[NTG-context] Using fonts from multiple families

Tom Tom at tuxedo-press.com
Sun Feb 13 15:39:30 CET 2011

This should be my last question on this topic. I want to center the
dedication but align=middle (or center) and alternative=middle added to
\definestartstop[dedication] seem to have no effect. I can't seem to find a
simple way to center an odd line of paragraph of text. Using a frame seems
like using a sledgehammer to pound a tack.

Tom Benjey
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-----Original Message-----
From: ntg-context-bounces at ntg.nl [mailto:ntg-context-bounces at ntg.nl] On
Behalf Of Wolfgang Schuster
Sent: Sunday, February 13, 2011 8:36 AM
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Subject: Re: [NTG-context] Using fonts from multiple families

Am 13.02.2011 um 14:23 schrieb Tom:

> Thank you very much, Wolfgang. The time zone difference is helpful
> sometimes. I went to bed last night very frustrated and woke up this
> to find your solution in my inbox. It is also good to see that your
> assistance to me has also helped someone else. I do have a couple of
> questions:
> 1. Why aren't the \usetypescriptfile commands necessary?

ConTeXt already load there files to let you use the palatino etc. fonts

> 2. It never occurred to me to consider the dedication as a separate
> Logically, it is but is the inverse of other chapters, sort of, in that
> chapter title isn't normally displayed and the body of the chapter is
> printed in a different font than are the other chapters.

Add this to my example:


You can now write in your document





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