Re: [NTG-context] how to insert a imagefile like a letter?

2010-12-16 Thread Jonas Stein
 Why do you need a command, symbols are the perfect tool for this
 and with a symbol you can even do this:

i'd like to renew this document:

http://jonasstein.de/lib/exe/fetch.php?id=downloadcache=cachemedia=signaltabelle.pdf

the tex-code would be more readable if i could write \bell\ \bell\ 

kind regards,

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Re: [NTG-context] how to insert a imagefile like a letter?

2010-12-14 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 14.12.2010 um 05:49 schrieb Jonas Stein:

 bell.pdf provides a small bell in black and white as 
 vectordrawing
 
 
 i'd like to get that bell in height of the current letter f
 on the position where i type \bell
 
 my first test with
 \externalfigure[bell][width=1em]
 creates a bell with lentgh of 1em... but
 
 
 \define[]\bell{\externalfigure[bell][width=1em]\ }
 .
 .
 \starttext
 \bell
 .
 .
 
 
 fails.
 
 How can i get a small bell? 

\definefiguresymbol[bell][bell]

\starttext
… \symbol{bell} …
\stoptext

Wolfgang


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Re: [NTG-context] how to insert a imagefile like a letter?

2010-12-14 Thread Jonas Stein
 bell.pdf provides a small bell in black and white as 
 vectordrawing
 i'd like to get that bell in height of the current letter f
 on the position where i type \bell
 
 my first test with
 \externalfigure[bell][width=1em]
 creates a bell with lentgh of 1em... but
 
 How can i get a small bell? 

 \definefiguresymbol[bell][bell]

 \starttext
 … \symbol{bell} …
 \stoptext

that works fine. Thank you.

the bell has the size of a small 'n' how can i scale it to the
size of an 'f'?

\definefiguresymbol[bell][bell] 
\define[]\bell{\symbol{bell}}
 \starttext
 … \bell …
 \stoptext

fails. Why?

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Re: [NTG-context] how to insert a imagefile like a letter?

2010-12-14 Thread Jaroslav Hajtmar

Hello Jonas,
I did not know about \definefiguresymbol - it's a great idea.
I would not tackled through framed. For example:

\def\bell{\framed[offset=none, frame=off, 
width=1em]{\externalfigure[bell.pdf][width=1em]}}

It does not solve your problem?

Jaroslav



Dne 14.12.2010 14:10, Jonas Stein napsal(a):

bell.pdf provides a small bell in black and white as
vectordrawing
i'd like to get that bell in height of the current letter f
on the position where i type \bell

my first test with
\externalfigure[bell][width=1em]
creates a bell with lentgh of 1em... but

How can i get a small bell?
   

\definefiguresymbol[bell][bell]

\starttext
… \symbol{bell} …
\stoptext
 

that works fine. Thank you.

the bell has the size of a small 'n' how can i scale it to the
size of an 'f'?

\definefiguresymbol[bell][bell]
\define[]\bell{\symbol{bell}}
  \starttext
  … \bell …
  \stoptext

fails. Why?

   


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Re: [NTG-context] how to insert a imagefile like a letter?

2010-12-14 Thread Jaroslav Hajtmar

Hello Jonas,
here is dimensional correction according to the dimensions in the parameter:

\def\bell#1{\setbox0=\hbox{#1}\framed[offset=none, frame=off, 
width=\the\wd0, 
height=\the\ht0]{\externalfigure[bell.pdf][width=\the\wd0,height=\the\ht0]}}


Jaroslav



Dne 14.12.2010 14:10, Jonas Stein napsal(a):

bell.pdf provides a small bell in black and white as
vectordrawing
i'd like to get that bell in height of the current letter f
on the position where i type \bell

my first test with
\externalfigure[bell][width=1em]
creates a bell with lentgh of 1em... but

How can i get a small bell?
   

\definefiguresymbol[bell][bell]

\starttext
… \symbol{bell} …
\stoptext
 

that works fine. Thank you.

the bell has the size of a small 'n' how can i scale it to the
size of an 'f'?

\definefiguresymbol[bell][bell]
\define[]\bell{\symbol{bell}}
  \starttext
  … \bell …
  \stoptext

fails. Why?

   


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Re: [NTG-context] how to insert a imagefile like a letter?

2010-12-14 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 14.12.2010 um 14:10 schrieb Jonas Stein:

 bell.pdf provides a small bell in black and white as 
 vectordrawing
 i'd like to get that bell in height of the current letter f
 on the position where i type \bell
 
 my first test with
 \externalfigure[bell][width=1em]
 creates a bell with lentgh of 1em... but
 
 How can i get a small bell? 
 
 \definefiguresymbol[bell][bell]
 
 \starttext
 … \symbol{bell} …
 \stoptext
 
 that works fine. Thank you.
 
 the bell has the size of a small 'n' how can i scale it to the
 size of an 'f'?
 
 \definefiguresymbol[bell][bell] 

\definefiguresymbol[bell][bell][height=2ex]

 \define[]\bell{\symbol{bell}}

\define\bell{\externalfigure[bell][height=2ex]}

Why do you need a command, symbols are the perfect tool for this
and with a symbol you can even do this:

\startitemize[bell]
\item One
\item Two
\item Three
\stopitemize

Wolfgang

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