Re: [NTG-context] Getting the filename which is being typeset

2020-12-01 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Otared,

try \jobname.

Best wishes,

Tomáš 


Tue, Dec 01, 2020 ve 02:45:18PM +0100 Otared Kavian napsal(a):
# Hi everyone,
# 
# I have to typeset a few files which get each an input file named in a certain 
way. For instance, a file named « myfile.tex » in which another file named « 
myfile-buffer.tex » is used as an \input file, as in
# 
# % content of myfile.tex
# %
# \starttext
# This is a test.
# 
# \input myfile-buffer.tex
# \stoptext
# %
# 
#  When typesetting « myfile.tex » I wonder whether it is possible to get the 
name of the file without its suffix, that is to get « myfile », with a command 
such as
# \getNameOfCurrentFile
# and then be able to replace the above snippet by:
# 
# % desired content of myfile.tex
#  %
# \starttext
# This is a test.
# 
# \input \getNameOfCurrentFile-buffer.tex
# \stoptext
# %
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] MacOS+TeXlive: installation problems

2020-11-18 Thread Tomas Hala
Dear Fabrice, 

helpful links, thank you very much.

Best wishes, 

Tomáš 


Tue, Nov 17, 2020 ve 03:42:35PM -0500 Fabrice L napsal(a):
#Hi,
# 
#The solution is rather simple, check here:
#[3]https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202491
#or
#[4]https://support.apple.com/en-ca/guide/mac-help/mh40616/macAfter
# 
# 
#  Le 17 nov. 2020 à 15:23, Tomas Hala <[1]tomas.h...@mendelu.cz> a écrit :
#  Hi all,
# 
#  one student of mine asked me for a help with installation TeXlive
#  (from [2]http://www.tug.org/mactex/mactex-download.html)
#  on her MacBook Air 16 with macOS Catalina.
# 
#  Despite the fact that the site states
#  "All install packages are developer-signed and notarized by Apple.",
#  she got:
#  "Cannot be opened because its from unidentified developer, MacOS cannot
#  verify that this app is free from malware."
# 
#  What could it be?
#  I have got no experience with MacOS, so I would like to ask for some
#  hints how we can fix it.
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[NTG-context] MacOS+TeXlive: installation problems

2020-11-17 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

one student of mine asked me for a help with installation TeXlive 
(from http://www.tug.org/mactex/mactex-download.html) 
on her MacBook Air 16 with macOS Catalina.

Despite the fact that the site states 
"All install packages are developer-signed and notarized by Apple.",
she got:
"Cannot be opened because its from unidentified developer, MacOS cannot verify 
that this app is free from malware."

What could it be? 
I have got no experience with MacOS, so I would like to ask for some hints how 
we can fix it.

Thanks in advance.

Best wishes,

Tomáš
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Re: [NTG-context] \blank[] doesn't work when nothing precedes it

2020-11-05 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Sylvain,

on my computer (TL2020) I am not able to compile \blank with any command
defining the dimension (2\paperheight, 0.25\paperheight, .25\paperheight).
I do not know why...

But if I use another dimension, eg. 5*big or 20cc, it works with 
\dontleavehmode:

\starttext 
\dontleavehmode
\blank[5*big] 
%\blank[20cc]
foo 
\stoptext

Maybe it will help you.

The best,

Tomáš


Thu, Nov 05, 2020 ve 01:26:02PM +0100 Sylvain Hubert napsal(a):
#Dear List,
#I'm trying to put the document title at around .25\paperheight by
#inserting a \blank:
#    \setuplayout[topspace=0cm, header=0cm, height=\paperheight]
#    \starttext \blank[.25\paperheight] foo \stoptext
#But the "foo" still appears at the very top.
#Does anyone know why it behaves like that, or whether there is a more
#authentic way to put the first word at .25\paperwidth than inserting a
#tiny invisible space before the \blank?
#Thanks!
#Best,
#Sylvain

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[NTG-context] French spacing in ConTeXt

2020-11-04 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all, 

the following code works for the default roman family but not for tt-family.

\setuplayout[width=30cc,height=70cc,topspace=0cc]
\def\sample{\input knuth \par\thinrule\par}
\starttext
\setuplanguage[en][spacing=packed] \mainlanguage[en] \sample
\setuplanguage[en][spacing=broad]  \mainlanguage[en] \sample
\tt
\setuplanguage[en][spacing=packed] \mainlanguage[en] \sample
\setuplanguage[en][spacing=broad]  \mainlanguage[en] \sample
\stoptext

As far as I know, the broad spacing (=non-frenchspacing) should work 
also for typewriter. How could I enable it? 

Best wishes,

Tomáš

P. S.
LaTeX code (only for comparison) works for both:

\documentclass{article}
\begin{document}
\frenchspacing\input knuth
\nonfrenchspacing \input knuth
\tt
\frenchspacing\input knuth
\nonfrenchspacing \input knuth
\end{document}

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Re: [NTG-context] Hyphenation patterns

2020-10-08 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi,

you can find patterns on this directory:

texlive/2020/texmf-dist/tex/context/patterns/mkiv/

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

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# Hi,
# 
# where can I find the hyphenation patterns used by ConTeXt? I have
# two wrongly hyphenated words, and I want to check whether this is
# due to incorrect patterns. (I tried the source browser... not much
# luck so far.) The words are:
# 1. applicable => hyphenated as applic-able
# 2. obligated => hyphenated as oblig-ated
# 
# I know I can use \hyphenation to correct that, but I wanted to check
# the patterns nevertheless.
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] Sections in content: macros v text

2020-10-07 Thread Tomas Hala
Thank you, Wolfgang, that's it!

Tomáš

Wed, Oct 07, 2020 ve 05:12:42PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 05.10.2020 um 20:20:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >the content generated by the MWE below contains
# >1 bb ... 1
# >2 bb ... 1
# >instead of
# >1 aa ... 1
# >2 bb ... 1
# >because the content structure refers to the macro name \name in both 
sections instead of to work with the text.
# >
# >Maybe it was already discussed by I am not able to find any solution how to 
send the text "aa" to the content in this case.
# >
# >Thanks in advance for any hint.
# >
# >Best wishes,
# >
# >Tomáš
# >
# >MWE (TL2020):
# >\starttext
# >\define\name{aa} \startsection[title=\name,list=\name] \stopsection
# >\define\name{bb} \startsection[title=\name,list=\name] \stopsection
# >\completecontent
# >\stoptext
# 
# Variant 1:
# 
# \setuphead[section][expansion=yes]
# 
# \starttext
# 
# \defineexpandable\name{aa}
# 
# \startsection[title=\name,list=\name] \stopsection
# 
# \defineexpandable\name{bb}
# 
# \startsection[title=\name,list=\name] \stopsection
# 
# \completecontent
# 
# \stoptext
# 
# 
# Variant 2:
# 
# \starttext
# 
# \defineexpandable\name{aa}
# 
# \expanded{\startsection[title=\name,list=\name]} \stopsection
# 
# \defineexpandable\name{bb}
# 
# \expanded{\startsection[title=\name,list=\name]} \stopsection
# 
# \completecontent
# 
# \stoptext
# 
# 
# Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] xml bookmarks + chapter no. in header

2020-10-07 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi,

I tried 
\setuphead[section][expansion=yes]
with no effect before I wrote my question to the list here.

With the \setuphead, the .tuc file still contains macro names instead of the 
text:
 ["title"]="\\expanded \\name ",
whereas without it only:
 ["title"]=" \\name ",

So is there any way how to solve it?

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

Wed, Oct 07, 2020 ve 04:36:48PM +0200 Jano Kula napsal(a):
#On Wed, 7 Oct 2020 at 15:04, Pablo Rodriguez <[1]oi...@gmx.es> wrote:
# 
#  On 10/7/20 1:28 PM, Jano Kula wrote:
#  > Hello to everybody!
#  >
#  > I have a similar problem as Tomas two days ago. When inserting
#  bookmarks
#  > from XML the reference to the node is stored in TUC file
#  >
#  >   ["titledata"]={
#  >    ["label"]="section",
#  >    ["title"]="\\xmlatt {xml:name::4}{title}"
#  >
#  > and this reference ends up in bookmarks. Any advice on how to change
#  it
#  > to text in bookmarks?
# 
#  Hi Jano,
# 
#  I think I had a similar problem.
# 
#  You may try:
# 
#    \setuphead
#      [section]
#      [expansion=yes]
# 
#  As I reported before "expansion=xml" was problematic for me (but it may
#  work for you, if "expansion=yes" doesn’t).
# 
#  Just in case it helps,
# 
#  Pablo
#  [2]http://www.ousia.tk
# 
#Hi Pablo,
#That's likely the problem of Tomas, too: when and how to do the expansion
#(his use case is different). Thank you, problem solved and [3]wikified.
#Jano
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Re: [NTG-context] chapter no. in header

2020-10-07 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Hraban,

\setupheadertexts
  [{\getmarking[sectionnumber]\getmarking[section]}]
  [{\pagenumber}]
  [{\pagenumber}]
  [{\getmarking[chapternumber]\getmarking[chapter]}]

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

Wed, Oct 07, 2020 ve 01:45:46PM +0200 Henning Hraban Ramm napsal(a):
# This should be simple, but I can’t find it:
# I need not only the chapter title, but also the chapter number in my 
headertext.
# 
# ATM I have (minus formatting):
# 
# \setupheadertexts
#   [{\getmarking[section]}]
#   [{\pagenumber}]
#   [{\pagenumber}]
#   [{\getmarking[chapter]}]
# 
# 
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[NTG-context] Sections in content: macros v text

2020-10-05 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

the content generated by the MWE below contains 
1 bb ... 1
2 bb ... 1
instead of
1 aa ... 1
2 bb ... 1
because the content structure refers to the macro name \name in both sections 
instead of to work with the text.

Maybe it was already discussed by I am not able to find any solution how to 
send the text "aa" to the content in this case.

Thanks in advance for any hint.

Best wishes, 

Tomáš 

MWE (TL2020):
\starttext
\define\name{aa} \startsection[title=\name,list=\name] \stopsection
\define\name{bb} \startsection[title=\name,list=\name] \stopsection
\completecontent
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] How to shift unnumbered ToC entry?

2020-09-23 Thread Tomas Hala
Hello Lukas,

you can try this:

\setuphead[subsubsection][number=no]
\setuplist[subsubsection][distance=20mm,width=20mm,textcommand=\mycmd]

\def\mycmd#1{\hskip20mm#1}

\starttext
  \placecontent
  \page
  \section{S}
\subsection{Ss}
  \subsubsection{Sss}
\stoptext

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

Wed, Sep 23, 2020 ve 10:33:45AM +0200 Lukas/ConTeXt napsal(a):
# Hello,
# 
# how do I shift unnumbered ToC entry (here: \subsubsection)? My attempt:
# 
# 
# \setuphead[subsubsection][number=no]
# \setuplist[subsubsection][distance=20mm,width=20mm]
# 
# \starttext
#   \placecontent
#   \page
#   \section{S}
# \subsection{Ss}
#   \subsubsection{Sss}
# \stoptext
# 
# 
# I'm getting:
# 
# "
# 1. S
# 1.1  Ss
# Sss
# "
# 
# but I'd rather see:
# 
# "
# 1. S
# 1.1  Ss
# Sss
# "
# 
# How to achieve this?
# 
# Best regards,
# 
# Lukas

# \setuphead[subsubsection][number=no]
# \setuplist[subsubsection][distance=20mm,width=20mm]
# 
# \starttext
#   \placecontent
#   \page
#   \section{S}
# \subsection{Ss}
#   \subsubsection{Sss}
# \stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] spacing before items

2020-06-16 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Mike,

\setupitemgroup[youritems][1][inbetween={\blank[5*big]}]
could help you.

Best wishes,

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# 
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# 
# 
# 
#I want more space before each top-level item.  MWE:
# 
# 
# 
#\defineitemgroup[mdshw][levels=2]
# 
# \setupitemgroup[mdshw][1][n]
# 
# \setupitemgroup[mdshw][2][a, packed, 1*broad][left=(, right=),
#stopper=]
# 
# 
# 
# 
# 
#\starttext
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] use parentheses in itemize

2020-06-02 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Mike,

use this:

\setupitemize[left=(,stopper=)]
\startitemize[a]
\item  415,668 lb
\item  415,668 lb
\stopitemize

Best wishes,

Tomáš

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# 
# 
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# 
# 
# 
#Anyway, I want to have a list like this:
# 
# 
# 
#(a)  415,668 lb
# 
#(b)  440,668 lb
# 
#(c)  517,000 lb
# 
#(d)  542,000 lb
# 
# 
# 
#How do I get these parentheses with my itemization symbol?
# 
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] Writing the caption above figures in combinations

2020-06-01 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Otared,

the question is how complicated structures you are going to have... 
Try the following code, I guess it works.
(I did not solve distances between objects.)

Tomáš 

%%%

\setuppapersize[A2][A2]
\setupcombination[offset=0cc,location=top,distance=1cc]

\starttext

\startplacefigure
{\startplacefigure[location=none]
  \startcombination[2*1]%
{\startcombination[1*2]%
  {\framed[width=6cm]{a}}{\externalfigure[image-1.pdf][width=6cm]}{}{} 
%{a}
\stopcombination%
% OR
%   {\startcombination[1*2]%
% {\framed[width=6cm]{a}}{}{\externalfigure[image-1.pdf][width=6cm]}{} 
%{a}
%   \stopcombination%
}{}%
{\startcombination[1*2]%
  
{\framed[width=10cm]{b}}{}{\externalfigure[image-2.pdf][width=10cm]}{} %{b}
  
{\framed[width=10cm]{c}}{}{\externalfigure[-image-3.pdf][width=10cm]}{} %{c}  
\stopcombination%
}{}%
  \stopcombination
\stopplacefigure}
{\startplacefigure[location=none]
\startcombination[1*2]%
  
{\framed[width=20cm]{d}}{}{\externalfigure[image-4.pdf][width=20cm]}{}%{d}
  {}%
  {\startcombination[2*1]

{\framed[width=10cm]{e}}{\externalfigure[image-5.pdf][width=10cm]} %{e}

{\framed[width=10cm]{f}}{\externalfigure[-image-6.pdf][width=10cm]} %{f}
  \stopcombination}
  {}%
   \stopcombination
\stopplacefigure}
\stopplacefigure

\stoptext

%%


Mon, Jun 01, 2020 ve 04:58:52PM +0200 Otared Kavian napsal(a):
# Hi Tomás,
# 
# Thank you for your help. That works for the simple combination I sent to the 
list, but it does not work for another case in my document where I have several 
combinations, as in the following:
# 
# \startplacefigure[location=none]
#   \startcombination[1*2]
#   {\startcombination[2*1]
#   
{\framed[width=6cm]{a}}{\externalfigure[image-1.pdf][width=6cm]} %{a} 
#   {\startcombination[1*2]
#   
{\framed[width=10cm]{b}}{\externalfigure[image-2.pdf][width=10cm]} %{b}
#   
{\framed[width=10cm]{c}}{\externalfigure[-image-3.pdf][width=10cm]} %{c}
#   \stopcombination}{}
#   \stopcombination}{}
#   {\startcombination[1*2]
#   
{\framed[width=20cm]{d}}{\externalfigure[image-4.pdf][width=20cm]} %{d}
#   {\startcombination[2*1]
#   
{\framed[width=7cm]{e}}{\externalfigure[image-5.pdf][width=7cm]} %{e}
#   
{\framed[width=8cm]{f}}{\externalfigure[image-6.pdf][width=8cm]} %{f}
#   \stopcombination}{}
#   \stopcombination}{}
#   \stopcombination
# \stopplacefigure
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Re: [NTG-context] Writing the caption above figures in combinations

2020-06-01 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Otared,

maybe there is a better, more system solution, but the following works:

\setupcaptions[figure][location=bottom]
\startplacefigure[title={A combination of three figures}] % this title appears 
below the figure
  \startcombination[3*1]
{\framed[width=4cm]{a}}{\externalfigure[image-1.pdf][width=4cm]} % a 
appears above image-1
{\framed[width=4cm]{b}}{\externalfigure[image-2.pdf][width=4cm]} % b 
appears above image-2
{\framed[width=4cm]{c}}{\externalfigure[image-3.pdf][width=4cm]} % c 
appears above image-3
  \stopcombination}{}
\stopplacefigure

Best wishes,

Tomáš

Mon, Jun 01, 2020 ve 02:30:49PM +0200 Otared Kavian napsal(a):
# Hi all,
# 
# Is it possible to write the individual captions for each element of a 
combination of floats above it, while the caption for the figure appears below?
# 
# \startplacefigure[title={A combination of three figures}] % this title 
appears below the figure
#   \startcombination[3*1]
#   {\externalfigure[image-1.pdf][width=4cm]}{a} % a appears above 
image-1
#   {\externalfigure[image-2.pdf][width=4cm]}{b} % b appears above 
image-2
#   {\externalfigure[image-3.pdf][width=4cm]}{c} % c appears above 
image-3
#   \stopcombination}{}
# \stopplacefigure
# 
# I tried to define a new float, say myfigure, which has captions below and 
then I tried 
# 
# \setupcaptions[location=top] 
# 
# and 
# 
# \setupcombinations[location=top]
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[NTG-context] \type -- extra space in TABLE

2020-04-11 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

in the following code

\starttext
\type{6\az12}% \az = \anycommand

\bTABLE
  \bTR\bTD\type{6\az12}\eTD\eTR
\eTABLE
\stoptext

there is a different behaviour of \type: while its parametr 
in normal text is printed out as is (expected), in the TABLE
the extra space is displayed after the command.

