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comment ConTeXt: Retain ToC Hyperlinks using alternative command
You can wrap the entry in \hbox \strc_lists_get_reference_attribute\v!all
Feb
21
comment Can LuaTeX create HTML?
ConTeXt outputs XML. Most browswers display this XML, which can be styled using CSS, without problems. See Converting ConTeXt document to HTML for a demonstration.
Feb
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answered ConTeXt: Columnar section titles, floats, and images
Feb
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comment Error-handling in next-generation TeX tools
@CharlesStaats There are many editors/IDEs that parse the stdout/logfile. Changing the output would not break the document itself but the workflow. This could be mitigated by including a command line switch --human-readable (disabled by default) for the new behaviour, then people would at least have a choice. But I don't think it will be an easy task to implement that. TeX operates on the lowest level and lacks certain information which is required for better error messages.
Feb
13
comment Error-handling in next-generation TeX tools
At the moment I'm now aware of any work being done in the TeX core or the ConTeXt macro package that addresses the issues you mention. So I'm afraid the answer is “no”, at least not in the near future. Furthermore, it would (at least for TeX error) be something optional which requires to be turned on explicitly to not break backward compatibility. But frankly, I don't think this will happen any time soon.
Feb
10
answered What is the correct way to create slanted text in ConTeXt?
Feb
8
answered How to make footnote numbers invisible in ConTeXt?
Feb
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comment ConTeXt: How to redefine the euro sign glyph?
@SergeStroobandt Welcome to the m̶e̶s̶s̶y̶ beautiful world of fonts! :)
Feb
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comment ConTeXt: How to redefine the euro sign glyph?
@SergeStroobandt ConTeXt standalone uses the current version 3.10. The unicode char U+00A7 is located in the font in slot 164 (decimal) or 0x00A4 (hex).
Feb
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comment ConTeXt: How to redefine the euro sign glyph?
@SergeStroobandt The font does not have a glyph at index 0x00A4. I changed the example to use 0x00A7 instead.
Feb
2
revised ConTeXt: How to redefine the euro sign glyph?
Change glyph