Re: [NTG-context] After rotation, interaction does no longer work

2010-03-16 Thread berend

 I've a document that is typeset in A5, and then arranged with
 2SIDE. Interaction is enabled. Everything works, I can click on
 registers and table of contents to jump to the particular
 piece.
 
 However, if I add rotated:
 
 \setuparranging [2SIDE,rotated]
 
 interaction appears to be disabled. Can this be enabled again?

Hans run with --arrange

As you see below, that's what I did. Without --arrange there wouldn't
even be a table of contents.

All the best,

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[NTG-context] After rotation, interaction does no longer work

2010-03-15 Thread berend
Hi All,

I've a document that is typeset in A5, and then arranged with
2SIDE. Interaction is enabled. Everything works, I can click on
registers and table of contents to jump to the particular piece.

However, if I add rotated:

  \setuparranging
[2SIDE,rotated]

interaction appears to be disabled. Can this be enabled again?

The following test document demonstrates the effect. The links in the
table of content are still blue, not no longer clickable. Remove
rotated, and it works:

--
% interface=en

\setuppapersize
  [A5][A4]

\setuparranging
  [2SIDE,rotated]

\setupinteraction
  [state=start,
   color=blue]

\setupcolors
  [state=start]

\starttext

\subject{Table of contents}

\placecontent[1]

\chapter{Hello}

World.

\chapter{More}

Text.

\stoptext
--

Process with texexec --arrange

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[NTG-context] Table of contents disappears when \setuparranging is used

2010-03-05 Thread berend
Hi People,

I have a very weird problem. As soon as I star tot use \setuparranging
the table of contents and other registers disappear. How to fix that?

An example file:

--
\setuppapersize
  [A5][A4]

\setuparranging
  [2SIDE,rotated]

\starttext

\subject{Table of contents}

\placecontent[1]

\chapter{Hello}

World.

\stoptext
--


There will be no text under table of contents. Comment out
\setuparranging and then the table of contents appears.


When \setuparranging is enabled, this appears in the log file:

system  : part,chapter,section,subsection,subsubsection,subsubsubsectio
n,subsubsubsubsection not found/processed

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Re: [NTG-context] Table of contents disappears when \setuparranging is used

2010-03-05 Thread berend
 Mari == Mari Voipio mari.voi...@iki.fi writes:

Mari ...been there, done that
Mari (http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Imposition#Caveat:_common_troubles)

And I had looked at that page, but obviously not seen it. And Google
is very bad in finding context material.

Thanks all!

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Re: [NTG-context] Thoughts on ConTeXt: ditched

2009-12-28 Thread berend
 Manuel == Manuel P ayeye.sysfo...@gmail.com writes:

Manuel Another problem is the fluidity of ConTeXt: it changes
Manuel rapidly and the documentation is left behind.

Maybe for some things, but I'm using a manual from 2004 and from my
point of view very little has changed.

I would say the interface is remarkably stable, so hopefully that
might be some encouragement to come back one day.

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[NTG-context] Flow chart does no longer put comments under connections

2009-11-30 Thread berend
Hi All,

I'm using ConTeXt on an Ubuntu 9.10 system.

  $ texexec --version
  TeXExec | version 6.2.0 - 1997-2006 - PRAGMA ADE/POD

The log file says:

  This is pdfTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.40.3 (Web2C 7.5.6) (format=cont-en 
2009.8.3)  1 DEC 2009 15:10
  ConTeXt  ver: 2008.05.21 15:21 MKII  fmt: 2009.8.3  int: english/english



It appears connection comments do not work in this version.

For example the more sophisticated example from here:

  http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Flow_Charts

ignores the comments. See attachment (if that survives this emailing
list). So basically this:

  \connection[rl] {lowpass1}
\comment[t]{$x(t)$}
\comment[b]{$X(t)$}

does not work. You get the line, but not the comments. So basically
two questions:

1. This used to work (Ubuntu 8.04). Is the problem solved in any newer
   version of ConTeXt?

2. If so, is there a way I can upgrade from within Ubuntu?




test.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


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Re: [NTG-context] Sort register (index) by Bible book

2009-11-20 Thread berend
 Taco == Taco Hoekwater t...@elvenkind.com writes:

Taco You could pre-assign a zero-padded number to each book
Taco (Genesis=001, Exodus=002), and use that number inside the
Taco square brackets.

