[NTG-context] Re: Palatino? -> bitmap fonts???

Matthias Weber matweber at indiana.edu
Wed Mar 16 17:30:04 CET 2005

Sorry, forgot to attach cont-sys.rme - see below



%D \module
%D   [       file=cont-sys,
%D        version=1995.10.10,
%D          title=\CONTEXT\ Miscellaneous Macros,
%D       subtitle=System Specific Setups,
%D         author=Hans Hagen,
%D           date=\currentdate,
%D      copyright={PRAGMA / Hans Hagen \& Ton Otten}]
%C This module is part of the \CONTEXT\ macro||package and is
%C therefore copyrighted by \PRAGMA. See mreadme.pdf for
%C details.


% Speed up typescript loading, but at the cost of much memory:
% \preloadtypescripts

% Occasionally we will support both A4 and letter in
% styles. If you want letter size paper to be the default,
% uncomment:
% \enablemode[\systemmodeprefix letter]
% If you always want to default to letter, you may uncomment
% the following line, but beware: it makes your documents less
% portable:
% \setuppapersize[letter][letter]

% If you want some extras, just uncomment the following
% line:
% \usemodule[plus] % experimental code
% Here you can take care of overloading some (style)
% defaults. What goes here, depends on your local system.

% The following commands sets the default font encoding:
% \setupencoding [\s!default=texnansi]
% or:

\setupencoding [\s!default=ec]

% If you want the default berry names:
% \usetypescript [berry] [\defaultencoding]
% or, if you also want other encodings:

\usetypescript [berry] [\defaultencoding,t5,8r] % texnansi is never 

% If you run into missing font metrics kind of problems,
% you may want to uncomment:
% \usetypescript[adobekb] [\defaultencoding]

% You can let \CONTEXT\ load the map files for \PDFTEX.


% (1) you can prevent loading with:
% \preloadmapfile[<...somename...>.map]
% (2) otherwise, use this if you have a fast machine
% \resetmapfiles \usetypescript [map] [base] [all]
% (3) or this if it's a slow one:


\donefalse \ifx\pdftexversion\undefined \else 
\fi \fi \ifdone







% When you have your own fonts installed, you may want to predefine:
% \usetypescriptfile[type-buy]

% Some styles default to Lucida Bright. You can overload
% Lucida by Times cum suis. Watch out, the pos collection
% is not scaled relatively.
% \definetypescriptsynonym [lbr] [pos]

% Compensate for missing files:
% \definefontsynonym [gbhei]   [gbsong]
% \definefontsynonym [gbheisl] [gbsong]
% \definefontsynonym [gbheisl] [gbsong]

% Setting up a global figure path
% \setupexternalfigures [\c!directory={e:/fig/eps,t:/mine/figs}]
% Loading a specific special driver:
% \setupoutput [dviwindo]

% Changing language defaults
% \setuplanguage
%   [nl]
%   [\c!leftquote=\upperleftsinglesixquote,
%    \c!leftquotation=\upperleftdoublesixquote]

% Loading local preferences, for example
% \input prag-gen % company styles
% \input prag-log % more company styles
% Enabling run time \METAPOST\ (also enable \write18 in
% texmf.cnf):

% \runMPgraphicstrue
% \runMPTEXgraphicstrue

% This saves some runtime, but needs a format, which you can
% make with 'texexec --make --alone metafun'. Make sure that
% the mem files are moved to the used web2c path (locate with
% 'kpsewhich plain.mem').


% Enabling nested pretty printing


% This can be a way to get things working on system with
% name clashes. (Some \TeX's tend do search system wide.)


% You can enable a more extensive figure searching, but
% normally this is not really needed and even annoying.
% \runutilityfiletrue

% So far.

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