Re: [NTG-context] context meeting

2008-08-28 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, August 27, 2008 Hans Hagen wrote: Hi, I really enjoyed myself at last weeks's meeting. Mojca and friends have done a great job. In addition to a filled up program we had a wonderful day going around Slovenia (incredibly silent outside the facilities and a sky full of stars,

[NTG-context] Layers in ConTeXt

2007-07-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, I have a couple of questions concerning the use of layers in ConTeXt. I'm working with Luigi Scarso on a layout which is characterized by some fixed-position elements surrounding the actual main body of text. For the fixed-position elements, I'm using layers. However, my ConTeXt is a

Re: [NTG-context] Layers in ConTeXt

2007-07-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, July 13, 2007 Peter Rolf wrote: Hi Guiseppe, welcome back ;) Thanks :) (btw, it's gIUseppe :D) Giuseppe Bilotta schrieb: The first one is very simple: is there a way to 'fix' the layer's content until they change? I've currently set them as page backgrounds, but their content

Re: [NTG-context] Layers in ConTeXt

2007-07-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, July 13, 2007 Peter Rolf wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta schrieb: The first one is very simple: is there a way to 'fix' the layer's content until they change? I've currently set them as page backgrounds, but their content gets reset on each new page. use a collector (Details, p.75) instead

[NTG-context] Linetables ROW alignment

2007-07-14 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all again, I'm using linetables, because despite their lack of documentation they've been rather easy to set up to achieve the effects I needed (colors, alignment, etc). I have a small problem with the title row though, because I would like its entries to be all typeset centered (whereas

[NTG-context] Section marking forgotten on next even page?

2007-07-14 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, why does \page[even] reset the section marks? Shouldn't this feature be configurable by the user? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to

Re: [NTG-context] Layers in ConTeXt

2007-07-15 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Saturday, July 14, 2007 Aditya Mahajan wrote: On Fri, 13 Jul 2007, Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, Welcome back Giuseppe. I had benifitted a lot from your efforts of improving the math support in ConTeXt. Had it not been for the amsl module, I might have never switched to ConTeXt

[NTG-context] Symmetrical layer positioning?

2007-07-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, is there a secret power switch to tell ConTeXt that a particular layer has different positioning depending on wether it's on a left or right page? I can of course do it manually, either by changing the layer position on each page or by using two layers instead of one, but I wanted to

Re: [NTG-context] Symmetrical layer positioning?

2007-07-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, July 16, 2007 Aditya Mahajan wrote: On Mon, 16 Jul 2007, Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, is there a secret power switch to tell ConTeXt that a particular layer has different positioning depending on wether it's on a left or right page? You can possible use setups and use

Re: [NTG-context] Symmetrical layer positioning?

2007-07-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, July 16, 2007 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Monday, July 16, 2007 Aditya Mahajan wrote: On Mon, 16 Jul 2007, Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, is there a secret power switch to tell ConTeXt that a particular layer has different positioning depending on wether it's on a left or right

Re: [NTG-context] Symmetrical layer positioning?

2007-07-17 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, July 17, 2007 Wolfgang Schuster wrote: 2007/7/17, Giuseppe Bilotta [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Apparently, I mistook what the doublesided option does for layers. I've currently solved the problem in the following way: \definelayer[test][doublesided=yes] \setlayer[test][odd

[NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-19 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, I have to place a number of images into some given-size frames in a layer. The images should be scaled proportionally to fit into the frame. The code I'm working with is: \defineframed[framedimg][ frame=on,framecolor=elux, background=color, backgroundcolor=white, width=\wdfig,

Re: [NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-20 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, July 20, 2007 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, I have to place a number of images into some given-size frames in a layer. The images should be scaled proportionally to fit into the frame. The code I'm working with is: \defineframed[framedimg][ frame=on,framecolor=elux

Re: [NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-22 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Saturday, July 21, 2007 Brian R. Landy wrote: Hi, What version of ConTeXt are you using? I just noticed a difference a few days ago between the version installed by TeXLive 2007 and the April 2007 release (tested locally through contextgarden) placing an image into a natural table, using

