[NTG-context] new language and hyphenation

Marius mariausol at gmail.com
Sat Jan 23 10:51:41 CET 2010


On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 5:45 PM, Wolfgang Schuster <
schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com> wrote:

>  Am 22.01.10 15:09, schrieb Marius:
>
> \setuplabeltext [\s!lt] [\v!table={xxx}{lentelė }]
>
>  and output is:
>
>  xxxlentelė 1.1  Name of table
>
> \setuplabeltext[\s!lt][\v!table={xxx , lentelė }]
>

 Thank you, works as expected.

>    In a table of contents and in section names there must be period after
>>> number:
>>>
>>
>> This can be fixed in mkiv; a bit harder in mkii.
>>
>  \setupheads[sectionstopper=.]
>>
>
>  This command does not work if placed in the lang-bal.tex file.
>
> Don't do this because it will affect in this way each document in ConTeXt.
>
> I don't what Hans current meaning about language specific settings is but
> in MkII you could have done this with:
>
> \startlanguagespecifics[\s!lt]
>     \setuphads[\c!sectionstopper=.]
> \stoplanguagespecifics
>
> You get now a dot at the end of the section number when write
> \mainlanguage[lithuanian] in the preamble of your document.
>

Yes, this would be a good solution.
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