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comment Using typewriter font and turning off hyphenation in ConTeXt
Use ragged text instead of justified: \setupalign[nothyphenated, right]
Feb
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comment Turning off hyphenation and redefining the typesetting of italics and bold
@J.A.Rubio You can use modes for that (check the manual or wiki). Furthermore, it's better to ask a single question about one particular issue.
Feb
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comment Turning off hyphenation and redefining the typesetting of italics and bold
@J.A.Rubio Yes, but note that overwriting existing macros can lead to confusion and misbehaviour. So in case of doubt rather than overwriting existing macros just create your own version to be on the safe side.
Feb
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comment Turning off hyphenation and redefining the typesetting of italics and bold
@Metafox That's right and I believe it's a bit cleaner as well. I updated my answer, thanks.
Feb
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revised Turning off hyphenation and redefining the typesetting of italics and bold
Change groupedcommand to setbar
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answered Turning off hyphenation and redefining the typesetting of italics and bold
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answered Alternative to \large, \Large, \Huge, \small etc in ConTeXt
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comment Alternative to \large, \Large, \Huge, \small etc in ConTeXt
You can change font sizes with \tfa, \tfb, \tfc, etc. or e.g. with \setupdodyfont[18pt]. If that doesn't suit your needs please add more details and explain what exactly you want to do.
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