[NTG-context] Switch for sans slanted

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Sun May 9 19:53:17 CEST 2010


On 9-5-2010 7:23, Marco wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've a question concerning switching fonts in setups. How to get a sans
> slanted style? Have a look at the following table.
>
> Command	Style		Comment
> \ss	sans		OK
> \bf	bold		OK
> \ssbf	sansbold	OK	
> \sl	slanted		OK
> \sssl	sansslanted	\sssl OK, sansslanted doesn't work
>
> I've made a minimal example to demonstrate how I use the commands.
>
> \starttext
> {\setuphead [section] [textstyle=sans]		% OK
>    \section {sans}\input knuth\relax}
>
> {\setuphead [section] [textstyle=bold]		% OK
>    \section {bold}\input knuth\relax}
>
> {\setuphead [section] [textstyle=sansbold]	% OK
>    \section {sansbold}\input knuth\relax}
>
> {\setuphead [section] [textstyle=slanted]	% OK
>    \section {slanted}\input knuth\relax}
>
> {\setuphead [section] [textstyle=sansslanted]	% doesn't work
>    \section {sansslanted}\input knuth\relax}
>
> {\setuphead [section] [textstyle=\sssl]		% OK
>    \section {Command: sssl}\input knuth\relax}
> \stoptext
>
> Is there a different command to achieve sansslanted? sansbold works, and
> bold is an alternative as slanted is, so intuitively I would expect
> sansslanted also to work.

\definealternativestyle
   [sansslanted]
   [\ss\bf] []



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