Is it ok? 
How could I suppress the extra space?

Best wishes 

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Re: [NTG-context] Float positioning

2020-04-06 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Alexey,

# Yes, I tried leftpage/rightpage: this removes the blank page, but may
# cause images to be reordered (so that e. g. 3 goes before 2), which is
# completely unacceptable IMO.

Yes, you are right. 
But -- I do not know why -- your code you attached gives on my computer (TL2019)
the 1-3-2 order, too.
 
# Also, this doesn't help with the text flow at the page where the first
# image is positioned (still no text below the image).

Is it one or two problems? I do know how to solve by some system way...

You can try the work around below, it is based on computation of additional 
measures for special instance of figure.

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

%%
\showframe
\setupexternalfigures[location={local,default}]

\definefloat[figpage][figure]

\newdimen\myxx
\newdimen\myht 
\newcount\mysp

\def\myfig#1#2#3{%
  \myht=\makeupheight
  \setbox0=\hbox{{\externalfigure[#2][#3]}}
  \advance\myht by -\wd0 
  \myht=.5\myht
  \myxx=\myht
  \divide\myxx by \lineheight
  \mysp=\myxx 
  \advance\mysp by 1

  \setupfloat[figpage][toffset=\myht]
  \setupcaption[figpage][spaceafter=\the\mysp*big]
  \startplacefigpage[location={here},title=#1]
{\externalfigure[#2][#3]}
  \stopplacefigpage
}

\starttext

\dorecurse{3}{\input{knuth}}
  \startplacefigure[location={here},title=cow]
{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
  \stopplacefigure
\dorecurse{1}{{\blue\input{knuth}}}
\myfig{cow again}{cow}{width=150mm}
\myfig{one more cow}{cow}{width=100mm}
\myfig{one more cow}{cow}{width=50mm}
\myfig{one more cow}{cow}{width=150mm}

\dorecurse{10}{{\green\input{knuth}}}

\stoptext
%%



# 
# -- 
# Regards,
# Alexey Kryukov 
# 
# Moscow State University
# Faculty of History
# 
# On Mon, 6 Apr 2020 13:58:57 +0200
# Tomas Hala wrote:
# 
# > Hi Alexey,
# > 
# > I do not how free are you in decision where figures should be located
# > but I tried with "leftpage" and "rightpage" instead of "page" and
# > it seems to be ok.
# > 
# > \placefigure[rightpage]{one more cow}{\externalfigure[cow]
# > [width=150mm]} \placefigure[leftpage]{cow again}{\externalfigure[cow]
# > [width=150mm]}
# > 
# > Best wishes,
# > 
# > Tomáš
# > 
# > 
# > Mon, Apr 06, 2020 ve 02:15:50PM +0300 Alexey Kryukov napsal(a):
# > # Hi all,
# > # 
# > # Suppose I have the following document:
# > # 
# > # \setupexternalfigures[location={local,default}]
# > # \starttext
# > # 
# > # \dorecurse{3}{\input{knuth}}
# > # \placefigure[top]{cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
# > # \input{knuth}
# > # \placefigure[page]{one more cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
# > # \placefigure[page]{cow again}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
# > # \dorecurse{10}{\input{knuth}}
# > # \stoptext
# > # 
# > # Here I would expect the text flow to continue below the first image,
# > # and then two more images to be positioned on separate pages.
# > # Instead I get no text at all at the page with the Figure 1 and one
# > # more blank page after it. Only after the last image the text flow
# > # continues.
# > # 
# > # Since similar situations are very common for documents which contain
# > # several large illustrations, I would like to know if there are any
# > # workarounds for the problem.
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Re: [NTG-context] Float positioning

2020-04-06 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Alexey,

I do not how free are you in decision where figures should be located
but I tried with "leftpage" and "rightpage" instead of "page" and
it seems to be ok.

\placefigure[rightpage]{one more cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
\placefigure[leftpage]{cow again}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}

Best wishes,

Tomáš


Mon, Apr 06, 2020 ve 02:15:50PM +0300 Alexey Kryukov napsal(a):
# Hi all,
# 
# Suppose I have the following document:
# 
# \setupexternalfigures[location={local,default}]
# \starttext
# 
# \dorecurse{3}{\input{knuth}}
# \placefigure[top]{cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
# \input{knuth}
# \placefigure[page]{one more cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
# \placefigure[page]{cow again}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
# \dorecurse{10}{\input{knuth}}
# \stoptext
# 
# Here I would expect the text flow to continue below the first image,
# and then two more images to be positioned on separate pages. Instead I
# get no text at all at the page with the Figure 1 and one more
# blank page after it. Only after the last image the text flow continues.
# 
# Since similar situations are very common for documents which contain
# several large illustrations, I would like to know if there are any
# workarounds for the problem.
# 
# -- 
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# Alexey Kryukov 
# 
# Moscow State University
# Faculty of History
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Re: [NTG-context] Different behaviour of textcommand (setupcaption+startplacefigure)

2020-03-29 Thread Tomas Hala
Sun, Mar 29, 2020 ve 08:24:53PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 29.03.2020 um 19:55:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >I noticed the difference in behaviour of textcommand which depends
# >on the location: for top, bottom and page the \crlf (see MWE) is applied
# >while for the left and right not even if other values (\red, any-text)
# >are used as expecterd.
# >
# >How could I activate the textcommand=\crlf for location=right?
# >(The line break appears only the width of the figure becomes too small.)
# >
# >Tested with TL2019 and with version from Mar 6, 2020.
#
# 1. The cow figure is a PDF file.

Typo during cleaning the MWE, sorry.

# 2. Use the "spaceinbetween" key to add a break after the label + counter.

Unfortunately, spaceinbetween does not work with "right", too, I tried it 
before.

# 3. Captions use "width=fit" as default setting which produces a
# horizontal box for your side float which ignores the \crlf command,
# when you change the setting to "width=max" in combination with
# "align=middle" the title start on a new line.

Thank you for the explanation, now it is clear.
And for the piece of code, too.

Best wishes,

Tomáš

#
# \setupexternalfigures
#   [location=default]
#
# \setupcaption
#   [figure]
#   [spaceinbetween=none,
# width=max,
# align=middle]
#
# \starttext
#
# \startplacefigure[location=top,title=Cow]
#   \externalfigure[cow][height=4cm]
# \stopplacefigure
# \samplefile{knuth}
#
# \startplacefigure[location=right,title=Cow]
#   \externalfigure[cow][height=4cm]
# \stopplacefigure
# \samplefile{knuth}
#
# \stoptext
#
# Wolfgang

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[NTG-context] Different behaviour of textcommand (setupcaption+startplacefigure)

2020-03-29 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all, 

I noticed the difference in behaviour of textcommand which depends
on the location: for top, bottom and page the \crlf (see MWE) is applied
while for the left and right not even if other values (\red, any-text)
are used as expecterd.

How could I activate the textcommand=\crlf for location=right?
(The line break appears only the width of the figure becomes too small.)

Tested with TL2019 and with version from Mar 6, 2020.

Best wishes,

Tomáš


%% MWE:

\starttext

\setupcaption[figure][textcommand=\crlf]
\startplacefigure[location=top,title=Cow]
  \externalfigure[cow.jpg][height=4cm]
\stopplacefigure
\input knuth

\setupcaption[figure][textcommand=\crlf]
\startplacefigure[location=right,title=Cow]
  \externalfigure[cow.jpg][height=4cm]
\stopplacefigure
\input knuth

\stoptext
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Re: [NTG-context] \setupinteraction v commas

2020-03-28 Thread Tomas Hala
Sat, Mar 28, 2020 ve 01:20:26PM +0100 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# On 3/27/2020 6:06 PM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
# >On 3/26/20 6:54 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# >>[...]
# >>I would like to have commas in metadata attribute keywords
# >>because space is confusing -- one cannot distinguish
# >>a space as a separator from a space as a part of a keyword.
# >
# >Hi Tomáš,
# >
# >a workaround is contained in the following sample
# >
# > \def\comma{‚}
# > \enabledirectives
# > [interaction.identity.preroll]
# >
# > \setupinteraction
# >   [title={a, b, c},
# >subtitle={a, b, c},
# >author={a, b, c},
# >keyword={a\comma\ b\comma\ c},
# > ]
# >
# > \starttext
# > \null
# > \stoptext
# >
# >BTW, I’m faking the character with an opening single comma (such as the
# >one used in German [and probably other languages ]).
# >
# >I don’t know how to insert the actual comma there, since it gets
# >replaced when using the command.
# >
# >Just in case it might help,
# It's no big deal to support
# 
#   keyword={{a, b, c}},
# 
# which then gives:
# 
#   a, b, c
# 
# but then you end up with
# 
#   keyword={{a, b, c},{d, e, d}},
# 
# becoming
# 
#   a, b, c d, e, f
# 
# i wonder what, after encountering this, the next request will be ...
# 
# anyway, I suppose you will check what different viewers make of that
# when they display/handle keywords and wikify it
# 
# Hans

I am afraid that there is nothing to be wikified... I opened it 
(Mint 19.3/64b) in qpdfview and evince, print out by pdfinfo and mutool 
and in all cases there is "a b c" or "a, b, c" (, = single left quote) 
as was written. (My acroread is just broken and in xpdf and mupdf 
I guess there is no service to display it.)

What is the reason that keyword attribute does not accept commas whereas
others (title, author...) do?

#   keyword={{a, b, c}},

As far as I know, key words (in papers, books etc.) are used only as a comma
separated list of terms without further structuring so I cannot imagine 
who and why would need braces in normal cases. 

Tomáš
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Re: [NTG-context] \setupinteraction v commas

2020-03-28 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Pablo,

the data for attribute keywords is preprocessed also for other reasons, 
so there is no problem for me to add one gsub more.

Thank you very much for this sample.

Best wishes,

Tomáš

Fri, Mar 27, 2020 ve 06:06:21PM +0100 Pablo Rodriguez napsal(a):
# On 3/26/20 6:54 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# > [...]
# > I would like to have commas in metadata attribute keywords
# > because space is confusing -- one cannot distinguish
# > a space as a separator from a space as a part of a keyword.
# 
# Hi Tomáš,
# 
# a workaround is contained in the following sample
# 
# \def\comma{‚}
# \enabledirectives
# [interaction.identity.preroll]
# 
# \setupinteraction
#   [title={a, b, c},
#subtitle={a, b, c},
#author={a, b, c},
#keyword={a\comma\ b\comma\ c},
# ]
# 
# \starttext
# \null
# \stoptext
# 
# BTW, I’m faking the character with an opening single comma (such as the
# one used in German [and probably other languages ]).
# 
# I don’t know how to insert the actual comma there, since it gets
# replaced when using the command.
# 
# Just in case it might help,
# 
# Pablo
# --
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Re: [NTG-context] \setupinteraction v commas

2020-03-26 Thread Tomas Hala
Thu, Mar 26, 2020 ve 06:34:28PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 26.03.2020 um 16:40:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >I used the following MWE for creating the metainformation in PDF:
# >
# >\setupinteraction
# >   [title={a, b, c},
# >subtitle={a, b, c},
# >author={a, b, c},
# >keyword={a, b, c},
# >]
# >
# >\starttext
# >blah
# >\stoptext
# >
# >While the title, subtitle and author contain the text without any change,
# >in keyword all commas has been erased. Is this the expected behaviour?
# 
# Yes, the comma is used as separator for keywords and replaced with a
# space in the metadata.
# 
# >If yes, how could I write command inside?
# 
# ???
#
# Wolfgang

I would like to have commas in metadata attribute keywords
because space is confusing -- one cannot distinguish 
a space as a separator from a space as a part of a keyword.

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[NTG-context] \setupinteraction v commas

2020-03-26 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all, 

I used the following MWE for creating the metainformation in PDF:

\setupinteraction
  [title={a, b, c},
   subtitle={a, b, c},
   author={a, b, c},
   keyword={a, b, c},
]

\starttext 
blah
\stoptext

While the title, subtitle and author contain the text without any change, 
in keyword all commas has been erased. Is this the expected behaviour?
If yes, how could I write command inside?

Best wishes,

Tomáš
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Re: [NTG-context] Left hanging hyphen

2020-03-05 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang,

# You can use the default language for the reset:
# 
# \startsetups [language:czech]
#   \setbreakpoints [czcompound]
# \stopsetups
# 
# \startsetups [language:other]
#   \resetbreakpoints
# \stopsetups
# 
# \setuplanguage
#   [cz]
#   [setups=language:czech]
# 
# \setuplanguage
#   [default]
#   [setups=language:other]

I used these definitions and it works really better, the hyphen is not
repeated in other languages anymore, thanks for this setting.
Unfortunately, two side-effects appeared after switching language back to uk:

* after the hyphen, no linebreak seems to be allowed,
* hyphenation patterns have been applied on the composed word, while before 
switching (default) not.

Tested with TL2019 as well as with the newest.

How can these side-effects be suppressed? 

Tomáš


%% MWE
\startluacode
fonts.protrusions.classes.tomas_hala = {
vector = 'tomas_hala',
factor = 1,
}

fonts.protrusions.vectors.tomas_hala = table.merged (
fonts.protrusions.vectors.quality,
{
[0x002D] = { 0.4, 0.7 }, -- hyphen
}
)

\stopluacode

\definebreakpoints [czcompound]
\definebreakpoint [czcompound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]

\startsetups [language:czech]
  \setbreakpoints [czcompound]
\stopsetups
\startsetups [language:other]
  \resetbreakpoints
\stopsetups

\setuplanguage[cz][setups=language:czech]
\setuplanguage[default][setups=language:other]
\definefontfeature [default] [default] [protrusion=tomas_hala]
\setupalign [hz,hanging]

\showframe [text] [text]
\starttext
\hsize=1pt

\mainlanguage [uk] {\bf uk}
modro-zelený
\hyphenatedpar{Stratford Stratford-upon-Avon}  

\mainlanguage [cz] {\bf cz}
modro-zelený
\hyphenatedpar{Stratford Stratford-upon-Avon}

\mainlanguage [uk] {\bf uk} 
modro-zelený
\hyphenatedpar{uk Stratford Stratford-upon-Avon}

\stoptext
 RESULT
uk
modro-
zelený
Strat-
ford
Stratford-
upon-
Avon
cz
modro-
-ze-
lený
Strat-
ford
Strat-
ford-
-upon-
-Avon
uk
modro-zelený
uk
Strat-
ford
Strat-
ford-upon-Avon
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Re: [NTG-context] Left hanging hyphen

2020-03-04 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang,

Mon, Mar 02, 2020 ve 05:38:35PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# On Mon, 2 Mar 2020 12:22:26 +0100
# Tomas Hala  wrote:
# 
# > Hi all,
# > 
# > in composed words in Czech and Slovak languages, the hyphen must be 
repeated 
# > at the beginning of the new line. How can I make it hanging at the left 
margin?
# 
# 1. You have to enable hanging punctuation which is missing in your example.

I used it, it was a miscopying... sorry.
 
# 2. You have to create your own protrusion vector because the predefined 
vectors set hanging for hyphens only for the right margin.

Thanks, it works for Czech language. But what has happened is that the
repeated hyphen appears also with languages which do not use it (or for
which it has not been set).

How can I assign the definition only to the selected language?
(I discovered only to put {\mainlanguage[cz]text} into a group...)

