[NTG-context] LaTeX reledmac: what about ConTeXt ?
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Mon May 16 18:25:56 CEST 2016
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De: "Pablo Rodriguez" <oinos at gmx.es>
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Envoyé: Lundi 16 Mai 2016 18:00:41
Objet: Re: [NTG-context] LaTeX reledmac: what about ConTeXt ?
On 05/16/2016 05:00 PM, Jean-Pierre Delange wrote:
> Hi Pablo,
> Return back to windows 10 environment ...
> 1. The commands 'mtxrun --script fonts --list --pattern=*didot*
> --all' works fine ... So, the question is : If GFS Didot is installed on the
> system, why ConTeXt complains about it during the parsing process ?
>>I have no idea. I don’t read logs most of the times.
>> To quote Shakespeare: “all’s well, that ends well”.
> 2. I was not very convinced by the \doreverse command involving in
> the 2 columns balance issue, but I don't understand why the last
> paragraph at the end of the page is removed from right to left on
> every page (try to give the 50 number to the \dorecurse command and
> you xill see the same issue on each page).
>>\doreverse? I guess it is \dorecurse.
yes, I've made a misespelling. I's \dorecurse
>> What happens with the column balance can be explained by Hans.
>> It seems to be related to the linenotes on the right.
>> I addressed the issue in a separate thread
>> (https://mailman.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2016/085544.html), but
>> Hans may be busy with other things.
>> \dorecurse only avoids copying the same text again and again.
I dont know how to manage Hans proposal : I've tried to deal with it and the visible effect is to place footnotes in the column on the right.
Maye I'll have to test with a longer text without the \dorecurse command ...
>>Just in case it helps,
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