[NTG-context] Manual (English) Update soon?
dgou at mac.com
Sat Dec 30 10:28:41 CET 2006
On 2006 Dec 29, at 10:04 PM, Mojca Miklavec indited:
> On 12/29/06, Douglas Philips wrote:
>> The undocumented features are documented in My Ways? :-)
> Esp. the two MyWay's written by the author who mentioned that ;)
I see you also have one... all of which are next up on my Sunday
> See http://wiki.contextgarden.net/My_Way
> Most other MyWay's deal with fonts.
Arg. My bane. Fonts. The one thing that pulls me ever so slightly to
Not because I want a garish mix of goofball junk fonts, but because I
love Palatino for newletters
and Papyrus for cards and short notes...
I figured out how to get Palatino into LaTeX, but use other programs
(so far) to get Papyrus...
>> I found a few of those also, and it is very confusing to a newbie
>> (such as myself) to figure out what is old and valid and what is old
>> and not-so-valid...
> I don't have a good overview, but I don't know that many
> "not-so-valid" things.
Thanks, that is good to know...
> Old things are still valid, there might only be some new
> things that you might not know about once you've read the manual.
> (plain) TeX is about 25 and still "valid". Only that there are "a few
> commands available out there" which can simplify things.
The more I look into it, the more I feel that ConTeXt is going in a
direction more helpful to me than LaTeX. No comment intended on the
"correctness" of either direction, just on the harmony with where I
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