[NTG-context] underdot in Greek module

2009-11-03 Thread Bowen Alan C.

In MKII (with the latest MKIV),

“!” no longer seems to produce underdots (sublinear dots).

\usemodule[ancientgreek] 
[font=GreekDioxipe,scale=1.15,altfont=GreekCanonica,altscale=0.9]


\starttext
\localgrk{a!n!'h!r}

\stoptext

One can work around this this \d{\grk{...}}, but ...

And is there a command or key for producing diareseis in Greek, again,  
using MKII?


Alan
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Re: [NTG-context] underdot in Greek module

2009-11-03 Thread Bowen Alan C.

Thanks, Thomas.

“\localgrk” is a typo.

The diaeresis command “  ” runs afoul of TeXShop and its eagerness to  
present open and closing quotation marks whenever one types  . I will  
have to look into this: it is not an obvious preference setting.


The lack of a sublinear dot in GreekDioxipe is a pain, since it is the  
font that I am currently using for Aestimatio and I need to keep it  
for the present volume. I will change it for the next volume. In the  
meantime, I will have to resort to my kludge.


All best, Alan

On Nov 3, 2009, at 16;31,52 , Thomas A. Schmitz wrote:



On Nov 3, 2009, at 10:09 PM, Bowen Alan C. wrote:


In MKII (with the latest MKIV),

“!” no longer seems to produce underdots (sublinear dots).

\usemodule[ancientgreek] 
[font=GreekDioxipe,scale=1.15,altfont=GreekCanonica,altscale=0.9]


\starttext
\localgrk{a!n!'h!r}

\stoptext

This has never worked with this particular font because it doesn't  
have a sublinear dot. I get the expected output with a font which  
does have it, e.g. GreekGentium. (Btw, localgrk is not a know  
command.)



One can work around this this \d{\grk{...}}, but ...

And is there a command or key for producing diareseis in Greek,  
again, using MKII?


I'm not sure I understand what you mean. These all work for me:  
\localgreek{'i i `i}.


Thomas


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