Re: [NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, July 23, 2007 luigi scarso wrote: the fit assumes operating on a page not in a box; an alternative is: \framed[width=5cm,height4cm] {\externalfigure[mill.png][maxwidth=4cm,maxheight=5cm,width=10cm]} i.e. setting the maximum values hmm, \frame can be slow. Maybe something

Re: [NTG-context] \setupheader: leftstyle rightstyle

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, July 22, 2007 Mojca Miklavec wrote: However, there seems to be a little bug. This works perfectly well for section (\getmarking[section]), but for chapter the chapter labels seem to be erased after the first appearance. Do you have a \page[even] in between? I've found that the

Re: [NTG-context] factor=fit images don't fit

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, July 22, 2007 Hans Hagen wrote: the fit assumes operating on a page not in a box; Ah, didn't know that. I couldn't even tell from the sources, since it uses enclosing box dimensions and not page or paper sizes. I suspect the logic is broken at the page level too though, let me explain

[NTG-context] Typo in xtag-pre.tex

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/share/texmf/tex/context/base$ grep letterhar * xtag-pre.tex:\defineXMLentities [tex-hat]{\letterhar}{\^{}} [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/share/texmf/tex/context/base$ grep letterhat * cont-new.tex: \let\normalsuper\letterhat cont-new.tex:

[NTG-context] Framing a linetable?

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, is it possible to put a frame around a linetable? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the Wiki! maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl /

[NTG-context] Linetable columns with natural width

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, I really like linetables, but there's one thing I'm having problems with: setting its column to have a 'natural' width depending on maximum content width, and letting ConTeXt calculate this automatically. Is it possible? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

[NTG-context] Nested comma list processing problems

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, I'm trying to get a comma list element from within a processaction from within a processcommacommand. Obviously, ConTeXt gets confused by which commalistelement is which, and bombs out complaining about incomplete paragraphs and so. Is there a set of macros which I have to push/pop

Re: [NTG-context] Nested comma list processing problems

2007-07-24 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hi Peter, Just guessing.. If your list contains comma-separated-lists, you should use \processallactionsinset (s. syst-gen.tex). ...but it's not quite clear to me, what's your exact problem. A minimal example would help. Thanks for the reply. We've radically changed the way we handle

[NTG-context] Vertical align inside a frame?

2007-07-27 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, how do I tell ConTeXt that I want the frame content to be top, bottom or middle aligned? I found no way to specify *vertical* alignment except by nesting frames and specifying the location= of the inner frame as desired. Am I missing something obvious? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

Re: [NTG-context] Vertical align inside a frame?

2007-07-28 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Saturday, July 28, 2007 Thomas A. Schmitz wrote: Are you maybe looking for p. 254 of cont-eni.pdf? Oh yes! top and bottom. Thanks a lot! -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ If your question is of interest to others

Re: [NTG-context] Vertical align inside a frame?

2007-07-28 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Saturday, July 28, 2007 Patrick Gundlach wrote: Hi Giuseppe, the location= of the inner frame as desired. Am I missing something obvious? I don't think so, this was an example from Hans: \framed[width=2cm,align=middle,location=hanging]{location\\equals\\hanging}

Re: [NTG-context] Framing a linetable?

2007-07-28 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, July 24, 2007 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, is it possible to put a frame around a linetable? you mean the whole table? probably a matter of hooks; linetables work page-wise which may complicate things a bit so it has to be applied piecewise I've been

[NTG-context] Linetable height (actually, depth) bug

2007-07-28 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, as I mentioned in the 'framing a linetable' thread, there is a bug in the stable (march '07) version of ConTeXt concerning the linetable *depth*. Example file: \setupcolors[state=start] \starttext \setuplinetable[r][2][height=30pt,background=color,backgroundcolor=blue]

Re: [NTG-context] Non-printing macro disturbs line justification.

