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Jan
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revised Typesetting scenes in a novel
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Jan
7
answered Typesetting scenes in a novel
Jan
5
comment command for printing only what has been specified as A or B
To get a different perspective on conditional typesetting, see the ConTeXt page on Modes
Dec
31
answered Showcase of “programming your document” paradigm
Dec
30
answered parametric overlay in context
Dec
28
comment parametric overlay in context
@cfr: I agree with the spirit of your comment (the need for a MWE), but note that this is a question related to ConTeXt, so there will be no \documentclass{...} ... \end{document}.
Dec
22
comment Similar Structured Macros
Yes, but to be supported out of the box in ConTeXt, they need to be mapped to a Unicode slot in a OpenType math font. They look similar to 0x25C1 and 0x25B7. Would those be the right characters to map to \lhd and \rhd?
Dec
22
comment Similar Structured Macros
ConTeXt does not define \lhd and \rhd. Are they supposed to be the same as \triangleleft (0x25C1) and \triangleright (0x25B7)? If so, I can add the appropriate synonyms in char-def.lua
Dec
19
comment Text fonts other than Cambria to match Cambria Math
I must say that the PDF file actually looks much nicer than the above screenshot.
Dec
18
comment Aligning header to the right in ConTeXt
Also see wiki.contextgarden.net/Right_and_left
Dec
17
revised Which is the best editor for LuaTeX?
Added a screenshot
Dec
16
comment ConTeXt: Prevent page break between heading and image
For why LaTeX and ConTeXt behave differently wrt page breaks after sections, see this thread. It is hard to test without a minimal example, but you can also try: \setuphead[after={\blank[samepage]}] or \placefigure[force,here] or \placefigure[always,here]
Dec
16
comment ConTeXt: Prevent page break between heading and image
@BrianM.Hunt: The equivalent of @JohnKormylo's code in ConTeXt will be \setuphead[setion][before={\testpage[4]}] which will check if there are at least space for 4 lines on the page; if not, it will issue a page break.
Dec
6
comment How to convert a ConTeXt document to PowerPoint presentation?
AFAIK, this is not possible (and it is unlikely that such a feature will be available anytime in the future).
Nov
28
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Nov
27
comment How to embed fonts within a ConTeXt document?
How do you compile your ConTeXt documents? Typically, if you are using luatex or pdftex engines (i.e., you use context filename or texexec filename), then ConTeXt embeds the fonts. If you are first generating a dvi file (using texexec --dvi filename) or if you are using xetex (texexec --xetex filename), then embedding for fonts depends on the preference for dvips program.
Nov
27
comment Book style page numbering with ConTeXt
@Johannes_B: Done.
Nov
27
answered Book style page numbering with ConTeXt
Nov
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Nov
20
comment Using LaTeX to solve math problems in LaTeX more efficiently than with only paper
@Tim: computer algebra systems like Mathematica, Sage, or even stuff like IPython, Matlab, etc.