm file? Otherwise I don't get it. Should I
just copy the .pfb files to C:\Windows\Fonts, too? Did something went
wrong with installation?


On Windows 7, the OS will identify only the .pfm file as the actual
font. However, when you install the font by opening it and clicking
the Install button, Windows invisibly locates the matching .pfb file
from the same directory, and copies them both to the C:\Windows\Fonts
directory.

It then hides the separate files from you. However, you can open the
command line prompt and cd to \windows\fonts and use dir to see them.


Yeah, I just figured that out. I love that about Windows...


fonts   | names | identifying system font files with suffix otf
fonts   | names | adding path from OSFONTDIR: c:/windows/fonts
fonts   | names | adding path from fontconfig file: c:/windows/fonts

in the output, so I guess OSFONTDIR is correct (where would I change it,
anyway?) as c:/windows/fonts is considered.


Yes, looks like it's correct.

You'd change it by setting an environment variable.
http://www.itechtalk.com/thread3595.html


Yes, I thought so. I just asked, because I couldn't find an environment 
variable with that name. Even after setuptex.bat typing echo 
%OSFONTDIR% did only print %OSFONTDIR% and not a list of paths, as I 
expected.



Here mtxrun tries to identify
fonts with a number of suffixes. It only consideres otf, ttf, ttc, dfont
and afm (and caps versions). Shouldn't there be pfm or pfb as well?


On Linux, it seems to scan for .afm files, as that's what Linux
expects and installs in preference to pfm. I'd expect the Windows
version to scan for .pfm, but I've never run any kind of TeX under
Windows.

To be honest, I did have problems getting LuaTeX and XeTeX to
recognize the PostScript fonts installed with GhostScript, so I
eventually removed them from my font path. My general conclusion is
that life is a lot, lot simpler if you throw away all your Type 1
fonts and replace them with OpenType versions. (I used fontforge to
convert the few that I really wanted to keep.)

Also, if you can find out what TeX is looking for, there are tools to
convert between pfb and pfa, and between afm and pfm.


mathew

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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-17 Thread Stefan Müller

So... I think I got somewhere now with the explanations from you and mathew.

It seems that the problem were the missing .afm files (as mtxrun wanted 
those, not .pfm nor .pfb). I found two different solutions A and B:


(1) Install fonts (.pfm) in Windows

(2A) Put .afm files to C:\Windows\Fonts
(2B) Put the complete rsfs (containing the .afm and all the other stuff) 
directory to texmf-fonts\fonts


(3) Run mtxrun --script fonts --reload

(4) Running mtxrun --script fonts --list --all --pattern=rsfs shows 
the fonts

(Note the --all, otherwise only one is printed)

There are two things now, that are somehow strange to me:

- In both versions, step (1) seems to be mandatory. I would expect, that 
the rsfs directory in texmf-fonts\fonts should be enough, as mtxrun 
clearly searches there and all the files are there, too. I don't 
understand the problem here.


- If the .pfm and .pfb files are sufficient for Windows, why does mtxrun 
specifically search for .afm files and not also for .pfm?


Anyhow, the fonts are finally listed/recognized by mtxrun. 
Unfortunately, the example at 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20100414.122529.bc3ba584.en.html still 
doesn't show me the rsfs font, only a default font. Probably I just have 
to look into that (and the example from mathew) tomorrow.


Best regards and thanks so far,
Stefan.
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[NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-16 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

like others before, I tried to get the script alphabet from Ralph 
Smith's Formal Font to work in MkIV (minimals) and failed. There seems 
to be only outdated or unclear and unspecific information about where to 
start with fonts available. Or: there is information everywhere but I 
can't put it together.


I downloaded a rsfs.zip from [1] containing .mf, .pfb, .afm, .pfm files 
and a .map file. It seems to be a type1 font.


The manual [2] states, that a script texfont.pl can do install the font. 
Mojca said [3] on the mailing list that texfont is not the way to go, so 
I didn't try to go further in that direction.


Do I need .tfm files? If so, how to get them?

I put the rsfs directory with its subdirs from the .zip to the folder
c:\context\tex\texmf-fonts\fonts\data\ as Wolfgang suggested [4] and ran 
context --generate. I seems as if this did not install the font, but I 
have no idea. How can I check this?


\definefont[rsfs][file:rsfs*default]
\starttext
\rsfs ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
\stoptext

just gave me the alphabet in default font. Is there a way to ask ConTeXt 
which fonts (or does ConTeXt know typescripts?) it knows?


In addition, I tried the example from Hans and Otared at [5] which 
crashes on my installation (error log appended at the end).


I don't know how to proceed here. Hopefully someone from this list can 
assist me. Thanks in advance.


