[NTG-context] Angle braces?
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Sat Jun 10 07:19:10 CEST 2006
On 6/10/06, Steven Robertson wrote:
> Hi Matthias, thanks for your reply.
> The angle braces I'm after are the ones that go around URLs in
> citations, as in
>  Smith, `Article on Things', available at <www.smith.com>.
> It's been suggested to me elsewhere that I upgrade my ConTeXt version,
> so hopefully that will help.
Well ... if it's more than two months old, it might already be ancient ;)
Also consider updating the fonts.
Why are you using dvi instead of PDF?
> I'll have a look around and see if there
> are particular angle braces that should be used for the above purpose
> (i.e. not greater-than/less-than or guillemots--they are `double', but
> Ithe suggestion is appreciated).
The example works OK here. Which font are you using? Most probably
either the font is old/broken or the two characters are active.
What do you get if you type:
foo \char60 bar\char62 foo?
(You may never type like that, but just for debugging puposes.)
Btw: there are two mirrors of Pragma website (see links on
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