2007-07-29 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Saturday, July 28, 2007 John R. Culleton wrote: I did a big project in Context and becuse I wanted to use the special features of eplain's interface to makeindex I wrote my own indexing macro. Every place I inserted a call to this macro extra space appeared at that point. Here is my macro:

[NTG-context] Boxed items don't like sidefloats

2007-07-31 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, here's a test document: \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided] \newbox\testbox \starttext \setbox\testbox\vbox{% \placefigure[outer,none,fit]{}{% \framed[width=.2\hsize,height=.2\hsize,offset=none]{}% }% \startitemize \item some test \item \input knuth

Re: [NTG-context] Linetable height (actually, depth) bug

2007-07-31 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, July 29, 2007 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello all, as I mentioned in the 'framing a linetable' thread, there is a bug in the stable (march '07) version of ConTeXt concerning the linetable *depth*. Example file: \setupcolors[state=start] \starttext

Re: [NTG-context] Boxed items don't like sidefloats

2007-07-31 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 Wolfgang Schuster wrote: you can use ConTeXt's stream mechanism. \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided] \usemodule[streams] \definestreamlayer[giuseppe][width=\textwidth] \newbox\giuseppe \starttext \startstreamlayer[giuseppe] \placefigure

Re: [NTG-context] Boxed items don't like sidefloats

2007-07-31 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 Wolfgang Schuster wrote: you can use ConTeXt's stream mechanism. \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided] \usemodule[streams] \definestreamlayer[giuseppe][width=\textwidth] I've noticed that specifying width= in the streamlayer definition is not enough to force

Re: [NTG-context] Boxed items don't like sidefloats

2007-07-31 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Ah, excellent, it works perfectly, thanks a lot! Of course, I'm still curious about the reason why a standard vbox wouldn't do it ... sidefloats hook into the output routine and that does ot work in a box; Makes sense

Re: [NTG-context] Boxed items don't like sidefloats

2007-08-01 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, August 1, 2007 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: You know, seeing how streams work made me think about an extension I was considering for Alpeh: \pageboxnumber, being 255 by default but which could be changed at runtime, choosing which box was used to build the MVL. I

Re: [NTG-context] Boxed items don't like sidefloats

2007-08-02 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, August 1, 2007 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: This is a very good thing. I have big hopes up for it. Also, as part of my ?getting back into the loop?, do you think there's some where/some how I can give a hand? well, mplib ... apart from going megapost (your

Re: [NTG-context] [ot] \relax

2007-08-10 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, August 10, 2007 luigi scarso wrote: Martina was born on thursday,August 09 2007 (09/08/07). Mum and baby are allright, daddy a bit blurred, as the photo says . Congratulazioni! :) Ora comincia il bello ... Congratulations! :) Now the fun starts ... -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

Re: [NTG-context] installing MKIV

2007-08-11 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, August 10, 2007 Taco Hoekwater wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Actually, /usr/bin/luatex --luaonly could be used as shebang. It doesn't work on all systems, but it should work on most modern installations. Yes, but #!/usr/bin/env luatex --luaonly is much less portable, and tex

[NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I just upgraded my MiKTeX and ConTeXt, and I found out that ConTeXt tries to load Latin Modern regardless of my choice. Example document: \setupbodyfont[ppl,rm,12pt]% \starttext Hello, world! \stoptext Discarding my \setupbodyfont, ConTeXt tries to load ec-lmr12. Suggestions? -- Giuseppe

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Adam Lindsay wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta said this at Wed, 6 Jul 2005 14:02:10 +0200: \setupbodyfont[ppl,rm,12pt]% ppl is defined in type-pre, which is apparently deprecated in the latest ConTeXt. \usetypescript[palatino][ec] \setupbodyfont

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 luigi.scarso wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: ConTeXt still tries to load lmr12, though: This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.21a-2.2 (MiKTeX 2.4) (preloaded format=cont-en 2005.7.6) 6 JUL 2005 15:47 entering extended mode **tesi.tex (tesi.tex I N B O C C A A L

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: this is weird, esp since this is pretty old untouched stuff I'll bet it's because lm is the new default font, so regardless of what I try to load it still tries to get that, first thing. -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: ! Font \*12ptrmtf*=ec-lmr12 not loadable: Metric (TFM) file not found. maybe its a fall back font that is loaded here; in any case, you need to have latin modern on your machine (well, you want that any way in order to hyphenate italian -) By no

Re: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: I just upgraded my MiKTeX and ConTeXt, and I found out that ConTeXt tries to load Latin Modern regardless of my choice. Example document: \setupbodyfont[ppl,rm,12pt]% \starttext Hello, world! \stoptext Discarding my \setupbodyfont