Right, but that would be extremely annoying to type in all the time
:-)

I'm looking for a more automated solution, but given that even you
don't know one, it seems I have to write some sorting mechanism
myself.

Or perhaps use the trick above as the input is XML, and the verses are
clearly marked, so I could generate ConTeXt with the proper sort
codes.

Who does the index sorting, is that texexec?

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[NTG-context] Sort register (index) by Bible book

2009-11-16 Thread berend
Hi All,

I'm typesetting a book that has a register of Bible verses. I like to
order them by Bible book as per the order the books are customarily
listed.

The index is created like \index{1 Samuel 1:1} and retrieved with
\placeindex, so that's all standard.

Are there any tools to sort this index? How can I make this part of
the regular build? Or is this something you do once, at the end, by
hand?

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[NTG-context] Module s-pre-19 doesn't work anymore

2009-11-04 Thread berend
Hi People,

I'm quite font of s-pre-19 and derivatives, however this fails on my
current system.

Sample file:

==
\usemodule
  [pre-19]

\starttext

\Topic{Test}

test.

\stoptext
==


Error message:

 ! Missing number, treated as zero.
 to be read again 
\endcsname 
 \@@amvbox ... -\pagebackgroundvoffset +\endcsname 
   \c!topoffset \relax \box \...
 argument ...ght\c!left }\interactionmenu [right]
   \getvalue {\??am right\c!r...

 \firstofoneargument #1-#1

 \next2 #1,-\docommand {#1}
\doprocesscommaitem 
 \doprocesscommalist ...item \gobbleoneargument #1,
   ]\relax \global \advance \...
 ...
 l.12 \stoptext



Hopefully someone has a pointer? It works if I disable the menu,
i.e. if in \setupinteraction I have menu=off, it's fine.


I'm on Ubuntu 8.10. Some more

  TeXExec | runtime: 303.108203
  $ texexec --version
  TeXExec | version 6.2.0 - 1997-2006 - PRAGMA ADE/POD


  $ tex --version
  TeX 3.141592 (Web2C 7.5.6)
  kpathsea version 3.5.6


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Re: [NTG-context] Pretty print SQL broken? Or am I doing something wrong?

2009-06-24 Thread Berend de Boer
 Gerben == Gerben Wierda gerben.wie...@rna.nl writes:

 Gerben == Gerben Wierda gerben.wie...@rna.nl writes:
 
Gerben For 'SQL' I assume I should use 'sql'. When I do that,
Gerben exactly the same happens.
 
 I mean select instead of SELECT.

Hi Gerben,

Just following up publicly on the files you sent me, this works for me:

  \setuptyping[SQL][palet=colorpretty]
  \def\typeSQLfile{\typefile[SQL]}
  \starttext
  \typeSQLfile{test2.txt}
  \stoptext

So changes:

1. Don't define the typing, it's already.

2. use SQL, not sql.

3. Your SQL keywords must be lowercase not UPPERcase, else they won't
   get highlighted.

4. comments inside your SQL file trip up the parser, don't know why,
   but just leave them out.


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Re: [NTG-context] Pretty print SQL broken? Or am I doing something wrong?

2009-06-11 Thread Berend de Boer
 Gerben == Gerben Wierda gerben.wie...@rna.nl writes:

Gerben For 'SQL' I assume I should use 'sql'. When I do that,
Gerben exactly the same happens.

I mean select instead of SELECT.

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Re: [NTG-context] Pretty print SQL broken? Or am I doing something wrong?

2009-06-08 Thread Berend de Boer
 Gerben == Gerben Wierda gerben.wie...@rna.nl writes:

Gerben verb-sql.tex seems not to work correctly. Is it broken or
Gerben am I doing something wrong?

What if you use lowercase?

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[NTG-context] Additional arrows in flow chart

2008-12-06 Thread Berend de Boer
Hi All,

Is there a way to specify additional arrows in a flow chart? Some people
prefer to see a starting arrow (an arrow at the beginning of the line)
instead of only one at the end.

