[NTG-context] Translation of ConTeXt interface

Alan Braslau braslau.list at comcast.net
Sat Jun 27 18:18:24 CEST 2020

fonte ? (police)
principale ? (corps)


On 26/06/20 16:04, Garulfo wrote:
>>> Math. I get the following error :
>>> fonts  > preloading latin modern fonts (second stage)
>>> fonts  > defining > font with asked name 'fichier' is not found using 
>>> lookup 'file'
>>> fonts  > defining > unknown font 'fichier', loading aborted
>>> I suppose that due to the translation of "file" to "fichier".
>>> It's OK when I switch back to
>>> - setupstrings    cd:file ==> file
>> You can translate these string because they are only used in the 
>> command list to provide the texts which are shown in uppercase letter, 
>> e.g. NUMBER.
>>> - variables file    ==> file
>> Constants (\c!...) and variables (\v!...) can be changed, only 
>> parameters which use the form \s!... have to be english in all cases 
>> (saves memory and improves performance).
>>> How can I translate the variable "file" into fichier, without messing 
>>> with fonts (and maybe other file related functions)
>> There shouldn't be a problem with fonts because they use \s!file or 
>> \s!name which aren't translated (unless you made the mistake and have 
>> \c!file in your typescripts). It's possible there is a bug somewhere 
>> but you have to provide a minimal example.
> My understanding:
> I translated \setupbodyfont into \configurerfonteprincipale.
> But I didn't specify any font in the input file.
> As soon as I specified \configurerfonteprincipale[pagella,10pt] in the 
> input file, font messages "'fichier' is not found" disappear.
> Is there an additionnal thing to do in order to enable the loading of a 
> default math font, without any font specification, but still with 
> translations of "file" into "fichier" ?

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