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Sep
22
comment Expanding a minted command inside a macro
Does this address the OP's concern that pgyments will be run for each use of the macro?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
19
comment How to define the beginning and ending of paragraphs in ConTeXt?
Are you, by any chance, looking at how to indent paragraphs? \setupindentation[medium,yes].
Sep
19
comment Breaking a theorem between pages
@GonzaloMedina: Nice idea of using tikz for this!
Sep
19
answered How to add page numbers to APA citations in ConTeXt?
Sep
19
comment How to add page numbers to APA citations in ConTeXt?
(Untested): \cite[extras={, p.~199}][....]
Sep
19
comment How to make a macro which displays different text the last time it appears within a paragraph in ConTeXt?
It is better to use last as a key rather than final because last is already used as a key by other commands (and therefore you get automatic multilingual interface if you use \c!last, etc.
Sep
18
answered How to highlight (colorize) the syntax of configuration files (like .ini or .conf)?
Sep
18
comment Typesetting plus-minus uncertainties with different upper and lower bounds
How about the following interface? \num[statistical={+0.2,-0.3}, systematic=0.1] 1.24, with appropriate options to control the output.
Sep
13
comment A command to replace \middle| when it's missing?
You can use any delimiter with \middle: \middle\Vert, \middle\), etc. (Not that I can think of a reason why the latter will be needed. Note that the bracket package internally use \vrule for non eTeX engines.
Sep
12
answered A command to replace \middle| when it's missing?
Sep
12
answered ConTeXt (mkiv): \seeindex word still appears in english
Sep
11
comment How to make gray-colored text in ConTeXt beta?
I can confirm this behavior. Seems to be a regression bug. Please report this to the context mailing list.
Sep
8
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Sep
6
answered How to randomly shuffle a sliced image?
Sep
5
comment Does a zero-length line with an arrow make sense? Is it a bug?
Add an epsilon perturbation so that direction is properly defined.
Sep
4
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
4
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Sep
4
comment Ways to grab and store larger amount of text
Indeed, in MkII data was written to temp files. The implementation was similar to data grabbing macro from fancyverb package: data was parsed line by line and the grabbed string was compared with \stopbuffer. (That was the reason that \stopbuffer had to be on a line of its own). In MkIV, the implementation is Lua based, but it is relatively simple (effectively same as plain TeX answer of egreg, but ConTeXt first changes the catcode table to vrbcatcodes and uses a configurable stopper; I really don't understand why nested buffers work).
Sep
4
answered Ways to grab and store larger amount of text