Kind regards,
Stefan


[1] http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/fonts/rsfs/
[2] http://pmrb.free.fr/contextref.pdf
[3] 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20101213.120015.795450f2.en.html
[4] 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20101214.102347.a6a2216f.en.html
[5] 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20100414.122529.bc3ba584.en.html




mtx-context | warning: syntex is enabled
mtx-context | run 1: luatex --synctex=1 
--fmt=C:/context/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context/5fe67e0bfe781ce0dde776fb1556f32e/formats/cont-en 
--lua=C:/context/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context/5fe67e0bfe781ce0dde776fb1556f32e/formats/cont-en.lui 
--backend=pdf ./rsfs_test.tex

This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.66.0-2011021923 (rev 4086)
 \write18 enabled.
(rsfs_test.tex

ConTeXt  ver: 2011.02.25 22:03 MKIV  fmt: 2011.3.16  int: english/english

system   cont-new.mkiv loaded
(C:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkiv
system   beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.mkiv
)
system   rsfs_test.top loaded
(rsfs_test.top)
fontslatin modern fonts are not preloaded
languageslanguage en is active
(C:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-siz.mkiv) 
(C:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-otf.mkiv){C:/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-math.map}{C:/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-rm.map}{C:/context/tex/texmf-context/fonts/map/pdftex/context/mkiv-base.map}

system   begin file rsfs_test.tex at line 41
backend  xmp  using file 
'C:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/lpdf-pdx.xml'

pagesflushing realpage 1, userpage 1, subpage 1
system   end file rsfs_test.tex at line 57

){C:/context/tex/texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/lm/lm-mathsy.enc}{C:/context/tex/texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/lm/lm-mathit.enc}C:/context/tex/texmf/fonts/opentype/public/lm/lmroman10-regular.otfC:/context/tex/texmf-fonts/fonts/data/rsfs/type1/rsfs10.pfbType1: 
Could not understand Type1 font: 
C:/context/tex/texmf-fonts/fonts/data/rsfs/type1/rsfs10.pfb

mtx-context | fatal error: return code: 1
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[NTG-context] [texworks] ConTeXt version calling convention

2011-03-06 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

there were some ConTeXt-related questions on the TeXworks mailing list. 
I tried to answer some of them but I'm pretty sure someone with more 
experience should take a look at this.


The message from Stefan Löffler can be found here:
http://tug.org/pipermail/texworks/2011q1/003878.html

Best wishes,
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Re: [NTG-context] A question about data types?

2011-03-02 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi!

On 02.03.2011 12:25, Ian Lawrence wrote:

Sorry. me again...and I have been all over the wiki, mailing lists and
manuals...

I have this:

\setlayer[progresssteps]% name of the layer
[hoffset=904 px, voffset= 28\nuggetnumber px]  % placement (from upper
left corner of the layer)
{\stepstack}  % the actual contents of the layer

And I am hoping that as I increase nuggetnumber the voffset of the layer
will be 28*nuggetnumber

I am setting nuggetnumber like this for the moment:

\def \nuggetnumber{3}

(in the other dev document it is the result of counter, so set dynamically)

and this in the text

\nuggetnumber

which compiles to '3', so I assume the assignment is good to go.

varying both nuggetnumber and the scale factor (28) shift the layer up
and down, but not in a way that suggests that 28\nuggetnumber is being
evaluated as a product (so a scale factor of 7 and a nuggetnumber of 2
do not give the same output as a scale factor of 2 and a nuggetnumber of 7).


If you expect a product you should tell ConTeXt you want a product. You 
don't do that with 28\nuggetnumber px.


Check out http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Expressions

I think \dimexpr\nuggetnumber*28px\relax should get you there, but I'm 
not sure (untested).


Stefan


So I am led to think that there is something in the evaluating that is
going wrong - data types / units? (if I hard code in the results I am
expecting, say 28 px, 56 px or 84 px then I get exactly what I want...

Thanks, as ever

(Same result in ConTEXt ii or iv)
Ian



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Re: [NTG-context] references

2011-03-01 Thread Stefan Müller

On 28.02.2011 17:58, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 28.02.2011 um 17:38 schrieb Stefan Müller:


I just learned that some of those labels are, in fact, reused. That caused some 
confusion when I tried something like

\setuplabeltext[en][section=section~]

Is there a list or something which labels alexist and what values they have?


Only the source files, mkii gets the labels from the lang-xxx.mkii files
and mkiv from lang-lab.lua. What you can do is to list them on the wiki.

Wolfgang


Only for clarification: did you mean lang-txt.lua with a lot stuff like
  ...
  july={
   labels={
af=julie,
...
in it? Or is there something wrong with my files (couldn't find this 
file at http://source.contextgarden.net/tex/context/base only on my 
harddrive...)?


If that's the file: it looks like a clever thing to me to let a 
lua-function read data.labels and format it properly (table or 
something) and/or show only one language or something, rather then 
putting it on the wiki. Especially since there are some gaps in this 
file and there could be a lot updates in the future.


I'll look into that in the not too far away future, but I'm not very 
experienced with Lua.


Stefan.
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Re: [NTG-context] Item description in bold

2011-03-01 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi Cecil,

I think here is what you are looking for:
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Description
There it is explained how to define descriptions. In

\definedescription[descr][
  headstyle=bold,style=normal,align=left,location=hanging,
  width=broad,margin=1cm]

the option headstyle=bold does the magic.

Besides, you could also just use {\bf Description one}, I think.

HTH,
Stefan

On 01.03.2011 15:47, Cecil Westerhof wrote:

I have something like:
\startitemize
\item Description one

Some text belonging to this description.

\item Description two

Some text belonging to this description.

\item Description three

Some text belonging to this description.

\stopitemize

I would like to have 'Description one', 'Description two' and
'Description three' in bold and the rest of the text not. Is this possible?

