[NTG-context] inserting Chinese characters (MKII)

2009-06-11 Thread Bowen Alan C.
 I have absolutely no knowledge of Chinese, but I am publishing a  
review which inserts two Chinese characters into a document as follows,


 third century alchemist Ge Hong 葛洪 as another

So which of the two Chinese modules on http:// 
modules.contextgarden.net/ should I install or do I need them both? (I  
am assuming that installing one of both of these modules will take  
care of steps 1–4 of the post-ConTeXt 2005.12.19 instructions on http://wiki.contextrarden.net/Chinese 
.)


By the way, the LaTeX file that I am working from has

\begin{TChinese}ËëõÊ¥™\end{TChinese}

where

\newenvironment{TChinese}{%
\CJKfamily{bsmi}%
%\CJKfamily{bkai}%
  \CJKtilde
  \CJKnospace}{}

Alan



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Re: [NTG-context] inserting Chinese characters (MKII)

2009-06-11 Thread Zhichu Chen
Since it's just two characters, why not make it a picture which you
can generate it from your LaTeX output. That'll much easier than
installing the Chinese fonts, generating the typescripts or so.

On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 9:37 PM, Bowen Alan C.acbo...@princeton.edu wrote:
  I have absolutely no knowledge of Chinese, but I am publishing a review
 which inserts two Chinese characters into a document as follows,
  third century alchemist Ge Hong 葛洪 as another
 So which of the two Chinese modules on http://modules.contextgarden.net/
 should I install or do I need them both? (I am assuming that installing one
 of both of these modules will take care of steps 1–4 of the post-ConTeXt
 2005.12.19 instructions on http://wiki.contextrarden.net/Chinese.)
 By the way, the LaTeX file that I am working from has
 \begin{TChinese}ËëõÊ¥™\end{TChinese}
 where
 \newenvironment{TChinese}{%
 \CJKfamily{bsmi}%
 %\CJKfamily{bkai}%
   \CJKtilde
   \CJKnospace}{}
 Alan



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Re: [NTG-context] inserting Chinese characters (MKII)

2009-06-11 Thread Bowen Alan C.
A good idea. Thanks. I do not have LaTeX installed (only the ConTeXt  
Minimals) but I can use Acrobat Pro to capture the Chinese characters  
and take it from there. The result is not bad---the first character is  
not as clear as it might be if it were actually generated using ConTeXt.


Alan
On Jun 11, 2009, at 09;51,24 , Zhichu Chen wrote:


Since it's just two characters, why not make it a picture which you
can generate it from your LaTeX output. That'll much easier than
installing the Chinese fonts, generating the typescripts or so.

On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 9:37 PM, Bowen Alan  
C.acbo...@princeton.edu wrote:
 I have absolutely no knowledge of Chinese, but I am publishing a  
review

which inserts two Chinese characters into a document as follows,
 third century alchemist Ge Hong 葛洪 as another
So which of the two Chinese modules on http://modules.contextgarden.net/
should I install or do I need them both? (I am assuming that  
installing one
of both of these modules will take care of steps 1–4 of the post- 
ConTeXt

2005.12.19 instructions on http://wiki.contextrarden.net/Chinese.)
By the way, the LaTeX file that I am working from has
\begin{TChinese}ËëõÊ¥™\end{TChinese}
where
\newenvironment{TChinese}{%
\CJKfamily{bsmi}%
%\CJKfamily{bkai}%
  \CJKtilde
  \CJKnospace}{}
Alan



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Chen


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No. 2019 | Jialuo Rd. | Jiading | Shanghai | P.R. China
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