Re[4]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Otared Kavian wrote: \usetypescript [adobekb] [ec] Thank you very much. This, combined with the suppression of \preloadfonts, fixed all of my problems. -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ ntg-context mailing list

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-06 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: By no reason I should *need* Latin Modern. I want to use Palatino, not Latin Modern. If ConTeXt can't find a font, it should complain about *that* font missing. Context behaves precisely like before: it loads the fallback family at \everyjob. It

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, July 6, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: The fallback being a fallback, it should be something that everybody has for sure. So it should stay cmr12. This, at least, is MNHO. Is there a way to set the fall-back font? (In cont-usr or something) actually, lmr

[NTG-context] \openlineheight not set

2005-07-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
It seems that \setupbodyfont does not set \openlineheight, I have to call \switchtobodyfont to call it. Is this as intended? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ ntg-context mailing list ntg-context@ntg.nl http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-08 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Thursday, July 7, 2005 Adam Lindsay wrote: Me neither, but they look to be of good quality, but of lesser glyph coverage (lacking AMS symbols) than the PX fonts. That said, the basic three fonts are 99.8% glyph compatible with the existing PX support. So ConTeXt uses the PX family for math

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Why does ConTeXt try to load Latin Modern?

2005-07-08 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, July 8, 2005 Adam Lindsay wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta said this at Fri, 8 Jul 2005 10:11:01 +0200: Thursday, July 7, 2005 Adam Lindsay wrote: Me neither, but they look to be of good quality, but of lesser glyph coverage (lacking AMS symbols) than the PX fonts. That said, the basic three

Re[2]: [NTG-context] How to override a font in a typescript

2005-07-08 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, July 8, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Practical example: when I set up palatino, the typescript file set 'modern' as the typeface (which again tries to load the lm files :)) Assume now that I want to overrule that choice, and only that choice. Can I do this from

Re[2]: [NTG-context] How to override a font in a typescript

2005-07-08 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, July 8, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: you can define any typescript that you want, so \starttypescript [my-palatino] [ec] \definetypeface [palatino] [rm] [serif] [palatino] [default] [encoding=\typescripttwo] \definetypeface [palatino] [tt] [mono] [courier] [default]

[NTG-context] Preliminary support for the Luxi typeface

2005-07-08 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I couldn't find the appropriate typescript definition in ConTeXt, so here's the initial stuff: \starttypescript[mono][luxi][\defaultencoding] \definefontsynonym[Luxi] [\defaultencoding-ul9r8a] [encoding=\defaultencoding] \definefontsynonym[LuxiBold]

Re[2]: [NTG-context] How to override a font in a typescript

2005-07-08 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, July 8, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: \definetypescriptsynonym[modern][courier] That's quite a hack, but if there is no other choice ... but a valid one; well, the idea is that oen can combine fonts, so ... Not so valid at all. For example, it doesn't allow me

[NTG-context] Disappearing figures

2005-09-10 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello people, I think I spotted a bug either in ConTeXt or in my capability comprehension. Take the following simple code: \placefigure[here][testfigs]{Test cases}{ \startcombination[3*3] {\externalfigure[tests/curves.1]}{Testcase~1} {\externalfigure[tests/curves.2]}{Testcase~2}

[NTG-context] Need more documentation on tables

2005-09-10 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Ok, even with the wiki and all the manuals around (which are getting obsolete, too) there is definitely too little documentation on the various tabulation formats. The biggest problem is that each table type has its ability, but there is nothing that can do everything. Simplest example, I'm

Re: [NTG-context] Need more documentation on tables

2005-09-11 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Saturday, September 10, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Ok, even with the wiki and all the manuals around (which are getting obsolete, too) there is definitely too little documentation on the various tabulation formats. The biggest problem is that each table type has its ability

[NTG-context] Switching to smaller font more thoroughly

2005-09-11 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
For a particular table, I need to switch to a smaller body font. Currently I'm using {\tfxx \placetable etc \par} but this way the math in the table doesn't get switched. Is there a way to make a more thorough switch? I tried \switchtobodyfont but it didn't work ... -- Giuseppe Oblomov

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Switching to smaller font more thoroughly

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: For a particular table, I need to switch to a smaller body font. Currently I'm using {\tfxx \placetable etc \par} but this way the math in the table doesn't get switched. Is there a way to make a more thorough

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Disappearing figures

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: Same problem here, even with only this: \starttext \externalfigure[curves.1] \stoptext I've copied curves.1 from the tests dir to its parent, and I still get a 'not found' on the second run. Makes no sense. Interestingly, it's

Re[2]: [NTG-context] No parindent?

