[NTG-context] \dh in ConTeXt

Charles Doherty charles.doherty at mac.com
Mon Sep 13 13:18:29 CEST 2004


Dear all,

Using the following input in LaTeX I could get the output below. But 
try as I might I cannot achieve this in ConTeXt.
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{palatino}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[applemac]{inputenc}
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My input for ConTeXt is:

   \enableregime[mac]
\usetypescriptfile [adobekb]
\setupencoding [default=ec]
\usetypescript [adobekb] [\defaultencoding]
\usetypescript[palatino][\defaultencoding]

\starttext

   Howth  {\em H\k{o}f\dh i} / {\em H\k{o}f\dh a},
...

Output from the console says that \dh is an undefined control sequence.
This and similar commands are mentioned in Kopka and Daly: A guide to 
LaTeX2e p. 423.
In LaTeX using \dh \DH \th \TH I get the result below. But the \ng \NG 
produce the black rule. I would be happy if just the \dh worked.
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I note that the encoding in LaTeX is T1. In Hans's Fonts in ConTeXt p. 
17 this seems to be the equivalent to 8r. I tried this but with no 
success.

I would be most grateful if anyone can help. I use a Mac OSX 1.3.5. My 
TeX installation is throught Gerben's installer.

Thanks,
Charlie

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Charles Doherty,
Early Irish History,
School of History,
University College Dublin,
Belfield,
Dublin 4
Ireland
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