### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

Tobias Burnus wrote: Hello, %D \startbuffer %D \placeformula \startformula \startalign %D \NC a \NC \eq b \NR[+] %D \NC c \NC \neq d \NR %D \NC\NC \neq f \NR[for:hans] %D \NC\NC \geq g \NR[for:whoelse][a] %D \NC\NC \leq h \NR[for:whomore][b] %D \NC\NC \neq i \NR %D

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

--- On Jan 13, Aditya Mahajan wrote --- --- On Jan 13, Hans Hagen wrote --- Aditya Mahajan wrote: No, I mean the complicated math is much harder in context. Consider \begin{align} a = b \\ c = d \notag \\ = f \notag \\ = g \end{align} which will typeset as a = b(1) c =

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

Hello, %D \startbuffer %D \placeformula \startformula \startalign %D \NC a \NC \eq b \NR[+] %D \NC c \NC \neq d \NR %D \NC\NC \neq f \NR[for:hans] %D \NC\NC \geq g \NR[for:whoelse][a] %D \NC\NC \leq h \NR[for:whomore][b] %D \NC\NC \neq i \NR %D \stopalign \stopformula %D

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

Just to give you some hints what's already there... Aditya Mahajan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: 63 lines deleted by Adam Duck 1. Have align support with variable number of columns. a = b = c + d + e should be typeset as a = b = c + d + e At least this should be

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

--- On Jan 14, Adam Duck wrote --- Just to give you some hints what's already there... Aditya Mahajan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: 63 lines deleted by Adam Duck 1. Have align support with variable number of columns. a = b = c + d + e should be typeset as a = b = c + d

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

Aditya Mahajan wrote: No, I mean the complicated math is much harder in context. Consider \begin{align} a = b \\ c = d \notag \\ = f \notag \\ = g \end{align} which will typeset as a = b(1) c = d = f = g(2) \begin{subequations} \begin{align} a = b \\ c = d

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

--- On Jan 13, Hans Hagen wrote --- Aditya Mahajan wrote: No, I mean the complicated math is much harder in context. Consider \begin{align} a = b \\ c = d \notag \\ = f \notag \\ = g \end{align} which will typeset as a = b(1) c = d = f = g(2)

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

Kumar Appaiah wrote: I have been using ConTeXt for a short time now, after I switched from LaTeX. I find it quite great, but I have two queries regarding it. I am using teTeX in Debian (unstable). 1. Are the Lucida Bright fonts used in the documentation part of the complete teTeX

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

On Thu, 12 Jan 2006, Hans Hagen wrote: Kumar Appaiah wrote: 2. The tutorial tells us to refer to other sources (The TeX Book) for more on Math typesetting. Is there any online resource which would explain TeX (as opposed to LaTeX) math? most math (also in latex) is tex math, macro

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

Aditya Mahajan wrote: Most math in latex is *not* same as tex math. Though, most that can be done with latex can also be done in tex, but latex does provide a nice interface which sadly is missing in context. amsl and nath modules provide some of this functionality but a lot still needs to be

### Re: [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

On Thu, 12 Jan 2006, Hans Hagen wrote: Aditya Mahajan wrote: Most math in latex is *not* same as tex math. Though, most that can be done with latex can also be done in tex, but latex does provide a nice interface which sadly is missing in context. amsl and nath modules provide some of this

### [NTG-context] Reg. fonts and math

I have been using ConTeXt for a short time now, after I switched from LaTeX. I find it quite great, but I have two queries regarding it. I am using teTeX in Debian (unstable). 1. Are the Lucida Bright fonts used in the documentation part of the complete teTeX documentation or are they fonts