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Idris Samawi Hamid wrote: This is a known bug-) Try declaring indentation twice, \setupindenting[medium,next] \setupindenting[medium,next] It worked 4 me-) Bingo! (And keep your hopes up, I'm steadly heading towards the end of my PhD :)) -- Giuseppe Oblomov

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Need more documentation on tables

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Ok, even with the wiki and all the manuals around (which are getting obsolete, too) there is definitely too little documentation on the various tabulation formats. The biggest problem is that each table type has its ability

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Switching to smaller font more thoroughly

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: \placetable[here][tables]{Caption}{ \switchtobodyfont[5pt] etc. } It doesn't work either way. Do you have an example? See the example I just posted in the Need more documentation on tables

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Switching to smaller font more thoroughly

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: \setuptables[bodyfont=small] \setuptabulate[bodyfont=small] the reason is that spacing depends on the bodyfont size so it need to be controlled somehow What if want it for only some of the tables? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

[NTG-context] No small caps?

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I have Palatino as main font set up with \usetypescript[adobekb][8r] \loadmapfile[context-base] \usetypescript[palatino][8r] \setupbodyfont[palatino,rm,12pt] \switchtobodyfont[12pt] Plus I have \setupcapitals[sc=yes] \definestartstop[abstract] [before={\sc Abstract.\hskip1em}] But \starttext

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Switching to smaller font more thoroughly

2005-09-12 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Monday, September 12, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: \setuptables[bodyfont=small] \setuptabulate[bodyfont=small] the reason is that spacing depends on the bodyfont size so it need to be controlled somehow What if want it for only

Re[2]: [NTG-context] No small caps?

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: The corrected input is: \usetypescript[adobekb][ec] \definefontsynonym [ec-uplr8a-capitalized-800] [pplrc8t] [encoding=ec] \loadmapfile[context-base] \usetypescript[palatino][ec]

[NTG-context] Bold BibTeX refs in text?

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
This is my bibliography set up \usemodule[bib] \setupbibtex[database={mrabbrev,bezier}] \setuppublications[numbering=yes, sorttype=cite, numbercommand=\bracketed, refcommand=num] I would have liked the in-text bibtex refs to come out in

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Bold BibTeX refs in text?

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, September 13, 2005 Mojca Miklavec wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: I would have liked the in-text bibtex refs to come out in bold, so I tried: \setupcite[num][before={\start\bf},after={\stop}] \setupcite[num][left={[\start\bf},right={\stop]}] Aha! Left and right, not before

[NTG-context] [BIB] Extra space before surname

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello, I just noticed that there is an extra space before the surname if there is no von part. My setup: \def\bracketed#1{[#1]} \usemodule[bib] \setupbibtex[database={mrabbrev,bezier}] \setuppublications[numbering=yes, sorttype=cite, criterium=all,

Re[2]: [NTG-context] [BIB] Extra space before surname

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, September 13, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello, I just noticed that there is an extra space before the surname if there is no von part. Sounds like a familiar bug. Please try this (and let me know if it works or not): \usemodule[bib

[NTG-context] Section level of system supplied section?

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I found myself in the need to manually specify the section level at which things like e.g. the table of contents, bibliography etc were to appear. I did this with \let\systemsuppliedtitle\subject, but it looks like an (undocumented) hack. Is there some more correct way? -- Giuseppe Oblomov

Re[2]: [NTG-context] [BIB] Extra space before surname

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, September 13, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: \def\invertedshortauthor#1#2#3#4#5% {\doifnotempty{#2}{#2\bibalternative\c!vonsep}% #3\bibalternative\c!surnamesep \doifnotempty{#5}{#5\bibalternative\c!juniorsep}% \doifnotempty{#4}{#4\unskip}} No luck ... subject

