# [NTG-context] how to change 'figure 1.1' to '?? 1.1' (Mojca Miklavec)

Mon Dec 10 16:54:58 CET 2007

2007/12/10, Mojca Miklavec <mojca.miklavec.lists at gmail.com>:
> On Dec 10, 2007 7:37 AM, Dalyoung Jeong wrote:
> > Dear Mojca,
> >
> >
> > On Dec 8, 2007, at 3:35 AM, ntg-context-request at ntg.nl wrote:
> >
> > >> Yesterday, after I reinstalled TeXlive and updated ConTeXt, I got
> > >> "kpathsea:
> > >> Running mktextfm lmtypewriter10-regular " message. As a temporary
> > >> method,  I
> > >> renamed mktextfm.
> > >
> > > Just change
> > >    MKTEXTFM = 0
> > > in texmf.cnf
> >
> > I am sorry that now I remembered what you said before about
> > "mktextfm=0".  I found it in the mail from you. After setting it, no
> > error messages again. Thank you.
> >
> > lang-kor.tex is modified more by the help of people in KTUG.
> >
> > To make it more usable, I'd like to know a few things more.
> >
> > After defining \chapter in lang-kor, completecontent and completeindex
> > follow the setup of chapter as following:
> >                                         "제  장   contents" or "제 no 장 index"
> > (of course, contents and index are in korean) because \chpater{ch-
> > title} produces in such a way, i.e., "제 ch-no 장 ch-title".
> > But I'd like to write contents and indices in differently. I looked up
> > \setupcombinedlist but I don't know how to make it happen. Is there
> > any sample for this?
>
> I'm sorry, I didn't understand the question (I understood the point,
> but not how it should look like). You can use

I agree to Mojca, your question was hard to undertsand. It will be
easier if you could show us what you want.

>     \def\mychaptercommand#1#2{Title: #2, Number: #1}

This is also possible without a extra section format.

\setuplabeltext[ko][chapter={제,장}]
\mainlanguage[ko]
\starttext
\chapter{test}
\stoptext

> http://texshow.contextgarden.net/command/detail/299
>
> But that's not something you would like to use in the long run.
>
> Slovenian also needs sections numbered like
>   1. section
>   1.1. subsection
>   1.2. subsection
>   2. section
> as opposed to
>   1 section
>   1.1 subsection
>   1.2 subsection
>   2 section
> which can be achived, but isn't supported globally (so that it would
> be the default setting when using that language). It might be that
> Korean would also need some additional specific settings.
>
> Mojca

It is not so easy to define this bevaiour language dependent, because
in german we have 1. section 1 section. The first version with dot should
be used only if your document has a appendix, the second version
without dot should be used in documents without a appendix.

The current solution to get a dot at the end is only a workaround in
my eyes and I hope Hans will active the stopper key when he rewrites
the section macros.

Wolfgang