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Revision as of 02:07, 13 October 2019

\useencoding

Syntax (autogenerated)]

Syntax

\useencoding[...,...,...]
[...,...,...] name


Description

This command is MKII-only. It loads support for one or more font encodings not already preloaded in the core. This is seldom needed (if ever).

Example

ConTeXt core already uses:

\useencoding[ans,il2,ec,tbo,pdf,pol,qx,t5,l7x,cyr,agr]

If you had a need to use Cyrillic encoding t2c for example, you could use

\useencoding[t2c]
\usetypescript[antykwa-torunska][t2c]
\setupbodyfont[antykwa-torunska]

However t2c is already preloaded with enco-cyr.

See also

\usetypescript \startencoding \definecharacter

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