--
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Re: [NTG-context] Comma spacing in math mode

2011-02-28 Thread Stefan Müller

On 28.02.2011 00:20, Khaled Hosny wrote:

On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 06:14:36PM -0500, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Mon, 28 Feb 2011, Mojca Miklavec wrote:

IMO this does only partially help, consider the following example:

\starttext
$(B, Y, R, X)$
\setupmathematics[autopunctuation=no]
$(B, Y, R, X)$
\stoptext

In both lines the spacing after Y is way to big. I don't know if that's a
bug or just ugly. (version 2011.02.15 16:11)


In text parts this is known as kerning. In OpenType math there are
complex bounding boxes.


I would call it a bug. The spacing is OK with cambria, but not with xits.


Because Cambria implements math kerning that Mojca is referring too,
XITS don't (and will not in the near future unless someone steps to
implement it; pretty tedious job).

Regards,
  Khaled


Ah, okay. Too bad. Some time ago I was wondering if there's something 
like kerning in math mode, too. Does that mean it would work if I 
switch to cambria math fonts?


Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Non-stretching or slow-stretching spaces?

2011-02-28 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi!

On 27.02.2011 05:02, S Barmeier wrote:

I was wondering if there are any kind of spaces which (partly) fix the
spacing between characters. For example, typesetting Chapter 1, I
would like to keep the space from stretching at the same rate as the
surrounding spaces (just like ck ligatures in old German texts would be
prevented from stretching, or the space in do n't (sic) in early 20th
century American texts).

I currently use



Did you mix up those two?


\  to prevent a line break


I don't think that this prevents a line break, at least not in MkIV. You 
could use ~ as in don't~break~here.



~ to prevent extra space after a period


You can set this globally [1] (if I understand you correctly). If you 
only want to use it at some places use \  as in i.e.\ .


[1] http://wiki.contextgarden.net/French_spacing

HTH,
Stefan


\,
\;
etc. as fractions(?) of the normal space (i.e. they change at the same
rate as the normal space when stretched)

Are there any other types of spaces I should be aware of? I would be
most grateful for any comments, especially concerning the existence of a
slow-stretching (or non-stretching) space...

Thank you,
Severin

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[NTG-context] problems with bib

2011-02-28 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

until now I used the bib module for my bibliography in a rather large 
document in MkIV by calling \usemodule[bib].


Today I updated to version 2011.02.25 22:03 and the document does no 
longer compile. I removed the above line from my document and it ran 
again, but the References section was empty and I got [[error 1]] 
everywhere I used \cite. So I changed \completepublications to 
\completepublications[criterium=all]. Now I have the complete list of 
references (I know, I asked for it) but instead I only want to have 
those references in the list that I cited in the document.


Some questions:
(1) Is the bib module obsolete? If so, can someone provide me with a 
small example how to properly make bibliographies now, preferably from a 
.bib-file?


(2) If this is not already answered by the first question: How do I get 
the references list to display only the cited entries from my 
bibliography, [criterium=?]?


(3) What do I have to do to let context find the sample.bib database? I 
get I couldn't open database file sample.bib.bib or I couldn't open 
database file sample.bib in the output depending on whether I added 
.bib or not.


My current setup is this:
%\usemodule[bib]
\setupbibtex[database={mybibdatabase.bib}]
\setuppublications[alternative=ams, refcommand=num]
\setupcite[num][lastpubsep={, }]
\setupcite[author][left=, right=]
...
\completepublications[criterium=all]

Any help appreciated,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] references

2011-02-28 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

I think it could be useful to be able to reuse the label text setups 
elsewhere, too.


I have for example

\definereferenceformat[inexp][label=example]
\setuplabeltext[en][example=example~]

in one of my documents. Why not specify this label when defining an 
enumeration example:


\defineenumeration[example][label=example]

This way I could easily use several languages in parallel with one 
setup. The first letter should probably be capitalized in the 
enumeration label...


Stefan.

On 11.02.2011 18:27, Hans Hagen wrote:

Hi,

I uploaded a beta. New:

- Improved \textxt behaviour (for Mojca's code).
- Korean labels and index tagging (with help from Jeong Dalyoung).
- Cleaned of referencing (formats).

\setupinteraction[state=start]

\startbuffer[definitions]
\definereferenceformat [PageOne] [left=(,right=),text=sometext]
\definereferenceformat [PageTwo] [label=page]
\definereferenceformat [PageThree] [label=*]
\definereferenceformat [PageFour] [label=both]

\setuplabeltext[en][page=page~]
\setuplabeltext[en][chapter=chapter~]
\setuplabeltext[en][both={chapter~,~retpahc}]
\stopbuffer

\getbuffer[definitions]

\starttext

\chapter[one]{One}

\typebuffer[definitions]

\startbuffer
\PageOne[two]
\PageTwo[two]
\PageThree[two]
\PageFour[two]
\at{(}{)}[two]
\at{!}[two]
\at{page}[two]
\at[two]
\stopbuffer

\typebuffer \startlines \getbuffer \stoplines

\chapter[two]{Two}

\typebuffer[definitions]

\startbuffer
\PageOne[one]
\PageTwo[one]
\PageThree[one]
\PageFour[one]
\at{(}{)}[one]
\at{!}[one]
\at{page}[one]
\at[one]
\stopbuffer

\typebuffer \startlines \getbuffer \stoplines

\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] references

2011-02-28 Thread Stefan Müller
I just learned that some of those labels are, in fact, reused. That 
caused some confusion when I tried something like


\setuplabeltext[en][section=section~]

Is there a list or something which labels alexist and what values they 
have?


Stefan

On 28.02.2011 16:08, Stefan Müller wrote:

Hi,

I think it could be useful to be able to reuse the label text setups
elsewhere, too.