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Re: [NTG-context] Getting the default pdf fonts working on texlive 2007

2007-11-11 Thread Berend de Boer
 Mojca == Mojca Miklavec [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Mojca You are missing this line (in front of setupbodyfont) for
Mojca example:

Mojca \usetypescript[postscript][ec]
Mojca \setupbodyfont[postscript,11pt]

Mojca Does this work?

Unfortunately it doesn't.

  {/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/enc/dvips/base/8r.enc}/usr/local/
  
texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/type1/urw/helvetic/uhvr8a.pfb/usr/local/texlive
  /2007/texmf-dist/fonts/type1/urw/times/utmr8a.pfb

Still loads the urw files.


Mojca 8r are kind-of-not-supported any more, that's why files
Mojca might be missing.

Yes, but had to try everything :-)

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[NTG-context] Getting the default pdf fonts working on texlive 2007

2007-10-26 Thread Berend de Boer
}
fonts   : using map file: t5-base
{/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/map/pdftex/context/t5-base.map}
fonts   : using map file: original-ams-base
{/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/map/pdftex/context/original-ams-base.
map}
fonts   : using map file: original-ams-euler
{/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/map/pdftex/context/original-ams-euler
.map}
fonts   : using map file: original-public-lm
{/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/map/pdftex/context/original-public-lm
.map}
fonts   : using map file: 8r-urw-times


pdfTeX warning: pdftex (file 8r-urw-times.map): cannot open font map file
fonts   : using map file: original-youngryu-tx
{/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/map/pdftex/context/original-youngryu-
tx.map}
fonts   : using map file: 8r-urw-helvetica


pdfTeX warning: pdftex (file 8r-urw-helvetica.map): cannot open font map file
fonts   : using map file: 8r-urw-courier


pdfTeX warning: pdftex (file 8r-urw-courier.map): cannot open font map file
fonts   : using map file: ec-urw-times


pdfTeX warning: pdftex (file ec-urw-times.map): cannot open font map file
[1.1]
systems : end file test at line 13
system  : cont-err loaded
(/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/tex/context/base/cont-err.tex
systems : no file 'cont-sys.tex', using 'cont-sys.rme' instead
) ) 
Here is how much of TeX's memory you used:
 2410 strings out of 57405
 50161 string characters out of 535697
 4612009 words of memory out of 5540156
 42017 multiletter control sequences out of 1+5
 114738 words of font info for 100 fonts, out of 120 for 2000
 192 hyphenation exceptions out of 8191
 47i,18n,61p,288b,545s stack positions out of 5000i,500n,6000p,20b,5000s
{/usr/local/texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/enc/dvips/base/8r.enc}/usr/local/
texlive/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/type1/urw/helvetic/uhvr8a.pfb/usr/local/texlive
/2007/texmf-dist/fonts/type1/urw/times/utmr8a.pfb
Output written on test.pdf (1 page, 13230 bytes).
PDF statistics:
 19 PDF objects out of 1000 (max. 8388607)
 12 compressed objects within 1 object stream
 0 named destinations out of 1000 (max. 131072)
 1 words of extra memory for PDF output out of 1 (max. 1000)
==

The warnings are a bit weird. I indeed don't have 8r-urw-times.map.

I hope someone can give me the incantations again...

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[NTG-context] Treating underscore as a normal character

2007-02-06 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hi All,

In computer code underscores are used frequently. Until recently sticking

  \catcode`\_=12

somewhere at the top did work, but it has become harder. More stuff
seems to reset this, so I know have to stick it just above \starttext.

But that doesn't help in all cases.

I get this for example:

- --
structure   : begin of sectionblock appendices
(./eposix-classes.tuo
! Missing $ inserted.
inserted text 
$
to be read again 
   _
argument STDC_
BASE
\Eclass #1-#1
  
\listtextcommand #1-\begstrut #1
 \endstrut 
\doattributes ...sname [EMAIL PROTECTED] \endcsname \fi {#4
  }\dostopattributes 
...
l.24 ...class {STDC_BASE}}{3--0-1-1-0-0-0-0--5}{6}
- --


And when I look at line 24 in eposix-classes.tuo I see:

\listentry{section}{2}{A.1}{Short form of \Eclass 
{STDC_BASE}}{3--0-1-1-0-0-0-0--5}{6}


Is there a method to fix this to avoid typing \_ all the time? I just
want a global switch that says _ is perfectly ok. Only inside $ it
should be treated as something special.

