[NTG-context] LuaTeX finds font, mtxrun --fonts does not list it?

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Thu May 28 12:38:15 CEST 2015


> Am 28.05.2015 um 11:37 schrieb Sandra Snan <sandra.snan at idiomdrottning.org>:
> 
> Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl> writes:
>> when resolving fonts context makes safe filenames for fonts so don't 
>> worry about the - being gone
>> 
>> the fact that there is a luc file means that the font has been loaded so 
>> the question is: how does your tex code look
>> 
>> what happens if you put file: before a name?
> 
> Here is the full file. $body$ is filled in by pandoc.
> 
> Sandra
> 
> % interface output=luatex
> \usemodule[simplefonts][protrusion=quality,expansion=quality]
> \setupsimplefonts[expansion=quality,protrusion=quality]

Don’t load the simplefonts module because you don’t need it when you use the \definefontfamily command.

> \setuppagenumbering[location=]
> \enableregime	[utf-8]

You can drop this line because ConTeXt uses UTF-8 as default encoding.

> \setuppapersize[A4, portrait][A4, portrait]

There is no “portrait” keyword for the \setuppapersize and you can also drop this line because ConTeXt uses A4 as default paper size.

> \setuplanguage[sv][leftquote=›,rightquote=‹,leftquotation=»,rightquotation=«]
> \mainlanguage [sv]
> \setupfontsynonym [Serif] [handling=pure]
> \usetypescript[serif][hanging][pure]

You can drop both lines because they are only used by MkII.

> \definefontfamily[futura][sans][file:futuralt]

Don’t use the “file:” prefix in the third argument.

\definefontfamily [futura] [sans] [Futura LT]

> \definefontfamily [praise][serif][junicode]
> 
> \setupalign[justified,hanging,hz]
> \usetypescript[serif,sans,mono][hz][quality]

Remove the line above because it’s only used by MkII.

> \setupbodyfont[praise]
> \setuphead[section][style={\switchtotypeface[futura]\tfd}]
> \starttext
> $body$
> \stoptext

When you use math in your text you have to set a font for it.

Wolfgang



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