I have for example

\definereferenceformat[inexp][label=example]
\setuplabeltext[en][example=example~]

in one of my documents. Why not specify this label when defining an
enumeration example:

\defineenumeration[example][label=example]

This way I could easily use several languages in parallel with one
setup. The first letter should probably be capitalized in the
enumeration label...

Stefan.

On 11.02.2011 18:27, Hans Hagen wrote:

Hi,

I uploaded a beta. New:

- Improved \textxt behaviour (for Mojca's code).
- Korean labels and index tagging (with help from Jeong Dalyoung).
- Cleaned of referencing (formats).

\setupinteraction[state=start]

\startbuffer[definitions]
\definereferenceformat [PageOne] [left=(,right=),text=sometext]
\definereferenceformat [PageTwo] [label=page]
\definereferenceformat [PageThree] [label=*]
\definereferenceformat [PageFour] [label=both]

\setuplabeltext[en][page=page~]
\setuplabeltext[en][chapter=chapter~]
\setuplabeltext[en][both={chapter~,~retpahc}]
\stopbuffer

\getbuffer[definitions]

\starttext

\chapter[one]{One}

\typebuffer[definitions]

\startbuffer
\PageOne[two]
\PageTwo[two]
\PageThree[two]
\PageFour[two]
\at{(}{)}[two]
\at{!}[two]
\at{page}[two]
\at[two]
\stopbuffer

\typebuffer \startlines \getbuffer \stoplines

\chapter[two]{Two}

\typebuffer[definitions]

\startbuffer
\PageOne[one]
\PageTwo[one]
\PageThree[one]
\PageFour[one]
\at{(}{)}[one]
\at{!}[one]
\at{page}[one]
\at[one]
\stopbuffer

\typebuffer \startlines \getbuffer \stoplines

\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] problems with bib

2011-02-28 Thread Stefan Müller

Thanks for the fast replies! I really appreciate it.

On 28.02.2011 18:00, Thomas Schmitz wrote:

2. Hans is working on bib issues as we speak, but he has only so much
time, so no ETA.


I'm fine with that. What else could I ask for? ;)


3. For the problem described above, try

\usepublications[criterium=text]


I'm not sure where to put this command and how to adapt other commands. 
But \completepublications[criterium=text] works for me. So that's okay 
with me.



Bib support is an extremely complex area, so be aware that we're still
experimenting and things are moving. Having as many testers as possible
with many different requirements helps a lot finding and identifying
errors.

HTH


It did, thank you.

Stefan


Thomas

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Re: [NTG-context] Comma spacing in math mode

2011-02-27 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi!

On 27.02.2011 20:58, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sun, 27 Feb 2011, S Barmeier wrote:


I don't know if anyone feels the same, but I'm not happy with the
spacing of commas in math mode (pictures attached). For instance,
typesetting H^1(X,F), the comma seems to be closer to the F than to the
X. Equal spacing on both sides or setting the comma closer to the X are
I guess a matter of taste (inserting a \neghairspace after the X
achieves the latter). In any case, I would kind of prefer equal spacing.


\setupmathematics[autopunctuation=no]

@Hans: I would suggest that this should be made the default.


IMO this does only partially help, consider the following example:

\starttext
$(B, Y, R, X)$
\setupmathematics[autopunctuation=no]
$(B, Y, R, X)$
\stoptext

In both lines the spacing after Y is way to big. I don't know if 
that's a bug or just ugly. (version 2011.02.15 16:11)



Also, it seems odd that adding a negative space \neghairspace does not
change the length of the total formula - I had expected the modified one
to be slightly shorter...?


I don't know about this.


On a related issue, the spacing for lists, e.g. (0,0,...,0), is not
satisfactory. LaTeX provides a command \dotsc for dots between commas
(and other commands like \dotsm, \dotsi, \dotsb). I don't know if all of
these are necessary, but \dotsc and its cousins are not defined in
ConTeXt and both using \ldots or just ... give unsatisfactory results.
(It is also curious that the spacing after the first comma and the
spacing after the last comma in (0,0,...,0) is evidently different...)
Personally, I think I favour something approximating (0, 0, ..., 0) and
I find \ldots is spaced too widely, ... too closely, and in any case,
the spacing of the dots doesn't match with the spacing of the commas.

Any second opinions?


Adding the \dots(m|i|b|) etc from amsmath is a good idea. I will look
into that.


+1. I normally use $x, \dots\, ,x$ because then the spacing between 
the periods looks the same as between the commas and the periods, which 
I prefer. I personally appreciate the wider spacing in \dots.


Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] curly bracket different values (entries)

2011-02-16 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

with \startmathcases ... \stopmathcases you get a curly bracket to the 
left of ..., see [1]. If you just want to have multiline equations, 
then \startalign ... \stopalign could be want you need (it's also on 
page [1]). There's also a My Way [2] about mathalign.


HTH,
Stefan


[1] http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Multiline_equations#Cases
[2] http://dl.contextgarden.net/myway/mathalign.pdf

On 15.02.2011 18:13, Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky wrote:

Hi,

Sorry for stealing the tread, but what mathcases do and how it is
different from mathalign?
Sometimes, I need to typeset multiline equations, and have to admit that
this an obscure subject.

Regards,

Vyatcheslav
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Re: [NTG-context] introduction to interaction

2011-02-07 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi Hans,

a good starting point would probably be 
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Interaction


There are some infos about it, at least.