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Re: [NTG-context] Treating underscore as a normal character

2007-02-06 Thread Berend de Boer
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 Hans == Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Hans \defineactivecharacter _ {\mathortext{_}{\_}} text_text
Hans $a^2$

Hi Hans,

Thanks, but it is not sufficient. I finally narrowed it down to a
\placelist.


Here is a very short example:

- --
\def\MyHead#1#2%
  {\setupframed[frame=off]
   \framed[width=\hsize,offset=overlay]
 {\placesidebyside
{\doifmodeelse{*sectionnumber}%
   
{\framed[width=.6\hsize,offset=1em,strut=no,align=right,background=screen,backgroundscreen=0.4]
  {In this chapter: \blank
\placelist
  [section]
  [criterium=chapter,
   style=boldslanted,
   align=right,
   interaction=all,
   symbol=1,
   width=1em,
   pagenumber=no,
   before=,
   after=]}}%
   {\framed[width=.6\hsize]{}} % dummy
}%
{\framed
   [width=.4\hsize,offset=1em,strut=no,align=left]
   {{\bsd #1\par\leftskip=0pt plus1fil #2%
}

\setuphead
  [chapter]
  [command=\MyHead]

\defineactivecharacter _ {\mathortext{_}{\_}}

\starttext

\chapter{Short (flat) listing of Standard C classes}

\section{STDC_BASE}

\stoptext
- --


Result:

- --
(./test.tuo
! Missing $ inserted.
inserted text 
$
to be read again 
   _
argument STDC_
BASE
\listtextcommand #1-\begstrut #1
 \endstrut 
\doattributes ...sname [EMAIL PROTECTED] \endcsname \fi {#4
  }\dostopattributes 
argument ...ont \limitatedlistentry {STDC_BASE}}
  \egroup \ifdim \wd 4=\zero...
...
- --


I suppose you know the trick to fix this? If you look at test.tuo you
will see this line:

\listentry{section}{2}{1.1}{STDC_BASE}{2--0-1-1-0-0-0-0--1}{1}


That's the culprit, should have been written as STDC\_BASE I assume.

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[NTG-context] Palet option in setuptyping not working

2007-01-10 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hi All,

(I've repeated this post, because I didn't see any answers. Sample
file included, you can easily check if I'm wrong or right).


It seems user palets don't work (anymore?), just downloaded the new
version but still has the same problem as the version I used before
(aug 2006).

Sample file:

- --
% interface=en

\setupbodyfont
  [postscript,16pt]

\setupcolors
  [state=start]

\setupalign
  [hyphenated]

\definepalet
  [MYcolorpretty]
  [prettyone=colorprettyone,
   prettytwo=colorprettytwo,
   prettythree=colorprettythree,
   prettyfour=colorprettyfour]

\setuptyping
  [TEX]
  [palet=MYcolorpretty]

\starttext

\startTEX
\this \is \a \test
\stopTEX

\stoptext
- --

As you will see, there are no colors anymore.

My tex and context versions:

  This is pdfeTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.20a-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.3) (format=cont-en 
2007.1.4)  4 JAN 2007 20:14
entering extended mode
  ConTeXt  ver: 2007.01.02 13:44 MK II  fmt: 2007.1.4  int: english/english

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[NTG-context] palet option in typing not working

2007-01-03 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hi All (especially Hans :-) ),

It seems user palets don't work (anymore?), just downloaded the new
version but still has the same problem as the version I used before
(aug 2006).

Sample file:

- --
% interface=en

\setupbodyfont
  [postscript,16pt]

\setupcolors
  [state=start]

\setupalign
  [hyphenated]

\definepalet
  [MYcolorpretty]
  [prettyone=colorprettyone,
   prettytwo=colorprettytwo,
   prettythree=colorprettythree,
   prettyfour=colorprettyfour]

\setuptyping
  [TEX]
  [palet=MYcolorpretty]

\starttext

\startTEX
\this \is \a \test
\stopTEX

\stoptext
- --

As you will see, there are no colors anymore.

