[NTG-context] inmarge figures and references
joerg.hagmann at unibas.ch
Mon May 9 16:38:55 CEST 2005
Thank you. Obviously, the version I downloaded with Fink is an old one
(and therefore understands Dutch). I'll check for texutil tonight and
let you know the result tomorrow, Jörg.
On May 9, 2005, at 4:11 PM, Taco Hoekwater wrote:
> Jörg Hagmann wrote:
>> Hi Taco,
>>>> 1. \inmarge figures can't be handled. Instead they appear in the
>>>> text. This is an example from the log file:
>>>> ! Undefined control sequence.
>>>> l.35 \inmarge
>>> The command is called \inmargin (at least in the english interface).
>> I was following the manual ("Context - an excursion") where \inmarge
>> is used with marginal figures. I thought that was the command to use,
>> and it works on my computer here.
>> I am using \inmargin with text; does what you are saying mean the two
>> commands do the same?
> \inmarge is dutch for \inmargin, and it should have been replaced in
> the 'excursion" when ConTeXt switched to low-level english commands
> last year. So yes, they are the same, but if you are not using the
> dutch interface explicitly, then \inmarge will only work in old
>>>> 2. The references don't work ("??"). Again, an example:
>>>> references : unknown reference [krebsbox]
>>> Are you sure that texutil is started by the texexec run as it should?
>> No. How do I find out? And if it's not working, what should I do? (I
>> have to admit that I don't really understand the programme - I simply
>> translated into actions those few commands I could make sense of in
>> the texexec manual, such as make ...).
> assuming you document is called 'test', then:
> $ texexec test
> should end with:
> Output written on test.dvi (1 page, 296 bytes).
> Transcript written on test.log.
> return code : 0
> run time : 1 seconds
> sorting and checking : running texutil
> TeXUtil 9.0.0 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 1992-2004
> action : processing commands, lists and registers
> option : sorting IJ under Y
> option : converting high ASCII values
> input file : test.tui
> output file : test.tuo
> passed commands : 10
> remapped keys : 0
> register entries : 0 -> 0 entries 0 references
> synonym entries : 0 -> 0 entries
> embedded files : 1
> total run time : 2 seconds
> or something very much like this.
> Good luck, Taco
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