%% only a note:
I tried:
\def\mylanguage{cs} \appendtoks \ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound] \else \resetbreakpoints \fi \to\everylanguage

\let\ORIGmainlanguage=\mainlanguage 
\def\mainlanguage[#1]{\def\langpar{#1}
  
\def\langpom{cz}\ifx\langpom\langpar\gdef\mylanguage{cs}\else\gdef\mylanguage{\langpar}\fi
 
  \ORIGmainlanguage[\langpar]
}

which repeats only the Czech hyphen but with a side effect -- hyphenated words 
are not broken anymore in other languages.
What am I doing wrong? Or is there any system solution?
%%

Best wishes,

Tomáš


 begin example

\startluacode

fonts.protrusions.classes.tomas_hala = {
vector = 'tomas_hala',
factor = 1,
}

fonts.protrusions.vectors.tomas_hala = table.merged (
fonts.protrusions.vectors.quality,
{
[0x002D] = { 0.4, 0.7 }, -- hyphen
}
)

\stopluacode

\definebreakpoints [czcompound]
\definebreakpoint [czcompound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]

\startsetups [czech]
  \setbreakpoints [czcompound]
\stopsetups

\setuplanguage
  [cz]
  [setups=czech]

\definefontfeature [default] [default] [protrusion=tomas_hala]

%\def\mylanguage{cs} \appendtoks \ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound] \else \resetbreakpoints \fi \to\everylanguage
%\def\mylanguage{sk} \appendtoks \ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound] \else \resetbreakpoints \fi \to\everylanguage
%
%\let\ORIGmainlanguage=\mainlanguage
%\def\mainlanguage[#1]{\def\langpar{#1}
%
%\def\langpom{cz}\ifx\langpom\langpar\gdef\mylanguage{cs}\else\gdef\mylanguage{\langpar}\fi
%  \ORIGmainlanguage[\langpar]
%}


\setupalign [hanging]

%\mainlanguage [cz]

\showframe [text] [text]

\starttext

\hsize=0pt

\mainlanguage [en]
modro-zelený

\mainlanguage [fr]
modro-zelený

\mainlanguage [cz]
modro-zelený

\mainlanguage [en]
modro-zelený

\mainlanguage [fr]
modro-zelený

\stoptext
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[NTG-context] Left hanging hyphen

2020-03-02 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

in composed words in Czech and Slovak languages, the hyphen must be repeated 
at the beginning of the new line. How can I make it hanging at the left margin?

Tomáš


% for repeating the hyphen
\definebreakpoints[czcompound]
\definebreakpoint[czcompound][-][nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]
\def\mylanguage{cs} \appendtoks \ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound] \else \resetbreakpoints \fi \to\everylanguage 
\def\mylanguage{sk} \appendtoks \ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound] \else \resetbreakpoints \fi \to\everylanguage

\starttext\showframe
\hsize1dd
modro-zelený  %blue-green
\stoptext

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[NTG-context] Nested quotation and left-hanging punctuation together?

2020-03-01 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I do not know how to activate nested quotation together with left hanging
punctuation at all levels.

%% MWE:
\setupdelimitedtext[quotation:1][method=font]%% cmd #1
\setupdelimitedtext[quotation:2][method=font]%% cmd #2
\setupdelimitedtext[quotation][method=font]  %% cmd #3
%%
\setupdelimitedtext[quotation:1][left={\symbol[leftquotation]},right={\symbol[rightquotation]}]
\setupdelimitedtext[quotation:2][left={\symbol[leftquote]},right={\symbol[rightquote]}]
\setupalign[hz,hanging] %normal,%nothz,nohz,
\definefontfeature[default][default][protrusion=quality,expansion=quality]

\starttext\showframe
\quotation{asdaf\quotation{asdfasfd} adfasdfasf}

\quotation{asdaf\crlf\quotation{asdfasfd} adfasdfasf}
\stoptext


Without any command (#1--#3):
Quotation symbols are ok but without hanging.

With cmd #1:
Quotation symbols are ok but hanging is only the first level.

With cmd #2:
Quotation symbols are at both levels the same (which is wrong) and moreover 
hanging is only the second level.

With cmd #3:
Quotation symbols are at both levels the same (which is wrong) but both levels 
is hanging.

Which definition is missing or wrong?

Best wishes,

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] Question to installation ConTeXt from TeXlive

2020-03-01 Thread Tomas Hala

Hans, thanks for the help.

I wikified it, see
https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Windows_10_64_bit_Installation_2019_--_how_to_install_from_TeXlive.

Would be anybody so kind and check the English collection names at some time?
(I have got no computer with W.)

Best wishes,

Tomáš

Tue, Feb 18, 2020 ve 02:56:47PM +0100 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# On 2/18/2020 1:28 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >when one (eg. student) decides for customizing the Windows installation from 
TeXlive,
# >24 items will appear in the group of packages list.
# >
# >Because I have no experience with W. installations, I would like to ask
# >which of them are relevant or possible to use with ConTeXt MkIV (on W.).
# >(The aim is not to install unusable stuff.)
# >
# >Legend:
# >%=I guess no   +=I guess yes   ?=I am not sure
# >
# >[translated from the Czech version of the Installer]
# >
# >+ Additional fonts
# >+ ConTeXt etc.
# >+ LuaTeX
# >+ MetaPost and Metafont
# 
# probably not as we have mplib buil tin
# 
# >+ Recommended Fonts
# >+ TeXWorks
# 
# probably not unless you use it
# 
# >+ Auxillary programmes for W.
# 
# mkiv ... i guess nothing additional makes sense
# 
# >% Additional for LaTeX
# >% Art Fields
# >% Basic LaTeX
# >% Basic (La)TeX
# >% Publishing styles
# >% Recommended LaTeX
# >% Typesetting Games
# 
# >? Additional formats
# 
# no
# 
# >? Auxillary programmes for TeX
# 
# no
# 
# >? Graphics, images, diagrams
# 
# probably no
# 
# >? Math, nat. sci., comp. sci.
# 
# no, context stuff comes with context already
# 
# >? Music
# 
# unlikely
# 
# >? Necessary programmes and files
# 
# what is that
# 
# >? PSTricks
# 
# only if used
# 
# >? Additional for BibTeX
# 
# no
# 
# >? SW for graphics and fonts
# 
# no
# 
# >? XeTeX etc.
# 
# not for mkiv
# 
# Hans
# 
# -
#   Hans Hagen | PRAGMA ADE
#   Ridderstraat 27 | 8061 GH Hasselt | The Netherlands
#tel: 038 477 53 69 | www.pragma-ade.nl | www.pragma-pod.nl
# -

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Re: [NTG-context] simplefonts directory

2020-02-18 Thread Tomas Hala
Tue, Feb 18, 2020 ve 08:49:37AM -0500 Yves Cloutier napsal(a):
#Hello,
#I'm on linux and trying to add my fonts directories using
# 
#  export OSFONTDIR=/usr/share/fonts/;$HOME/.fonts

export OSFONTDIR="/usr/share/fonts/;$HOME/.fonts"

Tomáš



# 
#however when I do, I get the following message:
# 
#  bash: /home/drifter/.fonts: Is a directory
# 
#I'm not what I'm doing wrong or why it's not liking this. Any pointers
#would be appreciated.

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[NTG-context] Question to installation ConTeXt from TeXlive

2020-02-18 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

when one (eg. student) decides for customizing the Windows installation from 
TeXlive, 
24 items will appear in the group of packages list. 

Because I have no experience with W. installations, I would like to ask
which of them are relevant or possible to use with ConTeXt MkIV (on W.).
(The aim is not to install unusable stuff.)

Legend:
%=I guess no   +=I guess yes   ?=I am not sure

[translated from the Czech version of the Installer]

+ Additional fonts
+ ConTeXt etc.
+ LuaTeX
+ MetaPost and Metafont
+ Recommended Fonts
+ TeXWorks
+ Auxillary programmes for W.

% Additional for LaTeX
% Art Fields
% Basic LaTeX 
% Basic (La)TeX 
% Publishing styles
% Recommended LaTeX
% Typesetting Games

? Additional formats
? Auxillary programmes for TeX
? Graphics, images, diagrams
? Math, nat. sci., comp. sci. 
? Music
? Necessary programmes and files
? PSTricks
? Additional for BibTeX
? SW for graphics and fonts
? XeTeX etc.

Thanks in advance. 
(After completion I can put it on the wiki.)

Best wishes,

Tomáš
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Re: [NTG-context] line numbering within frame

2020-01-24 Thread Tomas Hala

Hi Thomas,

I compiled (TL2019) it with as well as without \setbreakpoints[compound] and
I got the same result -- in both case I see both colours. 

Wishes,

Tomáš

Fri, Jan 24, 2020 ve 06:45:06PM +0100 Thomas A. Schmitz napsal(a):
# 
# 
# > On 23. Jan 2020, at 12:45, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > 
# > Hi Thomas,
# > 
# > move definitions and setups for Three and Four before the use of \framed.
# > (With TL2019 works.)
# > 
# > Wishes,
# > 
# > Tomáš
# 
# Thank you for the hint - we’re still waiting for an answer to Wolfgang’s 
bonus question. But I have continued testing and discovered what is certainly a 
bug. Here’s a new example:
# 
# \setbreakpoints [compound]
# 
# \definelinenumbering  
#[original]
#[style=\tx\ss,distance=-1ex,step=5,location=inleft,start=10,color=darkred]
# 
# \definelinenumbering
#[translation]
#[style=\tx\ss,distance=-1ex,step=5,location=inleft,start=50,color=darkblue]
# 
# \starttext
# 
# \framed 
#   [background=color,
#backgroundcolor=gray,
#align={normal},
#frame=off,
#loffset=6ex,
#width=\textwidth,
#foregroundstyle=\ss]
# {\startlinenumbering[original]
#  \input knuth 
#  \stoplinenumbering
#   \blank [line]
#\startlinenumbering[translation]
#\input klein
#\stoplinenumbering}
# 
# \stoptext
# 
# If you compile it, you will see that the “color” key of the two defined 
linenumbering environments is not followed. If you comment out the first line 
\setbreakpoints [compound], you will get two colors, as expected. I leave it as 
an exercise for Hans and Wolfgang to explain what’s going on here :-)
# 
# Thomas
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Re: [NTG-context] line numbering within frame

2020-01-23 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Thomas,

move definitions and setups for Three and Four before the use of \framed.
(With TL2019 works.)

Wishes,

Tomáš




Thu, Jan 23, 2020 ve 11:54:49AM +0100 Thomas A. Schmitz napsal(a):
# Hi all,
# 
# I want line numbering within a framed environment, and I need two (at least) 
independent numbering systems. I hit a similar problem in 2016, and Wolfgang 
provided a solution (defining different numbering environment). However, this 
does not work within a frame. The example shows the problem:
# 
# \starttext
# 
# % This works:
# \definelinenumbering[One]
#\setuplinenumbering[One]
#[style=\ss,
#   distance=-2ex,
#   step=2,
#   location=inleft,
#   start=20,
#   color=darkblue]
#\startlinenumbering[One]
#\input knuth 
#\stoplinenumbering
#   
#  \blank [line]
# 
#\definelinenumbering[Two]
#\setuplinenumbering[Two]
#[style=\bf,
#   distance=-2ex,
#   step=3,
#   location=inleft,
#   start=4,
#   color=darkred]
#\startlinenumbering[Two]
#\input klein
#\stoplinenumbering
# 
# % This fails:
# \framed 
#[background=color,
#   backgroundcolor=gray,
#   align={normal,hanging,stretch,tolerant},
#   frame=off,
#   loffset=6ex,
#   width=\textwidth,
#   foregroundstyle=\ss]
# {\definelinenumbering[Three]
#\setuplinenumbering[Three]
#[style=\ss,
#   distance=-2ex,
#   step=2,
#   location=inleft,
#   start=20,
#   color=darkblue]
#\startlinenumbering[Three]
#\input knuth 
#\stoplinenumbering
#\blank [line]
# 
#\definelinenumbering[Four]
#\setuplinenumbering[Four]
#[style=\bf,
#   distance=-2ex,
#   step=3,
#   location=inleft,
#   start=4,
#   color=darkred]
#\startlinenumbering[Four]
#\input klein
#\stoplinenumbering}
# 
# \stoptext
# 
# The framed environment fails with the error message "Missing number, treated 
as zero.” Does anyone know how this can be fixed?
# 
# All best
# 
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[NTG-context] multipage typing

2020-01-19 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

content of typing environment is automatically broken at the end of a page,
so is it no problem to typeset multipage code.

But when I used startframedtext inside (see below), the multipage code 
was suppressed. Is there any way how to get over it?

Best wishes,

Tomáš

\setupstartstop[DefaultSnippet][before=,after=,style=]
\defineframedtext[MPtyping][background=color,backgroundcolor=gray,width=\makeupwidth,offset=2dd,loffset=6dd,roffset=6dd,frame=on,]
\setuptyping[MP][before=\startMPtyping,after=\stopMPtyping,indentnext=auto,]

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Re: [NTG-context] typing+framedtext: different behaviour between TL2017 and 2019

2020-01-17 Thread Tomas Hala

# # This should fix it:
# # \setupstartstop
# #   [DefaultSnippet]
# #   [before=,
# #    after=,
# #    style=]
# # Wolfgang
# 
# Unfortunately not, I tried it in preamble (with no effect)
# as well as after the \starttext (with no effect + text of parameters were 
pushed to the document).

Your code works, thank you for the help.

The no-effect-problem was caused by some invisible characters (0xc2a0)
inside, they disrupted the token processing.
 
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Re: [NTG-context] typing+framedtext: different behaviour between TL2017 and 2019

2020-01-17 Thread Tomas Hala

Fri, Jan 17, 2020 ve 08:48:47PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# This should fix it:
# 
# \setupstartstop
#   [DefaultSnippet]
#   [before=,
#    after=,
#    style=]
# Wolfgang

Unfortunately not, I tried it in preamble (with no effect)
as well as after the \starttext (with no effect + text of parameters were 
pushed to the document).

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] typing+framedtext: different behaviour between TL2017 and 2019

2020-01-17 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang, 

two files with the difference are attached.

I thought about the current beta -- it could be good way for me but 
unfortunately it does not suit for my students.

Tomáš

Fri, Jan 17, 2020 ve 07:40:57PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 17.01.2020 um 15:18:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >if I compile the following (minimised) code with ConTeXt from TL2017,
# >I receive expected result -- one framed gray box with correct width.
# >
# >\starttext\showframe
# 
>\defineframedtext[MPT][background=color,backgroundcolor=gray,width=\makeupwidth,frame=on,offset=1cc,]
# >\setuptyping[MP][before={\startMPT},after={\stopMPT},]
# >\startMP bla \stopMP
# >\stoptext
# >
# >Now I tried it with ConTeXt from TL2019 (TL2018 produces the same result as 
TL2019)
# >and I have got _two_ boxes -- the outer one is correct and frames the typing 
environment
# >as in the past whereas the new box frames the text inside the typing.
# 
# Your example works fine with the current beta and since you don't
# show the differences between the different installations there is
# nothing which can be done.
# 
# Wolfgang


typing-tl17.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


typing-tl19.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document
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[NTG-context] typing+framedtext: different behaviour between TL2017 and 2019

2020-01-17 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

if I compile the following (minimised) code with ConTeXt from TL2017,
I receive expected result -- one framed gray box with correct width.

\starttext\showframe
\defineframedtext[MPT][background=color,backgroundcolor=gray,width=\makeupwidth,frame=on,offset=1cc,]
\setuptyping[MP][before={\startMPT},after={\stopMPT},]
\startMP bla \stopMP
\stoptext

Now I tried it with ConTeXt from TL2019 (TL2018 produces the same result as 
TL2019)
and I have got _two_ boxes -- the outer one is correct and frames the typing 
environment
as in the past whereas the new box frames the text inside the typing.

Unfortunately, both boxes seems to be controlled by the \defineframedtext[MPT]
which caused that the inner box runs outside the typesetting area, i.e. the
left offset value is applied twice.

I found out that it is related with the given name MP.
Therefore, I renamed it to another name (it was ok) but after adding
"option=mp" I came across the same problem.

Is there any way how to define behaviour of both boxes in the existing \startMP
environment apart? Or is it not possible?

Best wishes,

Tomáš
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Re: [NTG-context] Difference between direct use of quotation marks and \quotation

2019-11-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang, 

great! Thank you very much.

Tomáš 

Fri, Nov 22, 2019 ve 07:03:42PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 22.11.2019 um 18:55:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >I have got two "same" documents which differ at the left side when the 
hanging punctuation has been enabled.
# >The difference is in use of quotation marks. (It seems as a language and 
font independent problem.)
# >
# >How can I persuade macro \quotation to move the punctuation outside the 
frame?
# \setupdelimitedtext[quotation][method=font]
# 
# Wolfgang
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[NTG-context] Difference between direct use of quotation marks and \quotation

2019-11-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I have got two "same" documents which differ at the left side when the hanging 
punctuation has been enabled. 
The difference is in use of quotation marks. (It seems as a language and font 
independent problem.)

How can I persuade macro \quotation to move the punctuation outside the frame?

Best wishes,

Tomáš

%%% MWE:
\setupalign[hz,hanging]
\definefontfeature  [default]   [default]  [protrusion=quality, 
expansion=quality]

\starttext\showframe
one \hfill two \crlf „three“ four \par
one \hfill two \crlf \quotation{three} four
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] packed list only if items > 5

2019-11-14 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Pablo,

I am not sure if the itemize environment can be configured on the fly.

