[NTG-context] Font problem and font question

Thomas A. Schmitz thomas.schmitz at uni-bonn.de
Sun Sep 14 23:17:48 CEST 2008


On Sep 14, 2008, at 11:01 PM, Eric DÉTREZ wrote:

> Hello again
>
> In Context Manual it is said that we can define new fonts.
> There is an example : \definebodyfont[10pt,11pt,12pt][rm][tfe =
> Regular at 48pt]

That's not true. The manual says you can define new fonts as

\definebodyfont [10pt,11pt,12pt] [rm] [tfe=Regular at 48pt]

and this works as advertised. You must give ConTeXt a chance to  
understand that you're using a key=value assignment.

Thomas
>
>
> Now a font question :
>
> is it a way to define casual (or cs) as italic, boldface or
> handwriting ?
>
> I wish to type {\cs casual} to get the world "casual" written with my
> LucideCasual font.
>
> Thank's for any enlightment
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