[NTG-context] slanting small cap glpyhs

2017-04-01 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
to have the slanted version of the regular small cap glyphs. My previous sample outputs slanted, but not from the small cap glyphs. Which is the right way to get them? Many thanks for your help, Pablo -- http://www.

[NTG-context] Bug in \Cap

2017-03-29 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
I don’t know if anyone needs \Cap at all, but it’s broken: \Cap{what} renders ⋒what Greetlings, Hraban --- http://www.fiee.net http://wiki.contextgarden.net GPG Key ID 1C9B22FD ___ If your question is of interest

Re: [NTG-context] drop-cap quote character

2011-02-18 Thread Philipp Gesang
On 2011-02-17 01:30:28, Daniel Lyons wrote: Ideally, \DropCap would notice a piece of leading punctuation and drop it as well. Instead, it seems to look at the punctuation and give up. Example: \def\Drop {\DroppedCaps {} {Serif} {4\baselineskip} {2pt} {2\baselineskip} {3}}

Re: [NTG-context] drop-cap quote character

2011-02-18 Thread Daniel Lyons
On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 01:45:34PM +0100, Philipp Gesang wrote: have you tried Taco’s Lettrine module?[1] It should do the job and allows special handling of quotation marks as well: Works great! Thanks! -- Daniel

[NTG-context] drop-cap quote character

2011-02-17 Thread Daniel Lyons
Ideally, \DropCap would notice a piece of leading punctuation and drop it as well. Instead, it seems to look at the punctuation and give up. Example: \def\Drop {\DroppedCaps {} {Serif} {4\baselineskip} {2pt} {2\baselineskip} {3}} \starttext {\Drop A} \input knuth \page {\Drop “A} \input

[NTG-context] \Cap

2010-11-07 Thread Herbert Voss
The documentation says, that \cap converts the first letter of the word into a capital letter ... But it didn't \starttext \Cap{foo} \stoptext TeXLive and TLContrib Herbert ___ If your question is of interest

Re: [NTG-context] \Cap

2010-11-07 Thread Herbert Voss
Am 07.11.2010 22:22, schrieb Herbert Voss: The documentation says, that \cap converts the first letter of the word into a capital letter ... But it didn't \starttext \Cap{foo} \stoptext TeXLive and TLContrib using the code from core-fnt.mkii it works with mkiv: \unexpanded\def\CAPPED

Re: [NTG-context] Mk II, textstyle=cap not working

2010-04-05 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 23:11, Wolfgang Schuster wrote: Am 04.04.10 22:58, schrieb Michael Ewe: But: how can I find out? Its not in the manual, its not in the manual's source. Feeling kind of lost here ! 1. It helps to know the source and where certain keys are performed. 2. Lots of

Re: [NTG-context] Mk II, textstyle=cap not working

2010-04-05 Thread Hans Hagen
On 4-4-2010 10:58, Michael Ewe wrote: Thank you very much, that works well! But: how can I find out? Its not in the manual, its not in the manual's source. The wiki page about chapter headers says textstyle=cap and mentions \textcommand and \deeptextcommand changed related to cap also relate

[NTG-context] Mk II, textstyle=cap not working

2010-04-04 Thread Michael Ewe
Hello ConTeXt gurus, as a newbie I checked the example from ConTeXt an excursion page 11 (Hasselt makes headlines). The manual says: use textstyle=cap to format a chapter's head in capitals. Short story:the manual lies ;-) The sample does not work (at least in Mk II) Longer story: Sample

Re: [NTG-context] Mk II, textstyle=cap not working

2010-04-04 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 04.04.10 18:12, schrieb Michael Ewe: Hello ConTeXt gurus, as a newbie I checked the example from ConTeXt an excursion page 11 (Hasselt makes headlines). The manual says: use textstyle=cap to format a chapter's head in capitals. Short story:the manual lies ;-) The sample does not work

Re: [NTG-context] Mk II, textstyle=cap not working

2010-04-04 Thread Michael Ewe
Thank you very much, that works well! But: how can I find out? Its not in the manual, its not in the manual's source. The wiki page about chapter headers says textstyle=cap and mentions \textcommand and \deeptextcommand Feeling kind of lost here ! Best Regards Michael Ewe, Germany

Re: [NTG-context] Mk II, textstyle=cap not working

2010-04-04 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Am 04.04.10 22:58, schrieb Michael Ewe: Thank you very much, that works well! But: how can I find out? Its not in the manual, its not in the manual's source. The wiki page about chapter headers says textstyle=cap and mentions \textcommand and \deeptextcommand Feeling kind of lost here ! 1

Re: [NTG-context] \cap is not defined

2009-03-26 Thread Hans Hagen
Eythan Weg wrote: Hi, Today I found that $A \cap $B results in: ! Undefined control sequence. \normalcap -\dohandlemathtoken {cap} l.3 $$A\cap B$$ solved in next beta

[NTG-context] \cap is not defined

2009-03-25 Thread Eythan Weg
Hi, Today I found that $A \cap $B results in: ! Undefined control sequence. \normalcap -\dohandlemathtoken {cap} l.3 $$A\cap B$$ Thanks, Eythan ___ If your

[NTG-context] setuphead[section][style=cap] does not work

2008-11-13 Thread richard . stephens
Hello, I want section headings to be in capitals, but when I use: \setuphead[section][style=cap] I get an error as follows: ! Argument of \getvalue has an extra }. inserted text \par to be read again } \uppercased ...d \xdef \@@expanded {\uppercase {#1

Re: [NTG-context] setuphead[section][style=cap] does not work

2008-11-13 Thread Aditya Mahajan
On Thu, 13 Nov 2008, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I want section headings to be in capitals, but when I use: \setuphead[section][style=cap] I get an error as follows: ! Argument of \getvalue has an extra }. inserted text \par to be read again

Re: [NTG-context] setuphead[section][style=cap] does not work

2008-11-13 Thread Hans Hagen
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I want section headings to be in capitals, but when I use: \setuphead[section][style=cap] I get an error as follows: this is doomed to fail in mkii due to the way tex implements uppercase best use a proper small caps font instead

Re: [NTG-context] \CAP command does not work

2004-08-10 Thread Hans Hagen
Salman Khilji wrote: Why don't I see capitals in the following example? \setupbodyfont [cmr,12pt] \starttext \startbuffer[test] The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. \stopbuffer \getbuffer[test] \CAP{\getbuffer[test]} \stoptext in this case you should follow Hraban's suggestion

[NTG-context] \CAP command does not work

2004-08-09 Thread Salman Khilji
Why don't I see capitals in the following example? \setupbodyfont [cmr,12pt] \starttext \startbuffer[test] The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. \stopbuffer \getbuffer[test] \CAP{\getbuffer[test]} \stoptext ___ ntg-context mailing list

[NTG-context] headertext + cap/uppercased problem

2004-01-15 Thread Tobias Burnus
\setupheader[style=cap] (or style=\uppercased) I get the following error. Any idea why? Tobias ! Missing } inserted. inserted text } to be read again \vskip \doplacelayouttextline ...\scratchpagebox }\vskip -#2\relax

[NTG-context] headertext + cap/uppercased problem

2004-01-14 Thread Tobias Burnus
Hi, I use \setupheadertexts [][{\it\getmarking[sectionnumber]~~~\getmarking[section]}] [{\it Chapter \getmarking[chapternumber]: \getmarking[chapter]}][] which works well. Adding \setupheader[style=cap] (or style=\uppercased) I get the following error. Any idea why