The following code should solve your problem:


\definecounter[minforpacked] \setcounter[minforpacked][5]

\def\mystartitemize#1\stopitemize{%
\definecounter[mycounter]
{\def\startitem##1\stopitem{\incrementcounter[mycounter]}#1}
\ifnum \rawcountervalue[mycounter]>\rawcountervalue[minforpacked] 
\setupitemize[packed]\fi
\startitemize#1\stopitemize}

\starttext

\mystartitemize %normal
\dorecurse{2}{\startitem text\stopitem}
\stopitemize
\thinrule
\mystartitemize %packed
\dorecurse{7}{\startitem text\stopitem}
\stopitemize

\stoptext


Best wishes,

Tomáš 

Thu, Nov 14, 2019 ve 09:07:21PM +0100 Pablo Rodriguez napsal(a):
# Dear list,
# 
# I have the following sample:
# 
# \starttext
# \startitemize[\ifnum\currentnofitems>5 packed\fi]
# \dorecurse{7}
# {\startitem\currentitemnumber/\currentnofitems\stopitem}
# \stopitemize
# \stoptext
# 
# Is there any way to get a packed list if and only if it contains more
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# 
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[NTG-context] Bad cooperation between \unit and TABLE

2019-11-03 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I came across the problem with bad aligment of cells in natural tables
(longer MWE below):

When I use \unit for better typesetting of units, lines 6, 6a, 8 and 9
are sloppy-aligned -- first, the alignmentcharacter is ignored,
secondly the very huge space appears between e.g. m and 2. It seems 
that it happens at any time when the exponent in any form is required.

Moreover, the line 11 is also sloppy-aligned as a consequence of the
use of \unit|\high commands because if the line 2a is active, the 
alignment position is computed properly and the line 11 is ok.

Is it a bug, or am I doing something wrong?

Best wishes,

Tomáš


\starttext
\setupTABLE[c][2][alignmentcharacter={text->,}, aligncharacter=yes, 
align={lohi,middle}]
\bTABLE
\bTR\bTD Line \#1 \eTD  \bTD39 \eTD \eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#2 \eTD  \bTD 42,185 \eTD\eTR
%\bTR\bTD Line \#2a \eTD \bTD 55 550,21  \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#3 \eTD  \bTD 41,85\,\% \eTD \eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#4 \eTD  \bTD 1125,80 centimeter \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#5\eTD   \bTD 1125,80 \unit{cm}  \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#6 \eTD  \bTD 129,30 \unit{square centimeter} \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#6a \eTD \bTD 129,30 \unit{m2} \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#7 \eTD  \bTD 129,30 \unit{m}\eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#8 \eTD  \bTD 129,30 cm$^{\tfxx2}$\,\eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#9 \eTD \bTD 0,21 m\high{2} \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#10 \eTD \bTD 41,85 \%   \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#11 \eTD \bTD 55 550,21  \eTD\eTR
\bTR\bTD Line \#12 \eTD \bTD 0,21   \eTD\eTR
\eTABLE
\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] A5 != 210mm x 148mm ?

2019-11-03 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi, 

try:

\definepapersize[myformat][height=210mm, width=148mm]
\setuppapersize[myformat]

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

Sun, Nov 03, 2019 ve 09:51:40PM +1300 Kerry Sainsbury napsal(a):
#Hi,
#If A5 is 210mm x 148mm (and [1]the internet assures me that it is), then
#shouldn't these two setuppapersize variants give the same result? They
#don't seem to.
# 
#%\setuppapersize[A5]
# 
#\setuppapersize[height=210mm, width=148mm]
# 
#\starttext
# 
#\input ward.tex
# 
#\stoptext
# 
#The reason I ask is because I'd like to prepare a PDF for printing via
#IngramSpark, and have discovered that (bizarrely) their Australian branch
#doesn't support A5 for colour books. They do offer 6x9 (229x152), and I
#was wondering what values to use in 'setuppapersize', so I thought I'd
#experiment with the A5 sizing because it's a well known size.
# 
#Now I have no idea :-(
# 
#Thanks
# 
#Kerry
# 
# References
# 
#Visible links
#1. https://papersizes.io/a/a5

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Re: [NTG-context] Surprising change in function inspect()

2019-10-22 Thread Tomas Hala
# >
# >I discovered quite surprising change in the output of inspect:
# 
# indeed, i don't want to see that stuff

# you can always use:
# 
#   print(table.serialize(d))

Thanks for the explanation. But there is the difference -- serialize says
only the memory address and not the stuff there. Have we got any other tool?
The reason why I am looking for any replacement is the intention 
to show students how it looks inside. 
 
Tomáš

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[NTG-context] Surprising change in function inspect()

2019-10-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

using the source code

==
\starttext
\startluacode
  d={} d.data={"a",0} d.tabulka=function () context("pokus") end 
  inspect(d)
  d.tabulka()
\stopluacode
pokus
\stoptext
==

I discovered quite surprising change in the output of inspect:

TL2019:

table={
 ["data"]={ "a", 0 },
}

TL2018 and older:

table={
 ["data"]={ "a", 0 },
 ["tabulka"]=load("\27LuaR\0\1\4\4\4\8\0\25�\13\
\26\
\4\0\0\0\4\0\0\0\0\0\2\4\0\0\0\6\0@\0A@\0\0\29@\0\1\31\0�\0\2\0\0\0\4\8\0\0\0context\0\4\6\0\0\0pokus\0\0\0\0\0\1\0\0\0\0\0\14\0\0\0=[\\directlua]\0\4\0\0\0\4\0\0\0\4\0\0\0\4\0\0\0\4\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\1\0\0\0\5\0\0\0_ENV\0"),
}

Is there any way how to persuade the current inspect to add functions to the 
output as before?

Best wishes

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Re: [NTG-context] Itemization formatting

2019-05-29 Thread Tomas Hala

You're right... And this?

\setupitemize[1][option=intext][margin=1cm]
\setupitemize[2][option=intext][margin=2cm]

Best wishes,
Tomáš

Wed, May 29, 2019 ve 04:40:09PM +0200 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# Hi,
# 
# Not here. The extra empty brackets seem to ‘destroy’ the option=intext 
# setting, and I am left with a para going like this:
# 
# • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec dapibus 
turpis 
#   et nulla venenatis tincidunt. Curabitur sit amet vehicula nisi, sit amet
# 
# instead of 
# 
# • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec dapibus 
turpis 
# et nulla venenatis tincidunt. Curabitur sit amet vehicula nisi, sit amet
# 
# (extra empty brackets rarely are without side-effects)
# 
# Best wishes,
# Taco
# 
# 
# > On 29 May 2019, at 16:27, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > 
# > Hi Taco,
# > 
# > probably, there is missing one pair of []:
# > 
# > \setupitemize[1][][margin=1cm]
# > \setupitemize[2][][margin=2cm]
# > 
# > I tried it with TL2018 and I guess it works.
# > 
# > Best wishes,
# > 
# > Tomáš
# > 
# > 
# > 
# > 
# > Wed, May 29, 2019 ve 04:15:25PM +0200 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# > # Hi all,
# > # 
# > # I must be getting old :( 
# > # 
# > # It used to be that I could get ConTeXt to do what I wanted, but that is 
increasingly getting harder.
# > # 
# > # Current problem: I would like to have itemizations that behave like in 
this dummy
# > # ascii formatting:
# > # 
# > #   *   Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec 
dapibus turpis et 
# > #   nulla venenatis tincidunt. Curabitur sit amet vehicula nisi, sit amet
# > # 
# > # and so far it has been impossible for me to set up \setupitemize to do 
what I want.
# > # 
# > # In descriptive text, what I want is:
# > # 
# > # 1. some global indentation to the left and/or right. That is what the 
margin= key does
# > # 2. the symbol (or number) typeset in a specific width. That is the width= 
key
# > # 3. some distance between the number box and the following text. That is 
the distance= key
# > # 4. on line 2 and forward to the end of the item, I want a *different* 
indentation from the first item line. 
# > # 
# > # In this particular case, I want no extra indentation except for ‘margin’, 
but in other
# > # cases I may like either more or less indentation than on line 1 of the 
first para of the item.
# > # 
# > # The desired effect is simple achieve with primitive operations, but I 
would like the input
# > # to look nice (not to mention that I do not want to loose options for 
cross-referencing etc).
# > # 
# > #   \setupitemize[option=intext]
# > # 
# > # is nearly right for this case (with indentation equal to the left 
margin), so I assumed I would 
# > # be able to tweak that. But the problem there is that while it does 2-4, 
it ignores the extra 
# > # indentation required for nested itemizations (it even ignores explicit 
margin= settings for the
# > # nested level). After fighting with this for hours, I am nearly ready to 
give up.
# > # 
# > # Anybody have any idea how to get itemizations to do what I want?
# > # 
# > # MWE attached.
# > # 
# > # Best wishes,
# > # Taco
# > # PS It seems that “indentnext=no” does not work for nested itemizations?
# > 
# > 
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Re: [NTG-context] Itemization formatting

2019-05-29 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Taco,

probably, there is missing one pair of []:

\setupitemize[1][][margin=1cm]
\setupitemize[2][][margin=2cm]

I tried it with TL2018 and I guess it works.

Best wishes,

Tomáš




Wed, May 29, 2019 ve 04:15:25PM +0200 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# Hi all,
# 
# I must be getting old :( 
# 
# It used to be that I could get ConTeXt to do what I wanted, but that is 
increasingly getting harder.
# 
# Current problem: I would like to have itemizations that behave like in this 
dummy
# ascii formatting:
# 
#   *   Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec dapibus 
turpis et 
#   nulla venenatis tincidunt. Curabitur sit amet vehicula nisi, sit amet
# 
# and so far it has been impossible for me to set up \setupitemize to do what I 
want.
# 
# In descriptive text, what I want is:
# 
# 1. some global indentation to the left and/or right. That is what the margin= 
key does
# 2. the symbol (or number) typeset in a specific width. That is the width= key
# 3. some distance between the number box and the following text. That is the 
distance= key
# 4. on line 2 and forward to the end of the item, I want a *different* 
indentation from the first item line. 
# 
# In this particular case, I want no extra indentation except for ‘margin’, but 
in other
# cases I may like either more or less indentation than on line 1 of the first 
para of the item.
# 
# The desired effect is simple achieve with primitive operations, but I would 
like the input
# to look nice (not to mention that I do not want to loose options for 
cross-referencing etc).
# 
#   \setupitemize[option=intext]
# 
# is nearly right for this case (with indentation equal to the left margin), so 
I assumed I would 
# be able to tweak that. But the problem there is that while it does 2-4, it 
ignores the extra 
# indentation required for nested itemizations (it even ignores explicit 
margin= settings for the
# nested level). After fighting with this for hours, I am nearly ready to give 
up.
# 
# Anybody have any idea how to get itemizations to do what I want?
# 
# MWE attached.
# 
# Best wishes,
# Taco
# PS It seems that “indentnext=no” does not work for nested itemizations?



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[NTG-context] Which math font for LinLibertine family?

2019-05-15 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

the font family LinLibertine (ConTeXt from TL2018 and older) does not
contain any math font. 

On the file type-imp-libertine.mkiv there is a (disabled) line joining math
from times family. Is the times math the best for LinLibertine or
would you recommend me something else (from the design point of view)?

What is the best way how to add math to the existing typescript?
(I would like to avoid changing the file from the installation.)

Best wishes

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Re: [NTG-context] pretty printers

2019-05-08 Thread Tomas Hala
Wed, May 08, 2019 ve 10:59:18PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# 
# 
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 08.05.2019 um 22:42:
# >Wed, May 08, 2019 ve 10:14:45PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# ># Tomas Hala schrieb am 08.05.2019 um 21:58:
# ># >Hi all,
# ># >
# ># >according to our wiki, there are pretty printers in ConTeXt
# ># >implemented only for TEX, LUA, XML and MP.
# ># >
# ># >I am searching now for PHP pretty printer but I did not find
# ># >anything on the net (only C and Java). I would like to ask
# ># >whether is something for PHP (or for other programming languages)
# ># >available.
# >#
# ># 1. Use the scite module which provides additional styles (e.g. cpp
# ># or json) but php is still missing.
# >#
# ># 2. Use Aditya's vim module which uses vim to highlight source code.
# >#
# ># Wolfgang
# >
# >Maybe it is a misunderstanding but how can use these modules
# >in ConTeXt? I had in mind typesetting the code in ConTeXt
# >like \startTEX etc.
# 
# 1. Scite module
# 
# \usemodule [scite]
# 
# \starttext
# 
# \startCPP
# #include
# 
# using namespace std;
# 
# int main()
# {
#     cout << "Hello World\n";
#     return 0;
# }
# \stopCPP
# 
# \stoptext
# 
# 
# 2. Vim module
# 
# See Aditya's mail.
#  
# Wolfgang

Thank you once more.

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] pretty printers

2019-05-08 Thread Tomas Hala

Wed, May 08, 2019 ve 04:55:41PM -0400 Aditya Mahajan napsal(a):
# On Wed, 8 May 2019, Tomas Hala wrote:
# 
# >Wed, May 08, 2019 ve 10:14:45PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# ># Tomas Hala schrieb am 08.05.2019 um 21:58:
# ># >Hi all,
# ># >
# ># >according to our wiki, there are pretty printers in ConTeXt
# ># >implemented only for TEX, LUA, XML and MP.
# ># >
# ># >I am searching now for PHP pretty printer but I did not find
# ># >anything on the net (only C and Java). I would like to ask
# ># >whether is something for PHP (or for other programming languages)
# ># >available.
# ># # 1. Use the scite module which provides additional styles (e.g.
# >cpp
# ># or json) but php is still missing.
# ># # 2. Use Aditya's vim module which uses vim to highlight source
# >code.
# ># # Wolfgang
# >
# >Maybe it is a misunderstanding but how can use these modules
# >in ConTeXt? I had in mind typesetting the code in ConTeXt
# >like \startTEX etc.
# 
# Here is an example with the vim module:
# 
# \usemodule[vim]
# \definevimtyping[HTML][syntax=html]
# \definevimtyping[PHP] [syntax=php]
# 
# \starttext
# 
# \startHTML
# 
#
#   Hello World
#
# 
#
#   
#
# 
# \stopHTML
# 
# \startPHP
# 
# \stopPHP
# 
# \stoptext
# 
# See https://github.com/adityam/filter/blob/master/vim-README.md for
# more details.


Oh, this is new dimension for me, now I understand what Wolgang wrote.

Thank you both very much.

The best,

Tomáš 
 
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Re: [NTG-context] pretty printers

2019-05-08 Thread Tomas Hala
Wed, May 08, 2019 ve 10:14:45PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 08.05.2019 um 21:58:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >according to our wiki, there are pretty printers in ConTeXt
# >implemented only for TEX, LUA, XML and MP.
# >
# >I am searching now for PHP pretty printer but I did not find
# >anything on the net (only C and Java). I would like to ask
# >whether is something for PHP (or for other programming languages)
# >available.
# 
# 1. Use the scite module which provides additional styles (e.g. cpp
# or json) but php is still missing.
# 
# 2. Use Aditya's vim module which uses vim to highlight source code.
# 
# Wolfgang

Maybe it is a misunderstanding but how can use these modules
in ConTeXt? I had in mind typesetting the code in ConTeXt
like \startTEX etc.

Tomáš 

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[NTG-context] pretty printers

2019-05-08 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

according to our wiki, there are pretty printers in ConTeXt 
implemented only for TEX, LUA, XML and MP.

I am searching now for PHP pretty printer but I did not find 
anything on the net (only C and Java). I would like to ask 
whether is something for PHP (or for other programming languages)
available.

Best wishes,

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] Question to lines in linetable

2019-04-28 Thread Tomas Hala

Sun, Apr 28, 2019 ve 01:01:12PM +0200 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# On 4/27/2019 10:55 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >I tried linetable tables (mkiv, TL2017) because I need even
# >horizontal splitting. It works fine but I do not know how to make
# >either horizontal or vertical lines.
# >
# >Have somebody got some experience with this?
# There are no options (yet) for that but you can do
# 
# % \setuplinetable[r][odd] [background=color,backgroundcolor=gray]
# % \setuplinetable[r][even][background=color,backgroundcolor=green]
# 
# Hans

Thank you.

It could help but unfornately in the given case it does not suit to 
other (natural) tables which are designed by hrules.

I am looking forward to the future option.

The bes,

Tomáš


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[NTG-context] Question to lines in linetable

2019-04-27 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I tried linetable tables (mkiv, TL2017) because I need even
horizontal splitting. It works fine but I do not know how to make
either horizontal or vertical lines.

Have somebody got some experience with this?

Best wishes,

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Re: [NTG-context] Spacing between text and footnote line

2019-03-24 Thread Tomas Hala
Hello,

one way could be 

\setupnote[footnote][before={\blank[10*big]}]

Best wishes,

Tomáš 


Sun, Mar 24, 2019 ve 02:22:34PM +0100 Huseyin Özoguz napsal(a):
# Hello,
# 
# how an I change the distance between the text and the line of the
# footnotes? See this min-example:
# 
# \setuplayout[grid=yes]
# \showgrid
# \starttext
# First sentence.\footnote{Test.}
# \dorecurse{5}{\input knuth}
# \stoptext
# 
# That produces two lines distance between the footnote-line and the
# last line of the text on the first page. How can I reduce or
# increment it?
# 
# Thank you!
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# 
# -- 
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[NTG-context] Question to floating figure and grid

2019-03-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

the following code worked in TL2017 but in TL2018 the unwanted vertical
space appears before the 2nd knuth.tex. I do not know how to supress it.