HTH,
STefan

On 07.02.2011 19:26, Hans van der Meer wrote:

Where can I find some introduction/reference for interacion macro's in ConTeXt? 
I rroamed the wiki, but either overlooked or missed the right keywords ;-)

Hans van der Meer

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Re: [NTG-context] \date format according to ISO 8601

2011-02-01 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

I wouldn't like the idea of displaying \date in ISO 8601 format. I'd 
rather prefer the human-readable version. The ISO 8601 is a standard for 
exchange of date and time-related data [1], not for text documents 
made for humans to read.


How to get what you want is explained here [2], I think. HTH.

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601
[2] http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Reference/en/date

Best regards,
Stefan

On 01.02.2011 00:03, Marco wrote:

Hi,

in my opinion it makes sense to display the date in ISO 8601 format.

now:  \date  results in: January 31, 2011
ISO 8601: \date  would result in: 2011–01–31

In case Hans does not like this idea, is it possible to change it to make
ISO 8601 the default. Something like

\setupdate [format={year, –, mm, –, day}]

Regards
Marco

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[NTG-context] Left/right justification and interline-spacing inside natural tables (TABLE)

2011-01-31 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

this is probably pretty easy to solve, but I didn't find anything about 
in on wiki or mailing list about it. I'm using ConTeXt MkIV.


How can I get the text in the following example to be left and right 
justified, i.e. the default alignment behaviour of text outside a TABLE 
(\starttext \input knuth \stoptext)?


\starttext
\bTABLE \bTR[width=10cm]
\bTD \input knuth \eTD
\eTR \eTABLE
\stoptext

In addition: is it possible to increase or decrease the 
interline-spacing of the text inside the TABLE cell? How?


Thanks in advance,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] [***SPAM***] Re: Left/right justification and interline-spacing inside natural tables (TABLE)

2011-01-31 Thread Stefan Müller

Amazing! Thank you very much for that. Your example works.

However, for some reason the following does not work. Only the space 
before the first line and the space between the first line and second 
line are changed (not even to the same dimension). Any ideas?


\starttext
\bTABLE \bTR[width=10cm, align=yes]
	\bTD \setupinterlinespace[10ex] Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur 
adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore 
magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco 
laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor 
in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla 
pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa 
qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. \eTD

\eTR \eTABLE
\stoptext

Kind regards,
Stefan.

On 31.01.2011 15:20, Peter Münster wrote:

Stefan Müllerwarrence@gmx.de  writes:


\starttext
\bTABLE \bTR[width=10cm]
\bTD \input knuth \eTD
\eTR \eTABLE
\stoptext


\starttext
\bTABLE \bTR[width=10cm, align=yes]
\bTD \setupinterlinespace[5ex] \input knuth \eTD
\eTR \eTABLE
\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Left/right justification and interline-spacing inside natural tables (TABLE)

2011-01-31 Thread Stefan Müller

Thank you, that did the magic.
Stefan.

On 31.01.2011 16:05, Peter Münster wrote:

Stefan Müllerwarrence@gmx.de  writes:


However, for some reason the following does not work. Only the space before
the first line and the space between the first line and second line are
changed (not even to the same dimension). Any ideas?

deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. \eTD


deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. \par \eTD

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[NTG-context] Too many column gaps in TABLE

2011-01-31 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

please consider the appended example. I get a gap in the first row after 
the first column because of the \setupTABLE command. However, I also get 
a gap after the second column, because in the second row the first cell 
just ended. Can this be considered a bug? (Mk IV)


If it's not a bug, how can I change this behavior? I only want to have 
one gap right after the first cell in the first row and no other gaps 
between the columns (so the second row shall have no gap at all). Do I 
have to insert a dummy column with width=1em after the first cell and 
change nc=2 to nc=3?


Thanks in advance!
Stefan

\starttext
\setupTABLE[c][1][distance=1em] % Both \setupTABLE commands yield the same
%\setupTABLE[1][1][distance=1em]
\bTABLE
	\bTR \bTD gap after this column \eTD \bTD two \eTD \bTD we don't want a 
gap \eTD \eTR
	\bTR \bTD[nc=2] first cell in second row \eTD \bTD \dots before the 
third column \eTD \eTR

\eTABLE
\stoptext
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Re: [NTG-context] context-setup-mswin.zip : so many doubles files ?

2011-01-26 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

I just downloaded context-setup-mswin.zip from 
http://minimals.contextgarden.net/setup/
It is 3.83MB and contains only one context and one bin folder. Maybe 
this was fixed by now(?)


Kind regards,
Stefan.

On 26.01.2011 14:46, Vnpenguin wrote:

On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 13:40, Mojca Miklavec
mojca.miklavec.li...@gmail.com  wrote:

On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 06:43, Vnpenguinvnpeng...@vnoss.org  wrote:

Hi,
The file context-setup-mswin.zip has 23M size at
http://minimals.contextgarden.net/setup/. Here are files inside of
this ZIP:
===

Could you tell me why these files were doubled many times ?


Hmmm ... that is something that I would like to know as well ... :) :) :)

Most probably there was some extra folder lying around. The code that
generates it is

mv mswin context
rm context-setup-mswin.zip
zip -r context-setup-mswin context
mv context mswin

If folder named context existed at some point in time, it probably
triggered recursive behaviour.

