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The environment \setupmakeup has the disadvantage of creating a new page at \stopmakeup, apart from vertically centering its contents. If this default makeup formatting is not desired, a conditional \setupheadertexts may offer a more versatile solution: \setupheadertexts[\doifnot\pagenumber1{Page \currentpage}]


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I hope someone corrects me if I'm wrong, but I can achieve the desired results using the following: \def\updateitemcounter#1{% \setcounter[itemgroup:\currentparentitemgroup] [\currentitemlevel] [#1]% } \startitemize[n,joinedup,packed,repeat] \item Item number 1 \item Item number 2 \updateitemcounter{7} \item Item number 3 ...


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Which version of ConTeXt are you using? I am using 2015.08.13 on Mac and the following example: \definefontfamily[myfamily][serif][Baskerville] \definefontfamily[myfamily][sans][Optima] \setupbodyfont[myfamily] \starttext Hello \sans{World} \stoptext works correctly. pdffonts test.pdf name type encoding ...


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Here is a list of context modules that fulfill tasks of LaTeX packages: Annotation for todo notes like todonotes ConTeXt Lettrines for lettrine Gantt for drawing Gantt charts like pgfgantt simpleslides for the beamer class Letter module for writing letters like letter There are also a few direct ports of LaTeX packages to ConTeXt: Algorithmic AMS-LaTeX ...


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The short answer is: No. This may be the reason that you find the answer in the linked post unsatisfactory. To be a little more precise one has to mention that efforts are beeing made to bridge LaTeX and ConTeXt. Namely there is the LaTeX module for ConTeXt that tries to achieve exactly this. But, it is not fully developed as the description states: ...



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