I also do not know how to deal with the distance between the text and the
figure, I guessed that is controled by leftmargindistance but it makes
nothing. What am I doing wrong?

Best wishes,

Tomáš

%%%
\setuplayout[grid=yes] 
\starttext

\def\myfig#1#2#3#4{
\startplacefigure[location={right,none}]
  \setupfloat[roffset=0cc]  % leftmargindistance=2cm
  \startfloatcombination[1*1]
\setupfloatcaption[align=middle]
\placefigure[][#1]{#2}{\externalfigure[#3][#4]}
  \stopfloatcombination
\stopplacefigure}

\input knuth

\myfig{fig1}{This is FIG1}{any.jpg}{scale=250}
\input knuth

\input knuth

\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] How to repeat the hyphen?

2019-03-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Taco,

this is exactly what I needed, thank you very much.

Fri, Mar 22, 2019 ve 04:16:20PM +0100 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# Somewhat cleaner is to do it this way:
#   %%%
#   \definebreakpoints[czcompound]   
#   \definebreakpoint[czcompound][-][nleft=3,nright=3,type=4] 
# 
#   \appendtoks
#\ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
#   \setbreakpoints[czcompound] 
#\else 
#   \resetbreakpoints
#\fi
#   \to\everylanguage
# 
# It would be nice if that language= key would work, though (it is ignored, it 
seems)

I agree...

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

# Taco
# 
# 
# > On 22 Mar 2019, at 15:38, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > 
# > Hi Taco,
# > 
# > good idea, I tried it but the problem is that it does not switch itself off
# > automatically when the language is changed again. 
# > 
# > The following code works but I guess that must be some more sophisticated
# > ConTeXt way.
# > 
# > Best wishes,
# > 
# > Tomáš 
# > 
# > 
# > %%
# > 
\def\myboxik#1#2{\start\setuphyphenation[cz][method=#1]\startframedtext[width=1dd]\hbox{{\bf#1}}\crlf#2\stopframedtext\stop\par}
# > 
\def\mybox#1{\myboxik{traditional}{#1}\myboxik{default}{#1}\myboxik{expanded}{#1}\myboxik{original}{#1}\myboxik{tex}{#1}\myboxik{hyphenate}{#1}\myboxik{none}{#1}\par\thinrule}
# > 
# > \starttext
# > \definebreakpoints[czcompound]   
# > 
# > \let\oldlanguage=\language
# > \def\language[#1]{\oldlanguage[#1]
# >  \ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
\definebreakpoint[czcompound][-][nleft=3,nright=3,type=4] 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound] 
# >\else 
\definebreakpoint[czcompound][-][nleft=3,nright=3,type=1] 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound]
# >  \fi} and the same for \mainlanguage
# > 
# > \def\mylanguage{cs}
# > 
# > \language[en] \mybox{modro-zelený}
# > \language[cz] \mybox{modro-zelený}
# > \language[en] \mybox{modro-zelený}
# > 
# > \stoptext
# > 
# > 
# > Fri, Mar 22, 2019 ve 01:56:40PM +0100 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# > # Hi Tomáš,
# > # 
# > # Sorry but I do not know. I *do* know that you can do this:
# > # 
# > #   \definebreakpoints [czcompound]
# > #   \definebreakpoint  [czcompound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]
# > #   \setbreakpoints[czcompound]
# > # 
# > # And perhaps hook that into a language switch. Does that help?
# > # 
# > # 
# > # 
# > # > On 22 Mar 2019, at 10:37, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > # > 
# > # > Hi,
# > # > 
# > # > thanks, that's it. I did some tests and no side-effects appeared. 
# > # > Moreover, it seems that it has no influence on \hyphentatedurl which is 
also ok.
# > # > 
# > # > But only one point I do not understand -- when I used the key 
# > # > language=cz, repeated hyphens disappeared. It would by fine if one
# > # > can set it only for the given language(s), eg. for cz+sk yes and for en 
no.
# > # > Is there any way for this? 
# > # > 
# > # > Best wishes,
# > # > 
# > # > Tomáš 
# > # > 
# > # > 
# > # > \definebreakpoint [compound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4, language=cz]
# > # > \setbreakpoints[compound]
# > # > 
# > # > 
# > # > Thu, Mar 21, 2019 ve 04:45:49PM +0100 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# > # > # Hi,
# > # > # 
# > # > # \definebreakpoint [compound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]
# > # > # \setbreakpoints[compound]
# > # > # 
# > # > # But also check the wiki, there can be side-effects to 
\setbreakpoints[compound]
# > # > # 
# > # > #   https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Compound_words
# > # > # 
# > # > # 
# > # > # Best wishes,
# > # > # Taco
# > # > # 
# > # > # > On 21 Mar 2019, at 16:23, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > # > # > 
# > # > # > Hi all,
# > # > # > 
# > # > # > in composed words with hyphen inside (e.g. modro-zelený = 
blue-green), the
# > # > # > hyphen character must be repeated at the beginning of the new line
# > # > # > (modro-/-zelený). This rule is obligatory for Czech and Slovak 
typesetting.
# > # > # > 
# > # > # > I am able to implement this feature by defining a new command (see 
\def\= below)
# > # > # > but it means that all appearances of "-" must be replaced 
(manually) in the source
# > # > # > text. I tried all options of \setuphyphenation but no one gives the 
correct
# > # > # > result. 
# > # > # > 
# > # > # > Is there any way in ConTeXt how to set it by default?
# > # > # > 
# > # > # > Best wishes,
# > # > # > 
# > # > # > Tomáš
# > # > # > 
# > # >

Re: [NTG-context] How to repeat the hyphen?

2019-03-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Taco,
 
good idea, I tried it but the problem is that it does not switch itself off
automatically when the language is changed again. 

The following code works but I guess that must be some more sophisticated
ConTeXt way.

Best wishes,

Tomáš 


%%
\def\myboxik#1#2{\start\setuphyphenation[cz][method=#1]\startframedtext[width=1dd]\hbox{{\bf#1}}\crlf#2\stopframedtext\stop\par}
\def\mybox#1{\myboxik{traditional}{#1}\myboxik{default}{#1}\myboxik{expanded}{#1}\myboxik{original}{#1}\myboxik{tex}{#1}\myboxik{hyphenate}{#1}\myboxik{none}{#1}\par\thinrule}

\starttext
\definebreakpoints[czcompound]   

\let\oldlanguage=\language
\def\language[#1]{\oldlanguage[#1]
  \ifx\mylanguage\currentlanguage 
\definebreakpoint[czcompound][-][nleft=3,nright=3,type=4] 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound] 
\else 
\definebreakpoint[czcompound][-][nleft=3,nright=3,type=1] 
\setbreakpoints[czcompound]
  \fi} and the same for \mainlanguage

\def\mylanguage{cs}

\language[en] \mybox{modro-zelený}
\language[cz] \mybox{modro-zelený}
\language[en] \mybox{modro-zelený}

\stoptext


Fri, Mar 22, 2019 ve 01:56:40PM +0100 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# Hi Tomáš,
# 
# Sorry but I do not know. I *do* know that you can do this:
# 
#   \definebreakpoints [czcompound]
#   \definebreakpoint  [czcompound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]
#   \setbreakpoints[czcompound]
# 
# And perhaps hook that into a language switch. Does that help?
# 
# 
# 
# > On 22 Mar 2019, at 10:37, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > 
# > Hi,
# > 
# > thanks, that's it. I did some tests and no side-effects appeared. 
# > Moreover, it seems that it has no influence on \hyphentatedurl which is 
also ok.
# > 
# > But only one point I do not understand -- when I used the key 
# > language=cz, repeated hyphens disappeared. It would by fine if one
# > can set it only for the given language(s), eg. for cz+sk yes and for en no.
# > Is there any way for this? 
# > 
# > Best wishes,
# > 
# > Tomáš 
# > 
# > 
# > \definebreakpoint [compound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4, language=cz]
# > \setbreakpoints[compound]
# > 
# > 
# > Thu, Mar 21, 2019 ve 04:45:49PM +0100 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# > # Hi,
# > # 
# > # \definebreakpoint [compound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]
# > # \setbreakpoints[compound]
# > # 
# > # But also check the wiki, there can be side-effects to 
\setbreakpoints[compound]
# > # 
# > #   https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Compound_words
# > # 
# > # 
# > # Best wishes,
# > # Taco
# > # 
# > # > On 21 Mar 2019, at 16:23, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > # > 
# > # > Hi all,
# > # > 
# > # > in composed words with hyphen inside (e.g. modro-zelený = blue-green), 
the
# > # > hyphen character must be repeated at the beginning of the new line
# > # > (modro-/-zelený). This rule is obligatory for Czech and Slovak 
typesetting.
# > # > 
# > # > I am able to implement this feature by defining a new command (see 
\def\= below)
# > # > but it means that all appearances of "-" must be replaced (manually) in 
the source
# > # > text. I tried all options of \setuphyphenation but no one gives the 
correct
# > # > result. 
# > # > 
# > # > Is there any way in ConTeXt how to set it by default?
# > # > 
# > # > Best wishes,
# > # > 
# > # > Tomáš
# > # > 
# > # > %% MWE:
# > # > 
# > # > \starttext\mainlanguage[cz]
# > # > 
\def\myboxik#1#2{\start\setuphyphenation[cz][method=#1]\startframedtext[width=1dd]\hbox{{\bf#1}}\crlf#2\stopframedtext\stop\par}
# > # > 
\def\mybox#1{\myboxik{traditional}{#1}\myboxik{default}{#1}\myboxik{expanded}{#1}\myboxik{original}{#1}\myboxik{tex}{#1}\myboxik{hyphenate}{#1}\myboxik{none}{#1}}
# > # > 
# > # > \mybox{modro-zelený}
# > # > 
# > # > \def\={\discretionary{-}{-}{-}}
# > # > \mybox{modro\=zelený}
# > # > \stoptext
# > # > 
# > # > %%
# > # > 
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Re: [NTG-context] How to repeat the hyphen?

2019-03-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi,

thanks, that's it. I did some tests and no side-effects appeared. 
Moreover, it seems that it has no influence on \hyphentatedurl which is also ok.

But only one point I do not understand -- when I used the key 
language=cz, repeated hyphens disappeared. It would by fine if one
can set it only for the given language(s), eg. for cz+sk yes and for en no.
Is there any way for this? 

Best wishes,

Tomáš 


\definebreakpoint [compound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4, language=cz]
\setbreakpoints[compound]


Thu, Mar 21, 2019 ve 04:45:49PM +0100 Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
# Hi,
# 
# \definebreakpoint [compound] [-] [nleft=3,nright=3,type=4]
# \setbreakpoints[compound]
# 
# But also check the wiki, there can be side-effects to 
\setbreakpoints[compound]
# 
#   https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Compound_words
# 
# 
# Best wishes,
# Taco
# 
# > On 21 Mar 2019, at 16:23, Tomas Hala  wrote:
# > 
# > Hi all,
# > 
# > in composed words with hyphen inside (e.g. modro-zelený = blue-green), the
# > hyphen character must be repeated at the beginning of the new line
# > (modro-/-zelený). This rule is obligatory for Czech and Slovak typesetting.
# > 
# > I am able to implement this feature by defining a new command (see \def\= 
below)
# > but it means that all appearances of "-" must be replaced (manually) in the 
source
# > text. I tried all options of \setuphyphenation but no one gives the correct
# > result. 
# > 
# > Is there any way in ConTeXt how to set it by default?
# > 
# > Best wishes,
# > 
# > Tomáš
# > 
# > %% MWE:
# > 
# > \starttext\mainlanguage[cz]
# > 
\def\myboxik#1#2{\start\setuphyphenation[cz][method=#1]\startframedtext[width=1dd]\hbox{{\bf#1}}\crlf#2\stopframedtext\stop\par}
# > 
\def\mybox#1{\myboxik{traditional}{#1}\myboxik{default}{#1}\myboxik{expanded}{#1}\myboxik{original}{#1}\myboxik{tex}{#1}\myboxik{hyphenate}{#1}\myboxik{none}{#1}}
# > 
# > \mybox{modro-zelený}
# > 
# > \def\={\discretionary{-}{-}{-}}
# > \mybox{modro\=zelený}
# > \stoptext
# > 
# > %%
# > 
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[NTG-context] How to repeat the hyphen?

2019-03-21 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

in composed words with hyphen inside (e.g. modro-zelený = blue-green), the
hyphen character must be repeated at the beginning of the new line
(modro-/-zelený). This rule is obligatory for Czech and Slovak typesetting.

I am able to implement this feature by defining a new command (see \def\= below)
but it means that all appearances of "-" must be replaced (manually) in the 
source
text. I tried all options of \setuphyphenation but no one gives the correct
result. 

Is there any way in ConTeXt how to set it by default?

Best wishes,

Tomáš

%% MWE:

\starttext\mainlanguage[cz]
\def\myboxik#1#2{\start\setuphyphenation[cz][method=#1]\startframedtext[width=1dd]\hbox{{\bf#1}}\crlf#2\stopframedtext\stop\par}
\def\mybox#1{\myboxik{traditional}{#1}\myboxik{default}{#1}\myboxik{expanded}{#1}\myboxik{original}{#1}\myboxik{tex}{#1}\myboxik{hyphenate}{#1}\myboxik{none}{#1}}

\mybox{modro-zelený}

\def\={\discretionary{-}{-}{-}}
\mybox{modro\=zelený}
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] Question to key commnad at \setuphead

2019-03-05 Thread Tomas Hala
Thank you, Wolgang, that's it. 

Yesterday I tried also numbercommand, textcommand, etc. and the described
problem did not appear. Why the key "command" needs \unexpanded and
other keys (*command) not? 

Best wishes,

Tomáš 


Mon, Mar 04, 2019 ve 06:50:27PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 04.03.19 um 18:42:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >compiling the ME below (ConTeXt from TeXlive) I got this error message:
# >
# >! Argument of \MyChapterCommand has an extra }
# >
# >and I do not know why. What am I doing wrong?
# >
# >Best wishes,
# >
# >Tomáš
# >
# >===
# >\starttext
# >\def\MyChapterCommand#1#2{::#1//#2==}
# 
# Use
# 
# \define[2]\MyChapterCommand{::#1//#2==}
# 
# or
# 
# \unexpanded\def\MyChapterCommand#1#2{::#1//#2==}
# 
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[NTG-context] Question to key commnad at \setuphead

2019-03-04 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

compiling the ME below (ConTeXt from TeXlive) I got this error message:

! Argument of \MyChapterCommand has an extra }

and I do not know why. What am I doing wrong?

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

===
\starttext
\def\MyChapterCommand#1#2{::#1//#2==}
%\setuphead [chapter][command=\MyChapterCommand]  %% does not work
 \setupheads[chapter][command=\MyChapterCommand]  %% does not work
\chapter{A}
\stoptext
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Re: [NTG-context] Lines in \showbodyfontenvironment

2019-02-17 Thread Tomas Hala

I have tested it on this code:

\definebodyfontenvironment
  [default] % or size
  [text=10pt,a=2,d=5,   % or other values 
]

\starttext
  ahoj {\bfa ahoj} {\bfd ahoj} ahoj

  \showbodyfontenvironment
\stoptext

Tomáš


Sun, Feb 17, 2019 ve 06:02:53PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 17.02.19 um 16:07:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >I played with \definebodyfontenvironment and found the command
# >\showbodyfontenvironment.
# >
# >Experimentally I changed parameters at \definebodyfontenvironment
# >and I am not able to understand the logic of the table generated
# >by the \showbodyfontenvironment.
# >
# >What is the meaning of lines in the table? Or is this published somewhere?
# 
# Do you have a minimal example?
# 
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[NTG-context] Lines in \showbodyfontenvironment

2019-02-17 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I played with \definebodyfontenvironment and found the command 
\showbodyfontenvironment.

Experimentally I changed parameters at \definebodyfontenvironment
and I am not able to understand the logic of the table generated 
by the \showbodyfontenvironment.

What is the meaning of lines in the table? Or is this published somewhere?

Best wishes,

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Re: [NTG-context] \symbol (ConTeXt vs. LateX)

2019-02-16 Thread Tomas Hala
Thank you, Wolgang, that's it.