Mojca



For me, that's packaging error. We need only _ONE_ folder bin and
_ONE_ file first-setup.bat to do installation.

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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-24 Thread Stefan Müller

Wikified: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/MetaObj_and_Labels
Please update/change as appropriate.

Best regards,
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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller

On 22.01.2011 17:30, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sat, 22 Jan 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


So its either using text or using metaobj? Too bad, metaobj is quite
fun... I still hope you guys can fix this, but it's not urgent (to me).

Anyway, what does the [+] after \startMPinclusions? I did not find
documentation for that on the wiki.


\startMPinclusions
path a ;
\stopMPinclusions

\startMPinclusions
a := (0,0) -- (1cm,0) ;
\stopMPinclusions

will fail, because the second inclusions overwrites the first. If you
use [+], then the second inclusions in appended after the first.


Thank you for the explanation. So if I only have one inclusions 
section it doesn't matter?



Just as a wild guess I tested the example below today, trying to make
use of the things Aditya said, but to no avail.


The trick is to ensure that the offending code (assignObj) is not run
twice.


Your example works perfect. Many thanks for that as well. I didn't 
realize, that assignObj is causing the trouble, but now it's obvious. 
I'm just curious: the MP-code is only run twice by context if it 
contains labels, right? Otherwise I don't understand why the assignObj 
isn't always failing.



@Hans, can we have a `trialtypesetting` for MP code?

Aditya


Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller

On 23.01.2011 12:40, Stefan Müller wrote:

On 22.01.2011 17:30, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sat, 22 Jan 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


So its either using text or using metaobj? Too bad, metaobj is quite
fun... I still hope you guys can fix this, but it's not urgent (to me).

Anyway, what does the [+] after \startMPinclusions? I did not find
documentation for that on the wiki.


\startMPinclusions
path a ;
\stopMPinclusions

\startMPinclusions
a := (0,0) -- (1cm,0) ;
\stopMPinclusions

will fail, because the second inclusions overwrites the first. If you
use [+], then the second inclusions in appended after the first.


Thank you for the explanation. So if I only have one inclusions
section it doesn't matter?


Just as a wild guess I tested the example below today, trying to make
use of the things Aditya said, but to no avail.


The trick is to ensure that the offending code (assignObj) is not run
twice.


Your example works perfect. Many thanks for that as well. I didn't
realize, that assignObj is causing the trouble, but now it's obvious.
I'm just curious: the MP-code is only run twice by context if it
contains labels, right? Otherwise I don't understand why the assignObj
isn't always failing.


Sorry for double posting... The method with if not flag is a bit 
arkward, because assignObj isn't the only problem. rotateObj(s, 90) 
would rotate the object 180 degrees instead of 90; when defining the 
relation between several objects some equations may became redundant (my 
script is rather complex and I'm not sure why some of the equations 
cause trouble).


Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Forming paragraphs

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

did you already take a look at this?
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Shaped_paragraphs

HTH,
Stefan.

On 23.01.2011 13:38, Procházka Lukáš wrote:

Hello,

I would need to form paragraphs to such a shape:

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

-- \textwidth --|

I.e. paragraphs whose first lines are always \textwidth in width and
whose next lines are always somehow indented.

I achieved the desired shape by the following combination of
\setupnarrower and \setupindenting:

---
\starttext
\setupnarrower[left=2em]
\startnarrower[1*left,0*right]
\setupindenting[yes,-2em]
\input knuth
\stopnarrower
\stoptext
---

But I would like to ask whether this way is clean enough and/or there
is a better way, especially via a kind of \setupsomething command,
e.g. something like:

\setupparagraph[MySpecialParagraph][first=0pt,next=2em]
...
\startparagraph[MySpecialParagraph]
Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopparagraph

% or:

\startMySpecialParagraph
Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopMySpecialParagraph

Kind regards,

Lukas



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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller



On 23.01.2011 18:22, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sun, 23 Jan 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


Sorry for double posting... The method with if not flag is a bit
arkward, because assignObj isn't the only problem. rotateObj(s, 90)
would rotate the object 180 degrees instead of 90; when defining the
relation between several objects some equations may became redundant
(my script is rather complex and I'm not sure why some of the
equations cause trouble).


Depends on the internal implementation of MetaObj (I have not looked at
that). You can try to iteratively add stuff and see what breaks, and
then add if not flag around them.


Okay, that's what I do now. It seems it's savest to just put if not 
flags around the object constructors, object transformations and 
definition of inter-object relations. This does not produce graphical 
output, so it should be save to run it only once.



Sorry, but I do not know a more elegant way around this. In the worst
case, you can switch to MkII to draw your figures :-\

Aditya


Thank you very much!
Stefan.
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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-22 Thread Stefan Müller
So its either using text or using metaobj? Too bad, metaobj is quite 
fun... I still hope you guys can fix this, but it's not urgent (to me).


Just as a wild guess I tested the example below today, trying to make 
use of the things Aditya said, but to no avail. Anyway, what does the 
[+] after \startMPinclusions? I did not find documentation for that on 
the wiki.


Best regards,
Stefan.