My tex and context versions:

  This is pdfeTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.20a-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.3) (format=cont-en 
2007.1.4)  4 JAN 2007 20:14
entering extended mode
  ConTeXt  ver: 2007.01.02 13:44 MK II  fmt: 2007.1.4  int: english/english

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Re: [NTG-context] Enable hyphenation or how to check it is enabled

2006-08-18 Thread Berend de Boer
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 Taco == Taco Hoekwater [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 It looks like they get loaded when I generate the format:
 
 language : no patterns en for en (n=1,e=ec,m=ec)
 (lang-en.pat,ukhyph.tex )

Taco On this line, context says it looked for lang-en.pat and
Taco ukhyph.tex but could find neither. The lack of ukhyph.tex is
Taco not an issue, but lang-en.pat should be here:

Ah, that was the golden pointer. I finally found out I still had a
cont-usr.tex in /usr/TeX/texmf-var/tex/context/config/.

After removing that, everything works perfectly again!

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Re: [NTG-context] Enable hyphenation or how to check it is enabled

2006-08-17 Thread Berend de Boer
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 Hans == Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Hans what does context report with respect to loaded patterns ...

Nothing (but it does report things like this when making the format file).


Hans if you run an old version it may be that there ar eno us
Hans patterens (there were tex live's with name changes, aliases
Hans etc unknown to context etc)

Yes, have read that, but that's why ConTeXt includes the patterns
right? So it should work with the new version, but it seems it
doesn't.

Can I explicitly load the patterns?

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Re: [NTG-context] Enable hyphenation or how to check it is enabled

2006-08-17 Thread Berend de Boer
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 Hans == Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Hans can you check if you have a file called 'aliases' in one of
Hans your tex roots? if so, wipe if out,

Nope.

Any other thing I could check or upgrade? Did my test file produce
hyphens on your system?

Here my test file again:

- -
% interface=en

\starttext

\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}
\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}
\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}
\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}

\stoptext
- -

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Re: [NTG-context] Enable hyphenation or how to check it is enabled

2006-08-16 Thread Berend de Boer
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 Thomas == Thomas A Schmitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Thomas I have this at an earlier stage. Later, there's a message
Thomas that the patterns get loaded:

Thomas language : patterns en for en loaded (n=22,e=ec,m=ec)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-us.pat)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-us.hyp)
Thomas language : patterns uk for uk loaded (n=23,e=ec,m=ec)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-uk.pat)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-uk.hyp)
Thomas language : patterns us for us loaded (n=24,e=ec,m=ec)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-us.pat)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-us.hyp)
Thomas language : patterns agr for agr loaded (n=25,e=agr,m=agr)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-agr.pat)
Thomas 
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/patterns/lang-agr.hyp)

Thomas and so on.

Thomas Do you have these messages as well? Otherwise: no patterns
Thomas == no hyphenation.

None at all when compiling my .tex file

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[NTG-context] Enable hyphenation or how to check it is enabled

2006-08-15 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hi All,

I've a weird problem: it just looks like hyphenation is disabled for
my English documents, at least I don't see hyphenation happening at
all. Do I have to enable it explicitly?

This is some US english text. I've specified:

  \language[us]

at the top of my file.

I'm using the latest ConTeXt, 2006-08-08.


It looks like they get loaded when I generate the format:

language: no patterns en for en (n=1,e=ec,m=ec) (lang-en.pat,ukhyph.tex
)
language: hyphenations en for en loaded (n=1,e=ec,m=ec)
(/usr/TeX/texmf/tex/context/patterns/lang-us.hyp))
language: patterns en for en loaded (n=1,e=*,m=*)
language: hyphenations en for en loaded (n=1,e=*,m=*)
language: no patterns uk for uk (n=2,e=ec,m=ec) (lang-uk.pat,ukhyph.tex
)
language: hyphenations uk for uk loaded (n=2,e=ec,m=ec)


I've tried to specify

  \setupalign
[hyphenated]

but that does not seem to help.