Tomáš

Sat, Feb 16, 2019 ve 03:31:47PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# 
# 
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 16.02.19 um 15:25:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >how can I print the corresponding character if I know its ordinal value?
# 
# You can use the \tochar{...} command.
# 
# font-ini.mkiv:
# 
# %D The \type {\tochar} commmand takes a specification:
# %D
# %D \starttabulate[|l|l|l|]
# %D \NC e \NC entity   \NC e:eacute \NC \NR
# %D \NC x \NC hexadecimal unicode  \NC x:013D   \NC \NR
# %D \NC d \NC decimal unicode  \NC d:123\NC \NR
# %D \NC s \NC hexadecimal index (slot) \NC s:210D   \NC \NR
# %D \NC i \NC decimal index\NC i:456\NC \NR
# %D \NC n \NC name \NC n:eight  \NC \NR
# %D \NC c \NC name \NC c:x  \NC \NR
# %D \NC u \NC unicode descriptions \NC u:dog\NC \NR
# %D \NC a \NC all (also descriptions)  \NC a:rewind \NC \NR
# %D \stoptabulate
# 
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[NTG-context] \symbol (ConTeXt vs. LateX)

2019-02-16 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

how can I print the corresponding character if I know its ordinal value?

(In LaTeX, there is a command \symbol{number} but in ConTeXt this command
has different meaning.)

Thanks in advance,

Best wishes,

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Re: [NTG-context] \showhyphens

2018-12-19 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Pablo,
thank you, that's it... 

I will add it to the wiki, it is not mentioned there...

Best,

Tomáš 


Tue, Dec 18, 2018 ve 05:21:44PM +0100 Pablo Rodriguez napsal(a):
# On 12/18/18 12:01 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# > Hi all,
# > 
# > I would like to detect hyphen points in a paragraph.
# > I hoped that the plain \showhyphens{text} can do it
# > but it displays nothing. Is this plain macro available yet,
# > or is it covered by other command?
# 
# Hi Tomáš,
# 
# \hyphenatedword is the command that you need.
# 
# I hope it helps,
# 
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[NTG-context] \showhyphens

2018-12-18 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I would like to detect hyphen points in a paragraph.
I hoped that the plain \showhyphens{text} can do it
but it displays nothing. Is this plain macro available yet,
or is it covered by other command?

Thanks in advance.

Best wishes

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] Strange behaviour of TABLE with \currentTABLErow

2018-12-10 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang, 

thank you for your reply. 

The split=repeat -- my fault, sorry. But -- surprisingly -- this mistake
helped me along understanding the problem. I discovered -- if head
and next head are defined -- that the "line number 1" servers for the
opening head at the beginning of a table whereas "line number 2" 
is used for all "next heads" at all pages of the table. 

So the problem is reduced to substracting one or two for only heads
and head+next heads, respectively.

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

P. S.
One possible solution can be e.g.:

\newcount\myrow
\def\currentTABLEbodyrow{\def\takenumber##1{\myrow=##1\advance\myrow-2 
\the\myrow}\takenumber\currentTABLErow}



The number of rows is now determined by the number of all rows
# (including header and footer) and the counting starts also from the first
# row in the table independent of the type of the row.



Mon, Dec 03, 2018 ve 11:14:53PM +0100 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 03.12.18 um 20:23:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >at https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Command/currentTABLEcolumn I learnt
# >about \currentTABLErow etc. for counting lines in natural tables.
# >
# >I have got the following two minimal non-working examples (on TeXlive 2018):
# >
# >\starttext\setupTABLE[split=yes]
# >   \bTABLE
# >   \bTABLEhead\bTR\bTH head  \eTH\eTR\eTABLEhead
# >   \bTABLEbody
# > \dorecurse{100}{\bTR\bTD \currentTABLErow xxx \eTD\eTR}
# >   \eTABLEbody
# >   \eTABLE
# >\stoptext
# >
# >In this case, the head-line is alse counted which makes no sense
# >and I do not know how to supress it.
# Even though this is not what you expect it makes sense because when ConTeXt
# creates the table the whole thing is only one huge part which the
# headers for
# the first and the following pages on top and the footer on the bottom.
# 
# The number of rows is now determined by the number of all rows
# (including header and footer) and the counting starts also from the first
# row in the table independent of the type of the row.
# 
# What you want is a counter which removes the header row from the value
# but to keep backwards compatibility this has to be a new command,
# e.g. \currentTABLEbodyrow
# >If I add \bTABLEnext (below), I receive very strange result -- both heads
# >are at the beginning of the table and both counted. Moreover, the "next"
# >head is not used on the following pages.
# >
# >\starttext\setupTABLE[split=yes]
# >   \bTABLE
# >   \bTABLEhead\bTR\bTH head  \eTH\eTR\eTABLEhead
# >   \bTABLEnext\bTR\bTH next head \eTH\eTR\eTABLEnext
# >   \bTABLEbody
# > \dorecurse{100}{\bTR\bTD \currentTABLErow xxx \eTD\eTR}
# >   \eTABLEbody
# >   \eTABLE
# >\stoptext
# >
# >I tried \TC and \TD instead of \TH, also without success.
# >What I am doing wrong?
# You need split=repeat.
# 
# The normal command to create a cell is \bTD, the \bTH command
# is usefull for the header because it changes the font style to bold
# and it also disables the character alignment for the current cell.
# 
# Wolfgang

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[NTG-context] Strange behaviour of TABLE with \currentTABLErow

2018-12-03 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

at https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Command/currentTABLEcolumn I learnt
about \currentTABLErow etc. for counting lines in natural tables.

I have got the following two minimal non-working examples (on TeXlive 2018):

\starttext\setupTABLE[split=yes]
  \bTABLE
  \bTABLEhead\bTR\bTH head  \eTH\eTR\eTABLEhead
  \bTABLEbody
\dorecurse{100}{\bTR\bTD \currentTABLErow xxx \eTD\eTR}
  \eTABLEbody
  \eTABLE
\stoptext

In this case, the head-line is alse counted which makes no sense
and I do not know how to supress it.

If I add \bTABLEnext (below), I receive very strange result -- both heads
are at the beginning of the table and both counted. Moreover, the "next"
head is not used on the following pages.

\starttext\setupTABLE[split=yes]
  \bTABLE
  \bTABLEhead\bTR\bTH head  \eTH\eTR\eTABLEhead
  \bTABLEnext\bTR\bTH next head \eTH\eTR\eTABLEnext
  \bTABLEbody
\dorecurse{100}{\bTR\bTD \currentTABLErow xxx \eTD\eTR}
  \eTABLEbody
  \eTABLE
\stoptext

I tried \TC and \TD instead of \TH, also without success. 
What I am doing wrong?  
Thanks in advance for help.

Best wishes,

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] Colormanagement

2018-11-09 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi, 

by default, really not.

At http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/Color_management
and http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/ExportPDFCMYK
there some instructions how to convert files to CMYK,
or how to install some extension, respectively.
But I have not test these ways yet.

Best wishes,

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] spacing

2018-11-09 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi,

I solve the same problem for ages... I decided for fixed time points related
with new edition of TeXlive. 

Advantages:

TeXlive versions (from my point of view) are most stable.
You really can compile your files repeatedly getting the same result.

Disadvantages:

You have to store all TeXlive editions.
All TeXlive editions are space demanding.
You have make notes on your files/projects which version was used.
You cannot use new features if you are going to refresh the project.

This is my way but maybe there is something better.
[I work ConTeXt since 2010 and only with MkIV.]

Best wishes,

Tomas



Fri, Nov 09, 2018 ve 02:40:30PM +0100 Henning Hraban Ramm napsal(a):
# Am 2018-11-08 um 23:51 schrieb Henri Menke :
# 
# > Clearly you haven't understood the meaning of “beta”.
# 
# Thank you for educating me.
# 
# > If you don't want your documents to break, don't update.
# 
# Since when?
# I started using ConTeXt in 1999 and don’t expect my MkII code to work any 
more.
# I’m still kind of an evangelist for ConTeXt, but that doesn’t protect me from 
getting very frustrated at times.
# 
# It seems to me that the replacement of the column layout code was premature, 
when it breaks heading setup, frame handling and can’t handle columns that 
don’t start at the top of a page.
# 
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] chapter number

2018-11-06 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Andrea,

try this:


\starttext

\startfrontmatter
\placecontent
\page
\chapter{Foreword}
\stopfrontmatter

\startbodymatter
\chapter{Introduction}
\stopbodymatter

\startbackmatter
\chapter{Something at the end}
\stopbackmatter

\stoptext


Best wishes,

Tomáš


Tue, Nov 06, 2018 ve 11:22:56PM +0100 Andrea Valle napsal(a):
#Dear all, 
#I have a simple issue I can’t solve.
#I have chapters in a book, and I have placed a foreword before.
#I’d like not to have the number in the foreword, and to start the
#numbering with the first chapter.
#I followed this
#
[1]https://www.contextgarden.net/Titles#Unnumbered_titles_in_table_of_contents
#and I have been able to remove numbering from the first chapter, also from
#TOC. Fine.
#I am not able to reset chapter numbering, my first chapter starts still
#with 2.
#How can this be done?
#I'm using for first chapter
#\startchapter
#  [title=Overview of Notation Semiotics]
#  []
#Thanks
#Best
#-a-
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] --|--- not transformed to endash|emdash

2018-10-24 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Hans, 

you are right, tlig is the missing one. Thank you for directing me.

Does it mean that all features are disabled when the new "non-TeX" font is 
joined? 
(I used \starttypescript with \definefontsynonym; then \definetypeface and 
\setupbodyfont.)

Later I discovered [features=default] (at \definefontsynonym) which enables it, 
too.
Which features are enabled by this word default?

Side effect of my experimets was the syntantic error  "! Missing \endcsname 
inserted"
at \definefontsynonym [Serif][name:JohnBaskerville][] with empty last brackets.
Is it ok, or not?

Best wishes,

Tomáš

Tue, Oct 23, 2018 ve 07:08:44PM +0200 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# On 10/23/2018 6:36 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >usually, if one writes -- or ---, will receive real en-dash or em-dash,
# >respectively. I just tried font called JohnBaskerville
# >(commercial; from Štorm type foundry, CZ) but I got only '--' and '---',
# >ie. sequences were not transformed to the proper characters.
# >
# >Dashes are present in then font, commands \endash and \emdash produce them 
correctly.
# >
# >What could be wrong?
# 
# no features enabled?
# 
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[NTG-context] --|--- not transformed to endash|emdash

2018-10-23 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

usually, if one writes -- or ---, will receive real en-dash or em-dash,
respectively. I just tried font called JohnBaskerville 
(commercial; from Štorm type foundry, CZ) but I got only '--' and '---',
ie. sequences were not transformed to the proper characters.

Dashes are present in then font, commands \endash and \emdash produce them 
correctly.

What could be wrong?

Best wishes,

Tomáš 

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Re: [NTG-context] mtxrun --script fonts --reload: Question to behaviour

2018-10-22 Thread Tomas Hala

Mon, Oct 22, 2018 ve 04:40:46PM +0200 luigi scarso napsal(a):
#On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 4:32 PM Tomas Hala <[1]tomas.h...@mendelu.cz>
#wrote:
# 
#  Mon, Oct 22, 2018 ve 04:22:43PM +0200 luigi scarso napsal(a):
#  #    On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 2:25 PM Tomas Hala
#  <[1][2]tomas.h...@mendelu.cz>
#  #    wrote:
#  #
#  #      Hi all,
#  #
#  #      doing some test with fonts I discovered that
#  #
#  #      mtxrun--script fonts --reload
#  #
#  #      crashed (line 479, TL 2018) on existing directory if this
#  directory has
#  #      incorrect permissions (in tested case I set 000 for making the
#  directory
#  #      and its subtree completely invisible).
#  #
#  #    what do you mean with "crashed"  ? 
# 
#  $ chmod 000 /home/thala/texmf/fonts/fffctx-fonts-for-testing/
#  $ mtxrun --script fonts --reload
#  resolvers       | trees | analyzing 'home:texmf'
#  /home/share/texlive/lastedition/bin/i386-linux/mtxrun:479: cannot open
#  /home/thala/texmf/fonts/fffctx-fonts-for-testing/: Permission denied
# 
#  and it stops doing nothing else.
# 
#ok, but  as far as I can see it's not a crash, 
#it's just an error like "open file foo"  when  you have not the right
#permissions on foo.
#In other words: mtxrun  doesn't have  the right permissions in that folder
#so it' correct that it stops
#*and* exits. If it stops and hang forever, of if it stops with a seg.
#fault,  then it's an error, 
#--
#luigi
# 

I understand the explanation, thank you. But why it stops? I can imagine the
behaviour with skipping inaccessible directories (eg. with some warning
messages)... Is there any way how to persuade it to continue the work?

Tomáš 

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Re: [NTG-context] mtxrun --script fonts --reload: Question to behaviour

2018-10-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Mon, Oct 22, 2018 ve 04:22:43PM +0200 luigi scarso napsal(a):
#On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 2:25 PM Tomas Hala <[1]tomas.h...@mendelu.cz>
#wrote:
# 
#  Hi all,
# 
#  doing some test with fonts I discovered that
# 
#  mtxrun--script fonts --reload
# 
#  crashed (line 479, TL 2018) on existing directory if this directory has
#  incorrect permissions (in tested case I set 000 for making the directory
#  and its subtree completely invisible).
# 
#what do you mean with "crashed"  ? 

$ chmod 000 /home/thala/texmf/fonts/fffctx-fonts-for-testing/
$ mtxrun --script fonts --reload 
resolvers   | trees | analyzing 'home:texmf'
/home/share/texlive/lastedition/bin/i386-linux/mtxrun:479: cannot open 
/home/thala/texmf/fonts/fffctx-fonts-for-testing/: Permission denied

and it stops doing nothing else.

Tomáš 

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[NTG-context] mtxrun --script fonts --reload: Question to behaviour

2018-10-22 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

doing some test with fonts I discovered that 

mtxrun--script fonts --reload

crashed (line 479, TL 2018) on existing directory if this directory has
incorrect permissions (in tested case I set 000 for making the directory
and its subtree completely invisible).

Is this the expected behaviour?

Best wishes,

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] Questions to font family Pagella

2018-10-17 Thread Tomas Hala
Hans, thank you for the explanation, I agree, I did not like that cyrillic, too.

Does somebody know whether TeXGyre team plans some additions of cyrillic to 
their font collection? 

Tomáš

Fri, Oct 12, 2018 ve 07:27:50PM +0200 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# On 10/12/2018 5:05 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# 
# >On my disk I have got also one older version (1.011) of pagella (I do not 
where I took it from)
# >which contains more(!) characters than the current one (2.004) where eg. the 
subset of cyrillic characters is missing...
# >Why the newer version contains less?
# 
# (1) cyrillic was bad and no one cared to check it so it was removed
# (2) the latest version should have many symbols added (post texlive)
# 
# Hans
# 
# 
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] xtables: horizontal splitting

2018-10-13 Thread Tomas Hala
Sat, Oct 13, 2018 ve 08:08:42PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
# The information is correct and linetables support horizontal splitting.

OK, thank you.

Tomáš 
 
# Wolfgang
# 
# 
# Tomas Hala schrieb am 13.10.18 um 19:29:
# >Hi Hraban,
# >thank you for this information, I changed it on the wiki.
# >
# >The same information is mentioned at linestables -- is it correct,
# >or to be changed on the wiki?
# >
# >Best wishes,
# >
# >Tomáš
# >
# >Fri, Oct 12, 2018 ve 09:36:44PM +0200 Henning Hraban Ramm napsal(a):
# ># The information on the wiki is wrong; horizontal splitting is just planned 
(my misunderstanding when I wrote that up; need to fix that...)
# >#
# ># Greetlings, Hraban
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# >#
# ># > Hi all,
# ># >
# ># > at https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Tables_Overview is mentioned that
# ># > the xtables can be splitted even horizontally (which will just suit
# ># > me very well).
# ># >
# ># > The command \setupxtable[myxtable][split=yes] will do it only
# ># > vertically. I would like to ask what is the correct option for
# ># > the horizonal splitting; neither xtables manual, nor i-context.pdf
# ># > say anything.
# ># >
# ># > Best wishes,
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Re: [NTG-context] xtables: horizontal splitting

2018-10-13 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Hraban, 
thank you for this information, I changed it on the wiki. 

The same information is mentioned at linestables -- is it correct,
or to be changed on the wiki? 

Best wishes,

Tomáš

Fri, Oct 12, 2018 ve 09:36:44PM +0200 Henning Hraban Ramm napsal(a):
# The information on the wiki is wrong; horizontal splitting is just planned 
(my misunderstanding when I wrote that up; need to fix that...)
# 
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# > Hi all, 
# > 
# > at https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Tables_Overview is mentioned that 
# > the xtables can be splitted even horizontally (which will just suit 
# > me very well).
# > 
# > The command \setupxtable[myxtable][split=yes] will do it only
# > vertically. I would like to ask what is the correct option for
# > the horizonal splitting; neither xtables manual, nor i-context.pdf
# > say anything.
# > 
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# > 
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[NTG-context] xtables: horizontal splitting

2018-10-12 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all, 

at https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Tables_Overview is mentioned that 
the xtables can be splitted even horizontally (which will just suit 
me very well).

The command \setupxtable[myxtable][split=yes] will do it only
vertically. I would like to ask what is the correct option for
the horizonal splitting; neither xtables manual, nor i-context.pdf
say anything.

