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MinionPro, including math, in ConTeXt

A rather simple question, which probably will have a complex answer. I'm trying to migrate to ConTeXt, since I want to have a layout not easily achieved with LaTeX (grid...). In LaTeX, MinionPro is ...
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More Math Fonts in ConTeXt

Yesterday Aditya very helpfully updated the Wiki: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Math_fonts#Using_Math_fonts_in_MkIV. Modern, times, palatino, bonus, iwona (not iowna), antykwa-torunska, lucidanova, ...
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Math Fonts in ConTeXt

I have installed a standalone ConTeXt package: ConTeXt ver: 2013.11.10 12:23 MKIV beta fmt: 2013.11.11. This works well using Sublime Text 3 to edit and build ConTeXt. (I downloaded ConTeXt syntax ...
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Formulas in ConTeXt are different from those in plain TeX

I often typeset formulas using TeX and friends. I noticed they are different between ConTeXt and plain TeX recently. \starttext \startformula \int\nolimits_a^bf(x)dx=F(b)-F(a) \stopformula \stoptext ...
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Ampersand in math in ConTeXt

I'm afraid this is fairly obvious and has been asked many times, but I could not find the answer. I am having trouble getting an ampersand in a displayed formula in ConTeXt. I tried the obvious ...
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Number kerning in ConTeXt math mode is different and worse than normal

Compare these two: \starttext \unit{0.01 kilogram} $ \unit{0.01 kilogram} $ \stoptext I would naively expect these to produce very similar results, but the latter case—the one in math mode—we get ...
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How to make written text within math mode appear using the font of the surrounding text in ConTeXt?

In some parts of my document, I have text inside of math mode, to position text, e.g.: \math{ \overset{ \text{This text is above.} } { \text{This text is below.} } } ...
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autopunctuation not working properly

What am I doing wrong? According to my understanding, these two formulae should look different (the second one should have a thin space): \setupmathematics[autopunctuation=yes] \starttext $(2,5)$ ...
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317 views

Different default color for each font in ConTeXt

Is there a way to specify the color along with the font name when using simplefonts? At the moment, I use the following to setup my default fonts. \usemodule[simplefonts] \setmainfont[Ubuntu] ...
2
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1answer
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Double stroke math

I recently started using ConTeXt and am trying to figure out how to place number sets. Namely, how do I get the natural number and real number sets to look like they do in LaTeX, (i.e. \mathbb{N} and ...
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1answer
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Inline Math in Display Mode

I know how to have inline math typeset as in display mode in LaTeX, i.e summations with the index below the sigma, but I'm trying to learn ConTeXt and cannot figure out how to do it. Any thoughts? Is ...
7
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Augmented matrices in ConTeXt?

In LaTeX, I could use: \[ \left[\,\begin{array}{rr|r}2&-3&6\\ 3&4&-9\end{array}\,\right] \] However, in ConTeXt, especially if I want right-alignments of columns, I seem to have to ...
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Matrices in ConTeXt?

I'm typesetting up some linear algebra notes, and in the process moving from LaTeX to ConTeXt. What is the most efficient method of entering matrices in ConTeXt? I can use plain TeX: \startformula ...
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Is there a ConTeXt version of the LaTeX lefteqn?

What I want is to be able to set up equations like this: a very long first expression = the second line = and a third line = and maybe even a fourth In LaTeX, this would be ...