Any test I can run to see that hyphenation is actually enabled?

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Re: [NTG-context] Enable hyphenation or how to check it is enabled

2006-08-15 Thread Berend de Boer
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 Thomas == Thomas A Schmitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Thomas Easiest test would be to try some long and weird words
Thomas with \hyphenatedword{transformational}

Thomas in your source. If you get proper hyphens there, the
Thomas problem must lie elsewhere.

I tried this:

\starttext

\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}
\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}
\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}
\hyphenatedword{transformational} \hyphenatedword{transformational}

\stoptext


Overfull message, but no hyphens.

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Re: [NTG-context] \pagefigure does not increment page number

2006-05-25 Thread Berend de Boer
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Aditya Mahajan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:


 I do not know anything about pagefigure. However, looking at its code
 the following should increment pagenumbers.

Thanks for the tip, and it works!

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[NTG-context] \pagefigure does not increment page number

2006-05-22 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hello All (probably Hans :-) ),

\pagefigure does increment the page number. It doesn't place a page
number, I can understand that. But why does it not increment the page
number? Is that by design?

I'm using the context release of 27 April 2006. Or should I upgrade?

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Re: [NTG-context] Natural tables, rulethickness

2006-03-05 Thread Berend de Boer
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Patrick Gundlach [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 but I wish (feature request) something like

 \toprule
 \bTR  \eTR 
 \midrule
 \bTR  \eTR 
 \bTR  \eTR 
 \bTR  \eTR 
 \bottomrule

 or together with \setupTABLE.

Something like:

\def\midrule{% assume we're in a bTABLE
  \bTR[rulethickness=0.8pt,height=\rulethickness,bottomframe=on]\eTR}

might work.

Basically the idea is to insert a very small row with only the rule.

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Re: [NTG-context] Arggh, Nimbus font instead of original Adobe

2006-02-23 Thread Berend de Boer
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Taco Hoekwater [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 It was a core feature I used: the ability to create small PDF files
 with better looking fonts than the Nimbus ones.

 Out of curiousity: what *does* you previewer show in the 'fonts'
 dialog?

Acrobat Reader 7.0 on Linux:

  Helvetica
Type: Type 1
Encoding: Custom
Actual Font: Adobe Sans MM
Actual Font Type: Type 1

File size: 3999 bytes.

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Re: [NTG-context] Arggh, Nimbus font instead of original Adobe

2006-02-22 Thread Berend de Boer
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Adam Lindsay [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 Now, can you take it out for an extended spin/test? I'd like to be able 
 to package it up in a way that (potentially) allows others to use
 it.

I already did. Works perfectly for every document.


 Or: Hans, Taco: is this feature best left as a dangerous curve, best 
 left to specific users who need it?

It was a core feature I used: the ability to create small PDF files
with better looking fonts than the Nimbus ones.

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Re: [NTG-context] Arggh, Nimbus font instead of original Adobe

2006-02-20 Thread Berend de Boer
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Adam Lindsay [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 Read the previous email messages.

Ah, you included a map file, had overlooked that with my first quick
test. Wanted to try the suggestion of Taco when I would have more
time, but you already did the work. Sorry I missed that, and that
works!!

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Re: [NTG-context] Arggh, Nimbus font instead of original Adobe

2006-02-19 Thread Berend de Boer
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Adam Lindsay [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 What fails?

 That is to say, could you please give a more detailed report?

Just that it still includes the Nimbus font.

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[NTG-context] Arggh, Nimbus font instead of original Adobe

2006-02-18 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hello All,

I'm again hit by the disapperance of the Adoboe default fonts. When I
create a PDF document, I get the Nimbus (urw) fonts, instead of the
Adobe.

Sample doc:

=
\setupbodyfont
  [pos,ss,11pt]

\starttext

\subject{Test}

Of correct font.