Best wishes,

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[NTG-context] Questions to font family Pagella

2018-10-12 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I am doing some first tests with fonts (related with our font testing 
intentions)
and I found out that since 2015 there are two sets of files for pagella with 
the same metadata by otfinfo -i.

Eg.:

152192 
/usr/local/texlive/2018/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/newpx/TeXGyrePagellaX-Regular.otf
144472 
/usr/local/texlive/2018/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/tex-gyre/texgyrepagella-regular.otf

The only one difference is in the license note:
"Copyright 2013--2015 Michael Sharpe for added superior figures, letters and 
symbols." 
at files from newx directory.

1. 
Why the distribution (TL 2018) contains two versions of the same font family? 

2. 
How can I recognise which one was used for the document after 
\setupbodyfont[pagella]?

3.
On my disk I have got also one older version (1.011) of pagella (I do not where 
I took it from)
which contains more(!) characters than the current one (2.004) where eg. the 
subset of cyrillic characters is missing... 
Why the newer version contains less? 

Best wishes,

Tomáš

%%

%%
Older:
%%

Family:  TeXGyrePagella
Subfamily:   Regular
Full name:   TeXGyrePagella-Regular
PostScript name: TeXGyrePagella-Regular
Preferred family:TeX Gyre Pagella
Version: Version 1.011;PS 1.011;hotconv 1.0.49;makeotf.lib2.0.14853
Unique ID:   1.011;URW ;TeXGyrePagella-Regular
Trademark:   Please refer to the Copyright section for the font 
trademark attribution notices.
Copyright:   Copyright (URW)++, copyright 1999 by (URW)++ Design & 
Development; Cyrillic glyphs added by Valek Filippov, copyright 2001-2002; 
Vietnamese characters were added by Han The Thanh; copyright 2006, 2007 for TeX 
Gyre extensions by B. Jackowski and J.M. Nowacki (on behalf of TeX users 
groups). This work is released under the GUST Font License --  see 
http://tug.org/fonts/licenses/GUST-FONT-LICENSE.txt for details.
Vendor ID:   URW


%%
/usr/local/texlive/2018/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/newpx/TeXGyrePagellaX-Regular.otf:
%%

Family:  TeXGyrePagellaX
Subfamily:   Regular
Full name:   TeXGyrePagellaX-Regular
PostScript name: TeXGyrePagellaX-Regular
Preferred family:TeX Gyre PagellaX
Version: Version 2.004;PS 2.004;hotconv 1.0.49;makeotf.lib2.0.14853
Unique ID:   2.004;UKWN;TeXGyrePagella-Regular
Trademark:   Please refer to the Copyright section for the font 
trademark attribution notices.
Copyright:   Copyright 2006, 2009 for TeX Gyre extensions by B. 
Jackowski and J.M. Nowacki (on behalf of TeX users groups). This work is 
released under the GUST Font License --  see 
http://tug.org/fonts/licenses/GUST-FONT-LICENSE.txt for details.

Copyright 2013--2015 Michael Sharpe for added superior figures, letters and 
symbols.
Vendor ID:   UKWN

%%
/usr/local/texlive/2018/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/tex-gyre/texgyrepagella-regular.otf:
%%

Family:  TeXGyrePagella
Subfamily:   Regular
Full name:   TeXGyrePagella-Regular
PostScript name: TeXGyrePagella-Regular
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Re: [NTG-context] interaction

2018-09-21 Thread Tomas Hala
Tue, Sep 18, 2018 ve 11:26:25PM +0200 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# Hi,
# 
# At the recent meeting Tomas Hala triggered a discussion about
# interaction and as a side effect I promissed to update the 'widgets'
# manual (mkii) which now will be 'interactions' (mkiv). In the
# process I'll check and clean up some of the code so if there are
# issues / wishes ... the usual struggle with making different viewers
# happy.
# 
# (Or course Tomas is going to check everything discussed.)

Hi,

yes, I'll check it... 

Where could I find the current version of the mentioned 'interactions' manual 
now? 

Tomáš

# 
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# 
# -
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Re: [NTG-context] Questions to PDF/A compliant documents: missing ICC files? -- II.

2018-07-26 Thread Tomas Hala
Fri, Jul 20, 2018 ve 09:24:23PM +0200 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# On 7/20/2018 5:05 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >I would like to open the PDF/A topic once more.
# 
# maybe discuss it at the upcoming ctx meeting ... 

Good idea, indeed. 

# ... you can prepare a
# summative talk about it (including the demands for following some
# standard)

I guess I can collect only some (unordered) pieces of information about this 
but I really do not feel up to prepare a talk covering the topic 
systematically...
If it does not matter...

Tomáš

# >First, I would like to thank Alan, Luigi, Pablo and Henri for their pieces
# >of help and information.
# >
# >
# >Summary:
# >
# >
# >(a) where I can find the set of original default*.icc files,
# >
# ># Alan: /usr/local/share/color/icc/ghostscript
# >
# >This must be dependent on the version of operating system or on something
# >else because on computers I have permission to work on no this subtree is 
present.
# >
# ># Luigi: tex/texmf-context/colors/icc
# >
# >In standalone versions I tried during March and April and Pablo in June, 
there is really this special directory
# >but we found there only one of the files -- default_gray.icc. Other 
default*.icc files
# >(default_cmyk.icc, default_rgb.icc) which are mentioned at 
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDF/A
# >were not present. Similarly at http://www.eci.org/en/downloads.
# >
# ># Henri:  
http://dl.contextgarden.net/misc/iccprofiles/complete_ICC_profiles.zip
# >
# >Good deal -- here one can really find all three default*.icc files mentioned 
at
# >http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDF/A, but with no visible link to the
# >mentioned zipfile from this page.
# >
# >
# >
# >(b) what is the reason why these files are not included in the TeXlive and 
garden installations,
# >(c) if it is possible to add it there for future, and
# >
# ># Luigi: They are not included in texlive for some copyright issues.
# >
# >What is the difference between texlive copyright approach and context 
standalone copyright approach?
# >
# >I read a few documents about licences for icc files and it seemed to me that 
the redistribution is possible,
# >for non-commercial use without restrictions, the redistributor is obliged 
only to add the corresponding
# >licence document to the software containing the icc file(s) and must not 
change the name of the file(s).
# >
# >So, is possible to add the missing two default*.icc files to the context 
standalone version?
# >
# >
# >
# >(d) if the produced PDF (with \setupbackend[format={pdf/a-1b:2005}...]) is
# >PDF/a compliant when these icc files are not present and the whole content
# >of the document is only in black (i.e. no grayscale, no colours).
# >
# ># No reaction. :-)
# >
# >This question is important only if the default*.icc files are not (will not 
be) present and used when the PDF file is generated.
# >Has somebody got any idea whether the PDF/A without icc files is accepted as 
PDF/A or not?
# >
# >====
# >
# >The best,
# >
# >Tomáš
# >
# >---
# >
# >Tue, Jun 19, 2018 ve 09:38:55AM +1200 Henri Menke napsal(a):
# >#
# >#
# ># On 19/06/18 03:20, Tomas Hala wrote:
# ># >Hi all,
# ># >
# ># >at http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDF/A I found the following:
# ># >
# ># >"""""
# ># >In ConTeXt mkiv, in order to create such a compliant PDF/A file, one can 
do as follows: first install (or check that they are present) the following 
color profiles files
# ># >
# ># >default_cmyk.icc
# ># >default_gray.icc
# ># >default_rgb.icc
# ># >ISOcoated_v2_300_eci.icc
# ># >
# ># >into tex/texmf-context/colors/icc/profiles of your Context standalone 
directory. The default_*.icc files are part of ghostscript...
# ># >"""""
# ># >
# ># >So I checked that they are present (CentOS 6.6, GPL Ghostscript 8.70) and
# ># >I discovered that these files are not present at any ConTeXt (or TeX) 
installation from TeXlive
# ># >neither as separate files, nor at file 
context/colors/icc/context/colorprofiles.xml.
# ># >
# ># >Only default_gray.icc is present as a part of ConTeXt installations from 
our garden.
# ># >
# ># >Therefore, I would like to ask
# ># >(a) where I can find the set of original default*.icc files,
# ># >(b) what is the reason why these files are not included in the TeXlive 
and garden installations,
# ># >(c) if it is possible to add it there for future, and
# ># >(d) if the produced PDF (with \setupbackend[format={pdf/a-1b:2005}...]) 
is PDF/a compliant when these
# ># >i

[NTG-context] Question to covers

2018-07-20 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I would like to ask whether we have got some module or macros
for comfortable proposing of covers for different kinds of binding,
containing automatic computation of the corresponding measurments
and displaying the parts for bookbinders (eg cutting lines, 
protection zones, bends, pasting parts etc.)

The best,

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] Questions to PDF/A compliant documents: missing ICC files? -- II.

2018-07-20 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

I would like to open the PDF/A topic once more.

First, I would like to thank Alan, Luigi, Pablo and Henri for their pieces
of help and information.


Summary:


(a) where I can find the set of original default*.icc files,

# Alan: /usr/local/share/color/icc/ghostscript

This must be dependent on the version of operating system or on something
else because on computers I have permission to work on no this subtree is 
present.

# Luigi: tex/texmf-context/colors/icc

In standalone versions I tried during March and April and Pablo in June, there 
is really this special directory
but we found there only one of the files -- default_gray.icc. Other 
default*.icc files
(default_cmyk.icc, default_rgb.icc) which are mentioned at 
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDF/A
were not present. Similarly at http://www.eci.org/en/downloads.

# Henri:  http://dl.contextgarden.net/misc/iccprofiles/complete_ICC_profiles.zip

Good deal -- here one can really find all three default*.icc files mentioned at
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDF/A, but with no visible link to the
mentioned zipfile from this page.



(b) what is the reason why these files are not included in the TeXlive and 
garden installations,
(c) if it is possible to add it there for future, and

# Luigi: They are not included in texlive for some copyright issues.

What is the difference between texlive copyright approach and context 
standalone copyright approach?

I read a few documents about licences for icc files and it seemed to me that 
the redistribution is possible,
for non-commercial use without restrictions, the redistributor is obliged only 
to add the corresponding 
licence document to the software containing the icc file(s) and must not change 
the name of the file(s).

So, is possible to add the missing two default*.icc files to the context 
standalone version?



(d) if the produced PDF (with \setupbackend[format={pdf/a-1b:2005}...]) is
PDF/a compliant when these icc files are not present and the whole content
of the document is only in black (i.e. no grayscale, no colours).

# No reaction. :-)

This question is important only if the default*.icc files are not (will not be) 
present and used when the PDF file is generated.
Has somebody got any idea whether the PDF/A without icc files is accepted as 
PDF/A or not?



The best,

Tomáš

---

Tue, Jun 19, 2018 ve 09:38:55AM +1200 Henri Menke napsal(a):
# 
# 
# On 19/06/18 03:20, Tomas Hala wrote:
# >Hi all,
# >
# >at http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDF/A I found the following:
# >
# >"""""
# >In ConTeXt mkiv, in order to create such a compliant PDF/A file, one can do 
as follows: first install (or check that they are present) the following color 
profiles files
# >
# >default_cmyk.icc
# >default_gray.icc
# >default_rgb.icc
# >ISOcoated_v2_300_eci.icc
# >
# >into tex/texmf-context/colors/icc/profiles of your Context standalone 
directory. The default_*.icc files are part of ghostscript...
# >"""""
# >
# >So I checked that they are present (CentOS 6.6, GPL Ghostscript 8.70) and
# >I discovered that these files are not present at any ConTeXt (or TeX) 
installation from TeXlive
# >neither as separate files, nor at file 
context/colors/icc/context/colorprofiles.xml.
# >
# >Only default_gray.icc is present as a part of ConTeXt installations from our 
garden.
# >
# >Therefore, I would like to ask
# >(a) where I can find the set of original default*.icc files,
# >(b) what is the reason why these files are not included in the TeXlive and 
garden installations,
# >(c) if it is possible to add it there for future, and
# >(d) if the produced PDF (with \setupbackend[format={pdf/a-1b:2005}...]) is 
PDF/a compliant when these
# >icc files are not present and the whole content of the document is only in 
black (i.e. no grayscale, no colours).
# 
# wget http://dl.contextgarden.net/misc/iccprofiles/complete_ICC_profiles.zip
# unzip complete_ICC_profiles.zip -d /opt/context/tex/texmf-local
# 
# >
# >Our university decided to be "PDF/a compliant", that is the reason why I am 
asking.
# >
# >Best wishes,
# >
# >Tomáš
# >
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[NTG-context] Questions to PDF/A compliant documents: missing ICC files?

2018-06-18 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi all,

at http://wiki.contextgarden.net/PDF/A I found the following:

"
In ConTeXt mkiv, in order to create such a compliant PDF/A file, one can do as 
follows: first install (or check that they are present) the following color 
profiles files

default_cmyk.icc 
default_gray.icc 
default_rgb.icc
ISOcoated_v2_300_eci.icc

into tex/texmf-context/colors/icc/profiles of your Context standalone 
directory. The default_*.icc files are part of ghostscript...
"

So I checked that they are present (CentOS 6.6, GPL Ghostscript 8.70) and 
I discovered that these files are not present at any ConTeXt (or TeX) 
installation from TeXlive 
neither as separate files, nor at file 
context/colors/icc/context/colorprofiles.xml. 

Only default_gray.icc is present as a part of ConTeXt installations from our 
garden.

Therefore, I would like to ask
(a) where I can find the set of original default*.icc files, 
(b) what is the reason why these files are not included in the TeXlive and 
garden installations,
(c) if it is possible to add it there for future, and 
(d) if the produced PDF (with \setupbackend[format={pdf/a-1b:2005}...]) is 
PDF/a compliant when these
icc files are not present and the whole content of the document is only in 
black (i.e. no grayscale, no colours).

Our university decided to be "PDF/a compliant", that is the reason why I am 
asking.

Best wishes,

Tomáš

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Re: [NTG-context] Parsing \...luacode within a \def

2018-06-14 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Lukáš,

I am not sure but I guess that the problem is related with the behaviour of
the input processor which erases characters at the end of line (CR, LF) and
replace them by a space. Then, the whole content between \start/stopluacode
is at only one line. If you the second way of comment marks, the letter "u" 
will be shown at the output.

Tomáš 

\def\U{%
  \startluacode
--[[ blahblah
]]--

context("u")
  \stopluacode
}



Thu, Jun 14, 2018 ve 08:48:40PM +0200 Procházka Lukáš Ing. napsal(a):
# Hello,
# 
# I encountered a phenomena that I cannot understand. Let's have the following 
code:
# 
# 
# \def\T{%
#   \startluacode
# context("t")
#   \stopluacode
# }
# 
# \def\U{%
#   \startluacode
# --
# 
# context("u")
#   \stopluacode
# }
# 
# \starttext
#   A
#   \startluacode
# --
# 
# context("b")
#   \stopluacode
#   \T
#   \U
# \stoptext
# 
# 
# This gives "Abt" - but there is no "u".
# 
# It seems that the (first) comment mark "--" within a \startluacode within 
\def (here: \def\U) causes all code till \stopluacode is being ignored.
# 
# But why?
# 
# Maybe I'm missing something very basic...
# 
# Best regards,
# 
# Lukas
# 
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] Question about paragraphs and hanging punctuation

2018-04-23 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang,

I tried it and the syntactic error disappeared, thanks.
But the left quotation character is still not hanging.
I tried also different positions of this fixing code, 
but with no success. 

Is there any other way how to fix it? 