Re[2]: [NTG-context] [BIB] Extra space before surname

2005-09-13 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, September 13, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: oh, I'm sorry. Wrap the definition in \unprotect ... \protect, please. Bingo. Thank you very much. -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ ntg-context mailing list ntg-context@ntg.nl

Re[3]: [NTG-context] Need more documentation on tables

2005-09-15 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 12, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: No, table is actually all right. I seem to have met a bug, though. The key c doesn't seem to work in a \ReFormat \placetable[here][approx-1-0.11269]{Results for curve 1, radius 0.11269} {\tfxx \starttable[|l|l|r|ra.o0|l|ra.o0|l|ra.o0|l

[NTG-context] Including images in included files in subdirectory

2005-09-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Situation: Tree structure: main.tex subdir/inc.tex subdir/fig.1 in main .tex \include subdir/inc.tex in subdir/inc.tex \externalfigure[fig.1] texexecing main.tex doesn't find the figure fig.1 subdir/inc.tex must use \externalfigure[subdir/fig.1] for the figure to be found. IMO

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Need more documentation on tables

2005-09-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Thursday, September 15, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: \def\!tfReFormat#1% {\the \!taLeftGlue \vbox{\forgetall\ialign{\span\the\!taDataColumnTemplate\cr#1\cr}}% \the \!taRightGlue \kern\zeropoint} % prevents \unskip put this in cont-new.tex (or core-tab.tex); it replaces a thrd-tab

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Including images in included files in subdirectory

2005-09-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, September 16, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: I agree with Willi and Wolfgang's remarks, but I also agree with Giuseppe that the behaviour is a bit weird. Assuming context will not be changed, something about this should be written down somewhere (in manual or Wiki). Good point. It's all

[NTG-context] A side by side float that takes advantage of the margin

2005-09-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I have a situation when I have to put side by side two floats (a table and figure). My current code is \placetable[here][label]{caption}% {\\placesidebyside {table code}{figure code} } The problem is that sometimes the combined width of table and figure is bigger than the textwidth. I would like

Re[2]: [NTG-context] A side by side float that takes advantage of the margin

2005-09-16 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, September 16, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: I have a situation when I have to put side by side two floats (a table and figure). My current code is \placetable[here][label]{caption}% {\\placesidebyside {table code}{figure code} } Have you tried \centerline

Re[2]: [NTG-context] lilypond inclusion + pdf crop (getting off-topic)

2005-09-17 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, September 16, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Adam Lindsay wrote: This cuts very close to my day job, yet I never would have imagined ConTeXt could enable this for people... wait till you see what a lua enhancec context can do (playing with it now) -) Perl, Ruby, Lua ... what next? --

[NTG-context] Complex layout question

2005-09-17 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hi all, I have a LARGE (we're talking about the hundred scale) number of floats I would like to distribute across a document. These are paired (a table and a figure). The layout that results from coupling them side by side doesn't satisfy me, so I was looking for a different approach. I would like

[NTG-context] Top-aligned startcombination?

2005-09-18 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I have \start/\stopcombinations where the elements in a row have different heights, and the combinations bottom-align them. Is there a way to top-align them? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ ntg-context mailing list ntg-context@ntg.nl

[NTG-context] No math font???

2005-09-18 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Strange ... this simple document \starttext \startformula a^2+b^2 = 1 \stopformula \stoptext says the formula had to be deleted for lack of symbol fonts ... do I have a flaky installation? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ ntg-context mailing list

Re: [NTG-context] No math font???

2005-09-18 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, September 18, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Strange ... this simple document \starttext \startformula a^2+b^2 = 1 \stopformula \stoptext says the formula had to be deleted for lack of symbol fonts ... do I have a flaky installation? Bah. Forget this, I forgot I was set up

Re[3]: [NTG-context] Switching to smaller font more thoroughly

2005-09-18 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Tuesday, September 13, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Monday, September 12, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Monday, September 12, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: \setuptables[bodyfont=small] \setuptabulate[bodyfont=small] the reason is that spacing depends on the bodyfont size so

Re: [NTG-context] Top-aligned startcombination?

2005-09-18 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, September 18, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: I have \start/\stopcombinations where the elements in a row have different heights, and the combinations bottom-align them. Is there a way to top-align them? Ok, found that it's not possible to do it per-combination, unless you define a new

[NTG-context] Bold next table row?

