Re: [NTG-context] \unknown lost on xml export

2011-11-06 Thread Hans Hagen
On 5-11-2011 15:52, Marco Pessotto wrote: Hello there. While exporting the ellipses are completely lost. Is there a workaround for cases like that (I have the feeling this is the top of the iceberg)? Not using \unknown but \textellipsis I'm not sure why you're seeing an iceberg. The

Re: [NTG-context] \unknown lost on xml export

2011-11-06 Thread Marco
Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl writes: On 5-11-2011 15:52, Marco Pessotto wrote: Hello there. While exporting the ellipses are completely lost. Is there a workaround for cases like that (I have the feeling this is the top of the iceberg)? Not using \unknown but \textellipsis Thanks. I'm not

[NTG-context] \unknown lost on xml export

2011-11-05 Thread Marco Pessotto
Hello there. While exporting the ellipses are completely lost. Is there a workaround for cases like that (I have the feeling this is the top of the iceberg)? The following minimal example should be clear enough: %%% start example \setupbackend[export=yes] \starttext Hello\unknown{} world!