The best,

Tomáš

   \unprotect

   \def\typo_delimited_fontdriven
     {\dontleavehmode
      \begingroup
      \dostarttaggedchained\t!delimited\currentdelimitedtext\??delimitedtext
      \usedlanguageparameter{\c!left\currentparentdelimitedtext}% was:
   \currentdelimitedtext
      \usedelimitedtextstyleandcolor\c!style\c!color
      \typo_delimited_start_content
      \bgroup
      \aftergroup\typo_delimited_fontdriven_e
      \let\next=}

   \protect

\starttext\mainlanguage[de]\showframe % TL2017

\definefontfeature  [default]  [default]  [protrusion=quality, 
expansion=quality]
\setupalign[hz,hanging]

%\setupbodyfont[libertine]  % termes, pagella

\input knuth\par
\quotation{pokus s uvozovkami}\crlf
\quotation{pokus s uvozovkami}\par
\input knuth

\stoptext


Sat, Apr 21, 2018 ve 08:01:40PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
#Add this fix to your document:
# 
#\unprotect
# 
#\def\typo_delimited_fontdriven
#  {\dontleavehmode
#   \begingroup
#   \dostarttaggedchained\t!delimited\currentdelimitedtext\??delimitedtext
#   \usedlanguageparameter{\c!left\currentparentdelimitedtext}% was:
#\currentdelimitedtext
#   \usedelimitedtextstyleandcolor\c!style\c!color
#   \typo_delimited_start_content
#   \bgroup
#   \aftergroup\typo_delimited_fontdriven_e
#   \let\next=}
# 
#\protect
# 
#There was a bug when “method=font” was used but this was fixed last
#October.
# 
#Wolfgang
# 
# [1]Tomas Hala
#  21. April 2018 um 18:01
#  #
#  # unfortunately, this does not work (on my computer with TL2017).
#  #
#  # Proper Czech quotation marks are available via \quotation command:
#  # \mainlanguage[cz]
#  # \quotation{text}
#  #
#  # But it is language independent problem, I did more tests:
#  # neither Czech, nor US, nor Dutch, nor German quotation marks are
#  # hanging.
#  # Without influence is also font (font family), tested on modern,
#  # libertine,
#  # EB Garamond 12 from your example, times...
#  #
#  # No change appeared switching the order of commands
#  # \definefontfeature and \setupalign.
#  #
#  # \setupdelimitedtext[quotation][method=font]
# 
#  I tried it but it generates an error -- "Extra }, or forgotten
#  \endgroup",
#  after run till the end, the opening character is hanging but closing
#  character disappeared. (Similarly with \setupquotation[method=font].)
# 
#  Tomáš
# 
#  # Wolfgang
# 
#  \starttext\showframe\mainlanguage[cz]
#  \definefontfeature [default] [default] [protrusion=quality,
#  expansion=quality]
#  \setupalign[hz,hanging]
# 
#  \setupdelimitedtext[quotation][method=font]
# 
#  \setupbodyfont[times] % libertine, times, modern
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Re: [NTG-context] Question to sectioning

2018-04-23 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang,

some deep error appeared, unfortunately. I tested it on TL2014--17. Did you
use TL2018? It seems similarly as any other error related with the change of
dimensions maintanance betweeen TL2017 and 2018.

Tomáš



tex error   > tex error on line 8 in file x.tex: ! Missing number, treated 
as zero

 
s
 s
 amepage--1
\addaskedblankskip ..._vspacing_temp #1\dimexpr #2
  \relax 
l.8 }
   
\spac_vspacing_yes_indeed ...ar \clf_vspacing {#1}
  \fi 
\strc_sectioning_handle_page_yes ...entheadlevel ]
  \fi \headparameter
\c!befo...
...
l.15\levelA{A1}
 

 1 
 2\definehead [specialpage] [chapter]
 3\definehead [levelA]  [chapter]
 4 
 5\setuphead
 6  [specialpage]
 7  [incrementnumber=list,
 8 >>   header=empty
 9 ]
10 


Wed, Apr 18, 2018 ve 06:00:27PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
#     [1]Tomas Hala
#  11. April 2018 um 19:36
#  Hello,
# 
#  I have got a document with e.g. six chapters, numbers are from 1 to 6.
#  At special places I would like put a special page containing a special
#  title.
#  The special page should be without a header and without any number,
#  the title should be put into the contents by the same way as other
#  chapters..
# 
#  I came across two problems:
# 
#  First, in the minimal example below I get chapter numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 7,
#  8
#  and if I use incrementnumber=no, the "specialpage" is not stored in the
#  contents.
# 
#  Secondly, I do know how to switch off the header only at this special
#  page.
# 
#  I also tried \definehead[specialpage][title] but in this case the
#  "specialpage" is not stored in the
#  contents, too.
# 
#Like this?
# 
#\definehead [specialpage] [chapter]
#\definehead [levelA]  [chapter]
# 
#\setuphead
#  [specialpage]
#  [incrementnumber=list,
#   header=empty]
# 
#\starttext
# 
#\placelist[levelA,specialpage]
# 
#\levelA{A1}
#\levelA{A2}
#\specialpage{Special page 1}
#\levelA{A3}
#\levelA{A4}
#\specialpage{Special page 2}
#\levelA{A5}
#\levelA{A6}
# 
#\stoptext
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] Question about paragraphs and hanging punctuation

2018-04-21 Thread Tomas Hala
# 
#  unfortunately, this does not work (on my computer with TL2017).
# 
#  Proper Czech quotation marks are available via \quotation command:
#  \mainlanguage[cz]
#  \quotation{text}
# 
#  But it is language independent problem, I did more tests:
#  neither Czech, nor US, nor Dutch, nor German quotation marks are
#  hanging.
#  Without influence is also font (font family), tested on modern,
#  libertine,
#  EB Garamond 12 from your example, times...
# 
#  No change appeared switching the order of commands
#  \definefontfeature and \setupalign.
# 
#\setupdelimitedtext[quotation][method=font]

I tried it but it generates an error --  "Extra }, or forgotten \endgroup",
after run till the end, the opening character is hanging but closing
character disappeared. (Similarly with \setupquotation[method=font].)

Tomáš 

 
#Wolfgang

\starttext\showframe\mainlanguage[cz]
\definefontfeature  [default]  [default] [protrusion=quality, expansion=quality]
\setupalign[hz,hanging]

\setupdelimitedtext[quotation][method=font]

\setupbodyfont[times]   % libertine, times, modern
\quotation{pokus s uvozovkami}
\stoptext



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Re: [NTG-context] Question about paragraphs and hanging punctuation

2018-04-21 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Pablo,

unfortunately, this does not work (on my computer with TL2017).

Proper Czech quotation marks are available via \quotation command:
\mainlanguage[cz] 
\quotation{text}

But it is language independent problem, I did more tests:
neither Czech, nor US, nor Dutch, nor German quotation marks are hanging. 
Without influence is also font (font family), tested on modern, libertine, 
EB Garamond 12 from your example, times...

No change appeared switching the order of commands
\definefontfeature  and \setupalign.

Tomáš 

%%% Minimal example: 

\starttext\showframe\mainlanguage[de]

\definefontfeature  [default]  [default]  
[protrusion=quality,
expansion=quality
]

\setupalign[hz,hanging] 

\setupbodyfont[libertine]   % times, modern
% \definefontfamily[min][rm][EB Garamond 12] \setupbodyfont[min]

\input knuth\par
\quotation{pokus s uvozovkami}\crlf
\quotation{pokus s uvozovkami}\par 
\input knuth

\stoptext


Wed, Apr 18, 2018 ve 06:26:32PM +0200 Pablo Rodriguez napsal(a):
# On 04/18/2018 05:45 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# > Hi Pablo,
# > 
# > thank you for the help, the i-context manual really became 
# > as a friend of mine. :-)
# 
# Hi Tomáš,
# 
# it is really an extremely useful document.
# 
# > Alignments with hz work but I found out that the opening quotation character
# > does not hang out at the left side. 
# > 
# > Is there any other key (or value) for this?
# 
# I don’t know which are the proper Czech quotation marks. According to
# https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uvozovky, they seem to be hanging right:
# 
# \showframe
# \definefontfeature[default][default]
# [protrusion=quality,expansion=quality]
# \setupalign[hanging, hz]
# 
# \definefontfamily[min][rm][EB Garamond 12]
# \setupbodyfont[min]
# 
# \starttext
# “\input zapf
# 
# «\input zapf
# 
# »\input zapf
# 
# „\input zapf
# 
# ‚\input zapf
# \stoptext
# 
# Or let us know what we are missing.
# 
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# 
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Re: [NTG-context] Question to sectioning

2018-04-18 Thread Tomas Hala
Hello,
 
# I have got a document with e.g. six chapters, numbers are from 1 to 6.
# At special places I would like put a special page containing a special title.
# The special page should be without a header and without any number, 
# the title should be put into the contents by the same way as other chapters..
# 
# ... in the minimal example below I get chapter numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8
# and if I use incrementnumber=no, the "specialpage" is not stored in the 
contents.  

after some hard work I hoodwinked it changing the basic definition:

\definehead[specialpage][chapter] --> \definehead[specialpage][subsubsection]
joined with redefinition of the design of this special subsubsection
but I cannot believe that this is the proper solution. 
Have anybody idea how to do it better? 

Thanks in advance.

The best,

Tomáš 

# % TL2017
# 
# \definehead[specialpage][chapter]
# \definehead[levelA][chapter]
# 
# \setuphead[specialpage][number=no] %,incrementnumber=no]
# 
# \starttext
# 
# \definecombinedlist[mycontent][levelA,specialpage][level=chapter]
# \completemycontent
# 
# \levelA{A1}
# \levelA{A2}
# \specialpage{Special page 1}
# \levelA{A3}
# \levelA{A4}
# \specialpage{Special page 2}
# \levelA{A5}
# \levelA{A6}
# 
# \stoptext
# 
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Re: [NTG-context] Question about paragraphs and hanging punctuation

2018-04-18 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Pablo,

thank you for the help, the i-context manual really became 
as a friend of mine. :-)

Alignments with hz work but I found out that the opening quotation character
does not hang out at the left side. 

Is there any other key (or value) for this?

The best,

Tomáš 

Wed, Mar 21, 2018 ve 07:20:05PM +0100 Pablo Rodriguez napsal(a):
# On 03/20/2018 09:59 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# > Hi Pablo,
# > 
# > thank you very much, you are right.
# > The align={hz, hanging} is not documented on the wiki, so I did not think 
about it. 
# 
# Hi Tomáš,
# 
# your local tex/texmf-context/tex/context/interface/mkiv/i-context.pdf is
# really your friend here.
# 
# > The proper solution for my problem is this:
# > 
# > \setupparagraphs[align={hz, hanging}]
# 
# I only wanted to test whether microtypography was working. I can detect
# a text with hanging punctuation, but I’m not able to detect whether the
# text has the hz algorithm or not ;-).
# 
# > which sets all columns for all kinds of paragraphs defined by 
\defineparagraphs
# > (for normal text is necessary to set it separately). 
# 
# Alignment for body text is specified with \setupalignment. Even
# footnotes may have a different alignment.
# 
# I hope it helps,
# 
# Pablo
# 
# 
# > Tue, Mar 20, 2018 ve 08:30:24PM +0100 Pablo Rodriguez napsal(a):
# > # On 03/20/2018 08:17 PM, Tomas Hala wrote:
# > # > Hi all,
# > # > 
# > # > I used together hanging punctuation and define/setup paragraphs
# > # > (tested on TL2017, current CTX).
# > # > Unfortunately, inside the paragraph environment the hanging
# > # > punctuation settings is ignored.> Moreover, it seems that attributes 
inner= and command= works only for
# > # > the first paragraph (column).
# > # Hi Tomáš,
# > # 
# > # \setupparagraphs has an align key.
# > # 
# > # This command works with your sample:
# > # 
# > #   \setupparagraphs[somepars][2][align={hz, hanging}]
# > # 
# > # I hope it helps,
# > # 
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Re: [NTG-context] Questions about \starttext

2018-04-15 Thread Tomas Hala
Tue, Apr 03, 2018 ve 09:12:31AM +0200 Hans Hagen napsal(a):
# On 4/3/2018 12:02 AM, John Culleton wrote:
# >A reasonable approach to a Context file includes preliminary
# >information before the first printed page. My basic master file
# >looks like this :
# >
# > ...
# 
# in the distribution there are a lot of manuals of which the setup
# demonstrates ways to organize ... one probably not known to all is
# 
# \startdocument[settings] ... \stopdocument

ok, where can I find it? 

The thing I am a bit confused and which was the main reason of my question,
is why the compiler does not report the unbalanced pair of start/stop in
this case.

Tomáš 

 
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[NTG-context] Question to sectioning

2018-04-11 Thread Tomas Hala
Hello,

I have got a document with e.g. six chapters, numbers are from 1 to 6.
At special places I would like put a special page containing a special title.
The special page should be without a header and without any number, 
the title should be put into the contents by the same way as other chapters..

I came across two problems: 

First, in the minimal example below I get chapter numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8
and if I use incrementnumber=no, the "specialpage" is not stored in the 
contents.  

Secondly, I do know how to switch off the header only at this special page.

I also tried \definehead[specialpage][title] but in this case the "specialpage" 
is not stored in the
contents, too. 

What I am doing wrong?

Thanks for the help in advance,

Tomáš


% TL2017

\definehead[specialpage][chapter]
\definehead[levelA][chapter]

\setuphead[specialpage][number=no] %,incrementnumber=no]

\starttext

\definecombinedlist[mycontent][levelA,specialpage][level=chapter]
\completemycontent

\levelA{A1}
\levelA{A2}
\specialpage{Special page 1}
\levelA{A3}
\levelA{A4}
\specialpage{Special page 2}
\levelA{A5}
\levelA{A6}

\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] how to change the colour of the footnote marker

2018-04-08 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Robert,

I don't understand if you need solution for MkII, or
if you tried something from MkII. 

For MkIV you can use this:

\def\mycmd#1{\startcolor[\kleur]#1\stopcolor}
\setupnotation[footnote][numbercommand=\mycmd]

(But I don't know whether it will work witk MkII.)

The best,

Tomáš

Sun, Apr 08, 2018 ve 01:02:45PM +0200 Robert Zydenbos napsal(a):
# Today I wanted to print an entire document not in standard black,
# but in blue. I added (Mk II) –
# 
# \setupcolors [state=start]
# \define\kleur{blue} % so I can change the colour uniformly
# everywhere through this variable
# \startcolor [\kleur]
# \setupnote[footnote][before={\color[\kleur]}]
# \setupfooter [color=\kleur]
# 
# – and everything becomes blue, but NOT the footnote number before
# the footnote itself at the bottom of the page (the marker in the
# main text is coloured the way I want).
# 
# Can anyone tell me how to change the colour of the footnote number
# in the note?
# 
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[NTG-context] Strange behaviour of \start/stopplacefigure

2018-03-30 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi,

in the example below I came across the very strange behaviour of key 
location: if I use values none or top, the following paragraph is indented
according to the settings whereas if I use the value bottom, 
the first line of the following paragraph starts just on the left, 
without any indentation.

What am I doing wrong? 

Thanks for a help,

Tomáš

%% TL2017 

\starttext
\indenting[yes,2em,first]
\setupfloat[indentnext=yes]

1none. \input knuth

\startplacefigure[location={none,}]
\setupcaption[width=0.45\makeupwidth,align={nothyphenated,middle},textcommand=\crlf,distance=0cc]
  \startfloatcombination[2*1]
 \placefigure{caption left}{\externalfigure[cow.pdf][height=5cm]}
 \placefigure{caption right}{\externalfigure[cow.pdf][height=5cm]}
  \stopfloatcombination
\stopplacefigure

1top. \input knuth

\startplacefigure[location={top,none,}]
\setupcaption[width=0.45\makeupwidth,align={nothyphenated,middle},textcommand=\crlf,distance=0cc]
  \startfloatcombination[2*1]
 \placefigure{caption left}{\externalfigure[cow.pdf][height=5cm]}
 \placefigure{caption right}{\externalfigure[cow.pdf][height=5cm]}
  \stopfloatcombination
\stopplacefigure

1bottom. \input knuth

\startplacefigure[location={bottom,none,}]
\setupcaption[width=0.45\makeupwidth,align={nothyphenated,middle},textcommand=\crlf,distance=0cc]
  \startfloatcombination[2*1]
 \placefigure{caption left}{\externalfigure[cow.pdf][height=5cm]}
 \placefigure{caption right}{\externalfigure[cow.pdf][height=5cm]}
  \stopfloatcombination
\stopplacefigure

1end. \input knuth !!! NOT INDENTED

\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] Question about a pair of floating fugures

2018-03-25 Thread Tomas Hala
Hi Wolfgang, 

that's genious! Thank you very much.

Tomáš 


Sun, Mar 25, 2018 ve 02:37:17PM +0200 Wolfgang Schuster napsal(a):
#Hi Thomas,
# 
#you have to put your images in a floatcombination environment.
# 
#\setupexternalfigure[location=default]
# 
#\starttext
# 
#\startplacefigure[location=none]
#    \startfloatcombination[2*1]
#        \placefigure{A dutch cow}{\externalfigure[cow][height=5cm]}
#        \placefigure{A dutch mill}{\externalfigure[mill][height=5cm]}
#    \stopfloatcombination
#\stopplacefigure
# 
#\stoptext
# 
#Wolfgang
# 
# [1]Tomas Hala
#  25. März 2018 um 12:11
#  Hi all,
# 
#  I struggled with a pair of figures which will float together in a text,
#  each with its own caption. I found out the following solution and
#  I would like to ask whether this is the "oficial" and the best way
#  how to do it.
# 
#  \starttext
#  
\placefigure{}{\dontleavehmode\externalfigure[a.jpg]\externalfigure[a.jpg]\externalfigure[a.jpg]}
#  or
#  
\placefigure{}{\dontleavehmode\externalfigure[a.jpg]\hfill\externalfigure[a.jpg]\hfill\externalfigure[a.jpg]}
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#  I am taking it back, it has only one caption:-(
# 
#  I wanted to send this code:
# 
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#  \startcolumns[n=2]
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#  \column
#  \placefigure{c12}{\externalfigure[cow][height=3cm]}
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# 
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#  #
#  
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#  # or
#  #
#  
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