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Oct
16
answered Running R code from latex. (alternative to knitr)
Oct
12
revised Setting paragraphs inside \setlayer
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Oct
12
answered Setting paragraphs inside \setlayer
Oct
12
comment Setting paragraphs inside \setlayer
Either use \setlayer[...]{\framed[...]{...}} or the equivalent \setlayerframed[....][...]{...}
Oct
11
awarded  Revival
Oct
11
answered Perform spreadsheet-like calculations and display formula and result
Oct
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
9
answered How to draw a rule without knowing its specific width?
Oct
8
comment How to convert a ConTeXt document to PowerPoint presentation?
@Kurt: I don't really have an answer (other than saying that a solution is unlikely)
Oct
7
comment Underline just words, not the space between them
@Rakesh: \starttext ... \stoptext is similar to \begin{document} ... \end{document} in LaTeX. \startlines ... \stoplines treats a new line in the input as \\ ; this is meant for poems, etc., but is also useful when giving examples because then you don't have to add \\ after each line.
Oct
7
revised Underline just words, not the space between them
How to lower the line
Oct
7
comment Underline just words, not the space between them
@Mico: You can lower the line (i.e., change the distance between the line and the baseline of the text) so that it does not intersect with the descenders. See edited answer.
Oct
7
answered Underline just words, not the space between them
Oct
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
20
comment Pandoc-generated PDF contains large images, how can I make them fit into the page?
@CompEcon: In the ConTeXt template for pandoc (somewhere before \starttext)
Sep
16
answered Is there a parser of classic LaTeX/ConTeXt syntax?
Sep
14
comment Is there a parser of classic LaTeX/ConTeXt syntax?
Depends on why you want to parse the input. For ConTeXt, the "easiest" solution is to export your output to XML and then use an XML parsing lib to parse the output. That is signifanctly easier than parsing ConTeXt input.
Sep
4
comment How should I avoid orphan and widow lines in Context
@DaveSmith: Normally, ConTeXt tries hard not to create orphans and widows, so it is hard to suggest solutions without seeing the problem. You can try \setuptolerance[vertical,verytolerant].
Sep
3
comment How should I avoid orphan and widow lines in Context
Can you post an example?