\stoptext
=


.log file of pdfetex:

subject : - Test
fonts   : using map file: original-base
fonts   : using map file: ec-public-lm
fonts   : using map file: ec-base
fonts   : using map file: original-adobe-euro
fonts   : using map file: 8r-base
fonts   : using map file: 8r-urw-times
fonts   : using map file: original-youngryu-tx
fonts   : using map file: 8r-urw-helvetica
fonts   : using map file: 8r-urw-courier
[1.1{/usr/TeX/texmf-var/fonts/map/pdftex/updmap/pdftex.map}{/usr/TeX/texmf/font
s/map/pdftex/context/original-base.map}{/usr/TeX/texmf/fonts/map/pdftex/context
/ec-public-lm.map}{/usr/TeX/texmf/fonts/map/pdftex/context/ec-base.map}{/usr/Te
X/texmf/fonts/map/pdftex/context/original-adobe-euro.map}{/usr/TeX/texmf/fonts/
map/pdftex/context/8r-base.map}
Warning: pdfetex (file 8r-urw-times.map): cannot open font map file
{/usr/TeX/texmf/fonts/map/pdftex/context/original-youngryu-tx.map}
Warning: pdfetex (file 8r-urw-helvetica.map): cannot open font map file

Warning: pdfetex (file 8r-urw-courier.map): cannot open font map file
]
systems : end file test at line 10
 ){/usr/TeX/texmf-dist/fonts/enc/dvips/base/8r.enc}/usr/TeX/texmf-dist/fonts/t
ype1/urw/helvetic/uhvr8a.pfb
Output written on test.pdf (1 page, 8668 bytes).


updmap --edit gives:

  LW35 ADOBEkb
  pdftexDownloadBase14 false


I'm using the latest context. Perhaps some relevant quotes from my
cont-sys.tex:

\setupencoding[\s!default=8r] % or ec, if you prefer
\usetypescript[berry][\defaultencoding]


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Re: [NTG-context] Arggh, Nimbus font instead of original Adobe

2006-02-18 Thread Berend de Boer
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Adam Lindsay [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 However, if you're independent or otherwise control everybody's
 viewer, try this:

Unfortunately, this doesn't work.

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[NTG-context] Using Adobe built-in fonts with latest context + texlive 204

2005-09-12 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hello All,

I just upgraded my entire TeX system. There are no traces of old files
anymore, everything is brandnew. I installed texlive 2004 (because I
had it on a DVD, thanks NTG!).

I got the latest ConText (Aug 31).

The first thing I had to do was to setup the proper encoding. For
example I had to specify this:

  \setupencoding[\s!default=8r] % or ec, if you prefer
  \usetypescript[berry][\defaultencoding]

or ec encoding, works as well. It didn't work out of the box
unfortunately.

But this seems to get me the URW fonts, not the greatest fonts. It
seems the latest tex has something like updmap, whatever that
is. Using updmap --edit I changed the LW35 setting to ADOBEkb and now
I get the built-in fonts I believe. Is that correct?

But I still got complaints about this one:

  Warning: pdfetex (file ptmbi8a.pfb): cannot open Type 1 font file for reading
  Warning: pdfetex (file ptmri8a.pfb): cannot open Type 1 font file for reading
  Warning: pdfetex (file ptmr8a.pfb): cannot open Type 1 font file for reading
  Warning: pdfetex (file ptmb8a.pfb): cannot open Type 1 font file for reading

But document displays fine BTW.

I fixed that by changing another setting: setting pdftexDownloadBase14
to false.

But I'm a bit confused here. I thought Adobe had made those fonts
freely available, so shouldn't they be in my tex installation? Or is
this still an encoding issue, and should I use a different encoding in
order for pdfetex to find these four missing font files??

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Re: [NTG-context] LaTeX2ConTeXt.tex can't compiled

2004-11-22 Thread Berend de Boer
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VnPenguin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

  ! Font \*12ptrmtf*=utmr8t at 12.0pt not loadable: Metric (TFM) file
  not found.
 
 This looks like a fairly basic error. You don't seem to have the
 metric files for postscript fonts, so it looks your installation
 is not complete.

 Could you tell me where I could found TFM files for this fonts ?

There is a document on the context website that explains how to
do font stuff with context (sorry to busy right now to look it
up). The tool is called texfont I believe.

