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Revision as of 02:07, 13 October 2019


Syntax (autogenerated)]


[...,...,...] name


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).


ConTeXt core already uses:


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


However t2c is already preloaded with enco-cyr.

See also

\usetypescript \startencoding \definecharacter

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