2005-09-18 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Is there a way to enforce the next table row (in \starttable...\stoptable) to be in bold? I know I can change the color with \\CL[color] ... -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___ ntg-context mailing list ntg-context@ntg.nl

Re[2]: [NTG-context] lilypond inclusion + pdf crop (getting off-topic)

2005-09-18 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, September 18, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Perl, Ruby, Lua ... what next? megapost (by Giuseppe Bilotta) lualeph (by Giuseppe Bilotta) i'm told that he will start with that when he finished his thesis -) Who's this nutcase? ;) Seriously, as long

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Complex layout question

2005-09-19 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, September 18, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hi all, I have a LARGE (we're talking about the hundred scale) number of floats I would like to distribute across a document. These are paired (a table and a figure). The layout that results from coupling them side by side

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Top-aligned startcombination?

2005-09-19 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Monday, September 19, 2005 Wolfgang Zillig wrote: Perhaps this exaple helps (fron cont-eni.pdf, p254). Here it is done with a test in a box, but should be possible with figures as well. Wolfgang \setupframed[width=.2\hsize,height=3cm,align=middle] \startcombination[4]

Re: [NTG-context] Re: Need more documentation on tables

2005-09-19 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Thursday, September 15, 2005 Patrick Gundlach wrote: [...] Should I write some documentation about TaBlE preambles and commands (for the Wiki), Giuseppe, please do so. Done http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Table -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta ___

Re: [NTG-context] Bold next table row?

2005-09-19 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Sunday, September 18, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Is there a way to enforce the next table row (in \starttable...\stoptable) to be in bold? I know I can change the color with \\CL[color] ... Anybody knows if this is possible or not? -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

[NTG-context] Block of text with natrual width but right-aligned

2005-09-22 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I have a few lines that I need to push towards the right maring. The lines should all have their natural width, and be all left-aligned to the left of the block, but the block itself should be right aligned. Like the following First line of text |

Re[2]: [NTG-context] Block of text with natrual width but right-aligned

2005-09-22 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Thursday, September 22, 2005 Adam Lindsay wrote: Talking to myself... Adam Lindsay said this at Thu, 22 Sep 2005 11:22:18 +0100: (I played with location= in \framedtext, but it didn't have the results I expected.) (Silly mistake...) \defineframedtext[Giuseppe]

[NTG-context] bib module: support \noopsort

2005-10-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello Taco, would it be possible for your module to support the \noopsort command you can find in some .bib files? Basically, a key like key = {\noopsort{value1}}value2 will print as value2 but be sorted under value1 (details in the bibtex references? For the time being I'm just putting a

Re[2]: [NTG-context] bib module: support \noopsort

2005-10-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Friday, October 7, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote: Giuseppe Bilotta wrote: Hello Taco, would it be possible for your module to support the \noopsort command you can find in some .bib files? Sure, will do (new beta later today). THanks. For the time being I'm just putting a \let\noopsort

[NTG-context] Automatic next indent

2005-10-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, and Hans in particular: Some time ago http://www.mail-archive.com/ntg-context@ref.ntg.nl/msg01744.html I had proposed a patch that added the auto value to some commmon indentnext options. I would *really* this to be taken into consideration. Rationale: things like formulas,

[NTG-context] Smart \in

2005-10-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello all, I have a document which is split into separate \parts. I would like the \in command ( friends) to automatically add the part reference when cross-referencing across parts. Example: \part[part:one]{Part one} \chapter[ch:one]{Chapter one} \chapter[ch:two]{Chapter two} As seen in

[NTG-context] \setupregister - \setupindex

2005-10-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I just noticed that \setupindex is not exactly the same as \setupregister[index]; indeed, \setupindex does not allow the syntax \setupindex[form][options=values] whereas \setupregister[index][form][options=values] is valid. -- Giuseppe Oblomov Bilotta

[NTG-context] A particular form of index (register) coupling

2005-10-07 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello, I have a register where all the entries appear once (and only once) in a particular form (\index[def::]{entry}) but can appear any number of times in the standard form (\index{entry}). I would like the particular coupling to make all standard form entries clickable and linking to the one

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