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Re: [NTG-context] LaTeX2ConTeXt.tex can't compiled

2004-11-18 Thread Berend de Boer
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VnPenguin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 ! Font \*12ptrmtf*=utmr8t at 12.0pt not loadable: Metric (TFM) file
 not found.

This looks like a fairly basic error. You don't seem to have the
metric files for postscript fonts, so it looks your installation
is not complete.

I guess this document doesn't compile either:

- --
\setupbodyfont[ber,pos]

\starttext

hello.

\stoptext
- --

For now, just comment out the setupbodyfont in screen.tex or
paper.tex. You will use the standard TeX fonts, not the postscript
fonts.

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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt in auctex

2004-04-19 Thread Berend de Boer
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Thomas A.Schmitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 this is VERY good news for those of us who use Emacs with ConTeXt, and
 I'm very much looking forward to using it! My question, thought,
 before I start: how does your ConTeXt support behave in relation to
 the modules Patrick has already integrated into AUCTEX? Do the two
 packages integrate, or are they mutually exclusive?

I built on Patrick's excellent work. So just enhanced it with some of
the stuff I had in my other mode.

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2004-02-05 Thread berend
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Re: [NTG-context] \fillinrules with backgroundcolor

2004-01-29 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

This is the effect I like to see:

   Name: [   ]
   Address: []
   [ ]

Where [...] is a colored back ground.

 \definetextbackground[berend][state=start,location=text]

OK, just use tabulate instead of fillinrules. Thanks Hans!

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[NTG-context] \fillinrules with backgroundcolor

2004-01-26 Thread Berend de Boer
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Hello All,

Does anyone know if it is possible to have fillinrules with a
background color? It would be even better if I didn't have the rule,
just a gray background for example.

This is the effect I like to see:

  Name: [   ]
  Address: []
  [ ]

Where [...] is a colored back ground.

Example:

\starttext
\fillinrules[n=1,width=broad]{Name}
\fillinrules[n=2,width=broad]{Address}
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt Switcher?

2003-12-10 Thread Berend de Boer
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Giuseppe Bilotta [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 I agree with you. Productive editing of XML document requires
 specialized editors, and I still haven't found an (open source)
 one that was up to the task. Vex is quite promising, in this
 regard.

It is called emacs and the XML mode is nxml (James Clarke). Produce a
Relax NG schema, and you will be blown away.

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Re: [NTG-context] Broken links in LaTeX2ConTeXt guide fixed

2003-07-19 Thread Berend de Boer
Gerben Wierda [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 That link was dead. But this one worked:

 http://www.berenddeboer.net/tex/LaTeX2ConTeXt.pdf

Oops, typo it should have been:

 http://www.pobox.com/~berend/tex/LaTeX2ConTeXt.pdf

(without the t after latex).

And it is indeed the same version: www.pobox.com/~berend is an alias
that should resolve to my current site.

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[NTG-context] Updated ConTeXt emacs mode

2003-07-18 Thread Berend de Boer
Hello All,

I've updated the context Emacs mode. Download it from:

  http://www.pobox.com/~berend/emacs/context.el

I don't think there is anything really new, just some changes perhaps
so it works more properly with Emacs 21.2.1 what I happen to use now.

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Re: [NTG-context] Sample letter layout, replacement for NTG briefstyle

2003-07-02 Thread Berend de Boer
Frank [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 I currently use the Dutch NTG letter style with LaTeX, which I would
 like to replace with a ConTeXt based system. Even though LaTeX works
 fine, I think that I can better spend my time on learning ConTeXt as
 this will not limit me so much in future projects.

 So I was wondering if any ConTeXt users have already created a layout
 file to write letters, with the appropriate placement of the Address,
 logo's, folding stripes, etc.. If not than I would like to solicit
 some pointers on how to do two things:

 1. place a logo at an exact XY position on the paper

 2. exact placement of the address block (as this needs to fit with
 standard envelope windows).

Here an example (in dutch). Include it like this:

==
\input berendbrief.tex

\starttekst
Yada\crlf
Street\crlf
City\crlf

{\bf Subject}

Dear Whatever,

Test ...
\stoptekst



berendbrief.tex
Description: ConTeXt letter style

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