\startMPinclusions
input metaobj;
boolean flag; flag := false;
\stopMPinclusions

\starttext
\startMPpage
vardef newSegment@\#=
assignObj(@\#,Segment);
ObjPoint a,b;
ObjCode @\#b-@\#a=(1cm,2cm);
enddef;

def drawSegment(suffix n)=
draw n.a--n.b;
enddef;

newSegment.s;
s.a=origin;
drawObj(s);

if flag: draw btex A etex; fi;

flag := true;
\stopMPpage
\stoptext

On 22.01.2011 02:38, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sat, 22 Jan 2011, Hans Hagen wrote:


On 20-1-2011 9:59, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

On 01/18/2011 01:17 PM, Stefan Müller wrote:

Hi list,

I'm having some trouble with MetaPost in general and MetaObj in
particular.


The core problem is that context mkiv loads the metapost code twice
when you are typesetting labels, and that causes trouble for metaobj
which does not expect that. Sorry, I do not know of any solution.
Maybe Hans does?


not immediately


A suggestion: Currently, ConTeXt does not clear the state of mplib at
the end of each graphic. For example

\starttext
\startMPcode
path p;
p := fullcircle scaled 4cm ;
\stopMPcode

\startMPcode
draw p ;
\stopMPcode
\stoptext

draws a circle. I am not convinced that this is useful. Resetting the
state of
mplib after each graphic might be better. Then, after the first run, you
could
just set the value of mptopdf.texts[..], reset the state of mplib, and
then draw
the graphic in the second run.

This approach will have less surprises. For example, in simpleslides
module, we
provide a mechanism for highlighting a part of a picture using arrows.
These
arrows are thick (typically 5bp). In order to scale the arrows
correctly, we
set:

autoarrows := true ;

However, in the current implementation, this effect is global. It took a
while
to realize that this messed up all the figures with arrows that I was
drawing in
a presentation (where autoarrows := false) is better.

Not resetting the mplib state also has advantages. For example, it
allows an
easy way to do something on the second path (trivial example, but there are
cases when something like this makes the code much shorter):

\startMPinclusions[+]
newboolean flag ;
flag := false ;
\stopMPinclusions

\starttext
\startMPpage
if flag :
fill boundary withcolor 0.5[blue,white] ;
else :
path boundary ;
fi ;

path A, B;

A := fullsquare scaled 3cm ;
B := fullsquare scaled 3cm shifted (5cm,0) ;

fill A withcolor white ;
fill B withcolor white ;

draw A ; draw btex A etex ;
draw B ; draw btex B etex shifted (5cm,0) ;

boundary := (boundingbox currentpicture) enlarged 3mm ;

flag := true ;

\stopMPpage
\stoptext

So, perhaps, we can have a `reset` key to \defineMPinstance, and let the
user
choose whether to reset after each graphic or not. If `reset=yes` is
chosen,
then such errors would not occur.

Aditya



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Re: [NTG-context] escape in verbatim text eats line breaks

2011-01-21 Thread Stefan Müller
Because of the new beta I tried it again with a current Mk IV version 
(2011.01.18 19:34).


The examples I provided (from the wiki, now abbreviated, with numbering) 
have correct line breaks but the second line does not get a number.


\setuptyping[TEX][escape=yes, numbering=line]
\startTEX
/BTEX\em sometex/ETEX
/BTEX\em sometex/ETEX \after
\stopTEX
\setuptyping[TEX][escape={[[,]]}]
\startTEX
[[\em sometex]]
[[\em sometex]] \after
\stopTEX

The example from Peter Münster works worse: now there is one line break 
more instead of one less. In addition the escaped line does not get a 
number as above. It works if the line starts with (non-escaped) text, 
space or tab.


\definetyping[Test][escape={/,/}, numbering=line]
\starttext
Two line breaks between the first two blas \\
The second bla does not get a number
\startTest
bla
/bla/
bla
\stopTest
\stoptext

In the examples above there's a difference when using start/stopTEX with 
setuptyping[TEX] and when using start/stopTest with definetyping[Test]. 
I don't know why.


Thank you so far, Hans. Best regards,
Stefan.
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Re: [NTG-context] \qedhere equivalent in ConTeXt

2011-01-21 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

I tried something similar to (Mk IV version 2011.11.18 19:34):

Am 06.08.10 15:46, schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:

\setupdescriptions
[proof]
[width=broad,
distance=0.5em,
location=serried,
headstyle=it,
indentnext=yes,
indenting=yes,
closesymbol=\mathematics{\square},
closecommand=\ifmmode\eqno\else\wordright\fi]

Wolfgang


I hope I can get help on an issue I have with this. Please consider the 
minimal example:


\starttext
\definedescription[proof][text=Proof., width=fit, location=serried, 
indenting=yes, closesymbol=\mathematics{\square}, 
closecommand=\ifmmode\eqno\else\wordright\fi]


\startproof
\input knuth
\stopproof
\startproof
	conclusion conclusion conclusion conclusion conclusion conclusion 
conclusion.

\stopproof
\stoptext

I don't know how to achieve this, but I would like to have the squares 
at the end of both proofs one line higher than they are now and placed 
right, as in (consider the extra space, which avoids the hyphenation):


\startproof
	conclusion conclusion conclusion conclusion conclusion conclusion 
conclu sion.

\stopproof

Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance,
Stefan
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[NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-18 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

I'm having some trouble with MetaPost in general and MetaObj in 
particular. I hope someone on this list can assist me here. I'm trying 
to run the appended ConTeXt file with a quite simple object Segment 
(from the manual [1], section 2.1). This script works fine as it is. I 
wanted to add a simple TeX label (\tt \overbar{E}) to the drawing 
macro, but failed.


When including the line marked with % 1 the TeX run fails. I don't 
understand why.


