[NTG-context] Font Question

Aditya Mahajan adityam at umich.edu
Thu Dec 8 01:05:16 CET 2005


Hi Adam,

<--- On Dec 7, Adam Lindsay wrote --->

> Aditya Mahajan wrote:
>> I want to use palatino text with euler math in my document. This is how 
>> I proceed.
>> 
>> 1. I downloaded latest mswincontext environment from pragma website.
>> 2. To test if palatino works correctly, I tested the simple document.
>> 
>> %---------
>> \usetypescript[palatino][texnansi]
>> \switchtobodyfont[palatino,11pt]
>> \starttext
>> This is a test .
>> \stoptext
>> %---------------
>> 
>> Everything works fine, and the text is in pallatino (the urw clone). 
>> However, when I look at fonts included in the document, Latin Modern is 
>> also there. I am just curious as how LM got into the document, and can 
>> I get rid of it.
>
> You'll find that the page number is latin modern. You can expunge that by 
> saying:
> \setupbodyfont[palatino,11pt] % instead of \switchtobodyfont
>
> (setupbodyfont is document-wide)

Thanks, that did the trick.

> Okay. Time to dust off the web pages and insert disclaimers. That's an 
> old article. Euler support got (improved and) included into the ConTeXt 
> core.

That is great.

> Current usage looks something like:
>
> \definetypeface [pal] [rm] [serif] [palatino]
>                   [default] [encoding=texnansi]
> \definetypeface [pal] [tt] [mono]  [modern]
>                   [default] [encoding=texnansi,rscale=1.1]
> \definetypeface [pal] [mm] [math]  [euler]
>                   [euler]   [rscale=1.03]
>
> \loadmapfile[original-ams-euler] % This needs to be added!
>
> \setupbodyfont [pal,11pt]
> \starttext
> This is a test $a \neq \frac{b}{c}$.
> \stoptext
>
> Lengthy explanations aren't on offer tonight, sorry.
> I hope this sets you in the right direction, though.
>

The above setup works perfectly. Thanks a lot.

Aditya

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