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May
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comment Fast way to underline words and characters
Or even \newcommand\und{\underline}.
May
15
comment How to search for information about ConTeXt in search engines?
It should be noted that context was named before there were search engines :-)
May
15
comment Creating a table
Simply use () and [] (No need to escape them)
May
14
comment How to create a table (and nothing else) in Latex
It is a bad idea to convert text to jpeg. Converting to png is much better.
May
14
comment How to create a table (and nothing else) in Latex
Use the standalone document class.
May
12
comment macro who argument is proxy of next page break or beginning of a new slide
ConTeXt should work with Tikz. Best is to use context standalone (which can be installed in parallel with texlive or miktex).
May
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awarded  Revival
May
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revised macro who argument is proxy of next page break or beginning of a new slide
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May
12
answered macro who argument is proxy of next page break or beginning of a new slide
May
11
revised Invisible floor and ceil math delimiters
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revised Invisible floor and ceil math delimiters
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May
11
answered Invisible floor and ceil math delimiters
May
9
comment Limitations of ConTeXt?
If you are a graduate student in mathematics, physics, or (parts of) engineering, then you must learn latex to be able to submit papers to journals. None of the mainstream journals accept context. So, the return for the time invested in learning context is much less than that of learning latex.
May
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answered Change font for math functions (sin, log, etc.) in ConTeXt MkIV?
May
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answered Dagger symbol in math mode in ConTeXt with Euler font?
May
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answered Hint for title page layout in ConteXt
May
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answered Listing with source code included from file in ConTeXt (with label and caption)
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Apr
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comment ConTeXt: How to (force) capitalization of the first letter of some string?
This is by design. The idea is that if you want to prevent some words for being capitalized, you should use \Words{What words \word{mean}} which will be rendered as What Words mean. You can use \Word{Massively \word{Parallel Processing}}; if your input is simple text (does not contain macros), then you can also use a simple lua gsub function. \Word is a more complicated macro, because it also handles \word{Made by \CONTEXT} (note that the letters inside \TeX become lowercase).