The line with % 2 is taken frome the metaobj manual (section 5.8) [1], 
but including this doesn't work either.


It would be great if someone could tell me what's wrong with the mp-code 
below and explain how to place a (TeX) label inside a metaobj object.


Thanks in advance,
Stefan.


[1] http://tex.loria.fr/prod-graph/momanual.pdf

PS: Both variants fail with mp error messages like this:

mplibmp terminal: ! Inconsistent equation (off by 1).
to be read again
   ;
assignObj-(SUFFIX0)=incr(nObj_);

iname_[(SUFFIX0)]=str(SUFFIX0);addclass_((S...

newSegment-...roup.assignObj((SUFFIX2),Segment)

;ObjPoint.a,b;ObjCode@##b...
to be read again
   ;
* ...ar {E}) shifted n.a; enddef; newSegment.s;
   s.a=origin; 
drawObj(s); ;

! Redundant equation.
to be read again
   ;
assignObj-...bj_);iname_[(SUFFIX0)]=str(SUFFIX0);

addclass_((SUFFIX0),(EXPR1...

newSegment-...roup.assignObj((SUFFIX2),Segment)

;ObjPoint.a,b;ObjCode@##b...


===
\startMPinclusions
input metaobj;
\stopMPinclusions

\startMPpage
vardef newSegment@#=
assignObj(@#,Segment);
ObjPoint a,b;
ObjCode @#b-@#a=(1cm,2cm);
enddef;

def drawSegment(suffix n)=
draw n.a--n.b;
%   draw btex \tt \overbar{E} etex shifted n.a; % 1
enddef;

newSegment.s;
%   ObjLabel.s(btex hello! etex) labpoint(a); % 2
s.a=origin;
drawObj(s);
\stopMPpage
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[NTG-context] escape in verbatim text eats line breaks

2011-01-10 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi list,

there seems to be something wrong with the escape mechanism in 
verbatim. Line breaks before escaped code are ignored. Consider the 
following example from the wiki [1] (e.g. the second line is printed 
right behind the first with no line break):


\starttext

\setuptyping[TEX][escape=yes]

\startTEX
/BTEX\em sometex/ETEX
/BTEX\em sometex/ETEX \after
\before /BTEX\em sometex/ETEX
\before /BTEX\em sometex/ETEX \after
\before /BTEX\em sometex/ETEX \inbetween /BTEX\em sometex/ETEX \after
\before \after
\stopTEX

\setuptyping[TEX][escape={[[,]]}]

\startTEX
[[\em sometex]]
[[\em sometex]] \after
\before [[\em sometex]]
\before [[\em sometex]] \after
\before [[\em sometex]] \inbetween [[\em sometex]] \after
\before \after
\stopTEX

\setuptyping[TEX][escape=//]

\startTEX
//\em sometex
\before //\em sometex
\stopTEX

\stoptext

Is this a bug or am I missing something here?

Also \setuptyping[TEX][escape=//] seems to have no effect at all, // 
is printed just like normal chars.


Best regards,
Stefan Müller.


[1] http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Verbatim#Embedded_formatting_commands
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Re: [NTG-context] escape in verbatim text eats line breaks

2011-01-10 Thread Stefan Müller



On 10.01.2011 15:38, Hans Hagen wrote:

Is this a bug or am I missing something here?


I get newlines here.


I'm using minimals: ConTeXt version 2011.01.06 17:08

Just to clarify: My first line in the PDF result is
sometexsometex \after


Also \setuptyping[TEX][escape=//] seems to have no effect at all, //
is printed just like normal chars.


Actually in mkii it's

\setuptyping[TEX][escape=/]

\startTEX
/em sometex
\before /em sometex
\stopTEX


Does that mean the example on the wiki page is not correct?


and indeed in mkiv it does not work. I will provide a bit of backward
compatibility but keep in mind that in mkiv the \em change will cross
lines, so in this case the first sometex as well as \before will be
slanted.


Thanks and best regards,
Stefan
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Re: [NTG-context] Referencing line numbers inside a typing

2010-10-27 Thread Stefan Müller
Am Dienstag 26 Oktober 2010, 21:12:01 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:
 Am 26.10.2010 um 20:47 schrieb Stefan Müller:
  One more question before wikifying: Is there a way to prevent the prefix
  line? I want to say something like In lines 3 to 13.
 
 The texts „line“ and „lines“ are set with \setuplabeltext but you can see
 alternative texts with \inline{...}[ref].
 
 \setuptyping[numbering=line,escape=yes]
 
 \starttext
 
 See \inline[line:single] and also \inline[line:range].
 
 See \inline{typeline}[line:single] and also \inline{typelines}[line:range].
 
 See line~\inlinerange[line:single] and also lines~\inlinerange[line:range].
 
 \starttyping
 line 1
 line 2/BTEX\startline[line:range]/ETEX
 line 3/BTEX\someline[line:single]/ETEX
 line 4
 line 5/BTEX\stopline[line:range]/ETEX
 line 6
 \stoptyping
 
 \stoptext
 
 Wolfgang

Thanks Wolgang, this looks pretty nice. Unfortunately I get the following 
error when running your example (ConTeXt  ver: 2010.10.22 16:46 MKIV  fmt: 
2010.10.27  int: english/english):

references  : unknown reference [][lr:b:line:single]
references  : unknown reference [][lr:b:line:range]

Any ideas?

Stefan
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