Reputation
39,363
Next tag badge:
916/1000 score
183/200 answers
Badges
1 73 164
Newest
 Nice Answer
Impact
~1.8m people reached

Oct
8
revised ConTeXt enumerate in margin
Added output image
Oct
8
answered ConTeXt enumerate in margin
Oct
7
comment ConTeXt enumerate in margin
Can you show how the output is supposed to look like? I have a hard time understanding the visual description. Regarding Euler, in MkIV you should use the NeoEuler font (search github).
Oct
7
comment Altering page setups within postponed blocks
Are you using MkII or MkIV! ConTeXt MkIV has been almost reimplemented from scratch since 2010. At some stage you will need to bite the bullet and move to a newer version. One suggestion is to try to install ConTeXt minimals (which can be installed in parallel to TL), so that if you can still fall back to TL if something breaks with the latest version.
Oct
7
comment Altering page setups within postponed blocks
I also tested the above example on 2012.10.02 and get the correct output in that case as well.
Oct
7
comment Altering page setups within postponed blocks
Which version of ConTeXt are you using? I testing my solution on 2012.07.19.
Oct
7
comment ConTeXt mkiv: Footnote inside tabulation
I'd call the current behavior (need to include the material in a vbox) as an implementation bug.
Oct
6
answered Altering page setups within postponed blocks
Oct
6
comment Making a centrefold figure
Search for \startposponing
Oct
4
awarded  Necromancer
Oct
3
comment ConTeXt mkiv: Footnote inside tabulation
The syntax of \placelegend has changed. See my comment to Marco's answer.
Oct
3
comment ConTeXt mkiv: Footnote inside tabulation
You can also use \startplacelegend[location={...}] \startcontent <table> \stopcontent \startcaption \placelocalfootnote \stopcontent \stoplegend instead of \midaligned{...}. This gives you more structure (important when you think in terms of exporting to other formats), and also gives a easier way to control the location of the notes).
Oct
2
comment LaTeX equivalent of <br><br><br> in HTML?
Why the false dichotomy between "professional typesetting" and "freedom" :)
Oct
2
answered LaTeX equivalent of <br><br><br> in HTML?
Oct
1
comment Print macro signature
@MMM if you are just keeping track of characters, use \let\1\pygment :)
Oct
1
answered How to create counters that display and increment dates in ConTeXt?
Sep
30
comment How to align a set of my equations?
Another option will be to use falignat, which will force e therefore and because to the left of the display.
Sep
25
comment Problem with ConTeXt (MkIV), Hebrew and ligatures
If you know the name of the open type feature for such ligature, then disabling the feature is as simple as \subff{...}
Sep
24
comment What is the difference between \over and \frac?
I would go as far as to say that including \over (and friends \atop etc.) were a bad design decision by Knuth. TeX uses different layout style for display mode, text mode, superscripts, and subscript. However, because of macros like \over, when TeX is building the math token list, the current math mode is not known. This causes all sorts of difficulties like having to use \mathchoice in simple macros like \text. If macros like \over are ruled out, the design of a lot of macros will simplify a lot.
Sep
24
awarded  Nice Answer