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= Typescripts provided with ConTeXt =
 
= Typescripts provided with ConTeXt =
 
 
Few information first:
 
Few information first:
* They are stored in <code>tex/texmf-context/tex/context/fonts/mkiv/</code>. They are defined by the files "type-imp-*.mkiv". You can have a look with [https://source.contextgarden.net/?search=type-imp- the source browser].
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* They are stored in <code>tex/texmf-context/tex/context/fonts/mkiv/</code>. They are defined by the files "type-imp-*.mkiv". You can have a look with [https://source.contextgarden.net/?search=type-imp-&p=1 the source browser].
* Would be good to build here a nice overview, but let's start with a list to be completed.
 
 
* For the fonts files provided with ConTeXt, typescripts are [[ConTeXt_distribution's_Fonts|described here]]
 
* For the fonts files provided with ConTeXt, typescripts are [[ConTeXt_distribution's_Fonts|described here]]
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{{todo|is it necessary to add a specific \usetypescript before ?}}
  
 
; Here we focus of fonts files not provided with ConTeXt:
 
; Here we focus of fonts files not provided with ConTeXt:
:* Sabon MT with \setupbodyfont[sabon]
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:* Sabon MT with \setupbodyfont[<code>sabon</code>]
:* Cambria with \setupbodyfont[cambria]
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:* Cambria with <code>cambria</code>
:* Garamond with \setupbodyfont[ebgaramond]
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:* Garamond with <code>ebgaramond</code>
:* Zapfino MT with \setupbodyfont[zapfino]
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:* Zapfino MT with <code>zapfino</code>
:* Optima Nova with  
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:* Optima Nova with <code>optima-nova</code> or <code>optima-nova-light</code> or <code>optima-nova-medium</code>
:** \setupbodyfont[optima-nova]
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:* Palatino Nova with <code>palatino-nova</code> or <code>palatino-nova-light</code> or <code>palatino-nova-medium</code> or <code>palatino-sans</code> or <code>palatino-informal</code>
:** \setupbodyfont[optima-nova-light]
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:* Liberation with <code>liberation</code>
:** \setupbodyfont[optima-nova-medium]
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:* Libertine with <code>liberatine</code>
:* Palatino Nova with  
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:* Lucida with <code>lucida-opentype</code> or <code>lucida</code>
:** \setupbodyfont[palatino-nova]
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:* Minion with <code>minion</code>
:** \setupbodyfont[palatino-nova-light]
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:* MacOSx default: <code>baskerville</code>, <code>gillsans</code>, <code>futura</code>, <code>helvetica-neue</code> and <code>-ultralight</code>, <code>-light</code>, <code>-boldcondensed</code>, ...
:** \setupbodyfont[palatino-nova-medium]
 
:** \setupbodyfont[palatino-sans]
 
:** \setupbodyfont[palatino-informal]
 
:* Liberation with \setupbodyfont[liberation]
 
:* Libertine with \setupbodyfont[liberatine]
 
:* Lucida with \setupbodyfont[lucida-opentype] or \setupbodyfont[lucida]
 
:* Minion with \setupbodyfont[minion]
 
:* MacOSx default: baskerville, gillsans, futura, helvetica-neue and -ultralight, -light, -boldcondensed, ...
 
 
:* IMB plex :  
 
:* IMB plex :  
:** plex, -thin, -extralight, -light, -text, -medium, -semibold, -bold
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:** <code>plex</code>, <code>plex-thin</code>, <code>-extralight</code>, <code>-light</code>, <code>-text</code>, <code>-medium</code>, <code>-semibold</code>, <code>-bold</code>
:** ibmplexnarrow, -thin, -extralight, -light
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:** <code>ibmplexnarrow</code>, <code>ibmplexnarrow-thin</code>, <code>-extralight</code>, <code>-light</code>
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=Typescripts provided by this wiki ConTeXt=
  
= Typescripts provided by this wiki ConTeXt =
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* [[Alegreya Typescript]]: a quite complete example (2019), MkIV for the Alegreya fonts by Huerta Tipográfica / Juan Pablo del Peral, downloadable from [https://fonts.google.com/?query=Alegreya Google Fonts].
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* [[Palatino Linotype under MKIV]].
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* [[Fraktur_fonts|Summary of experiences of three Fraktur]] (2019)
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* Using Font Fallbacks (and perhaps a different page for Fallbacks for math fonts)
  
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* Maybe obsolete
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** [[Paratype typescript for mkiv]] (Old 2011)
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** [[Linux Libertine on mkiv]] (Old 2010)
  
= Typescripts provided on the web =
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[[Category:Fonts]]

Latest revision as of 08:37, 21 June 2020

Typescripts provided with ConTeXt

Few information first:

  • They are stored in tex/texmf-context/tex/context/fonts/mkiv/. They are defined by the files "type-imp-*.mkiv". You can have a look with the source browser.
  • For the fonts files provided with ConTeXt, typescripts are described here

TODO: is it necessary to add a specific \usetypescript before ? (See: To-Do List)


Here we focus of fonts files not provided with ConTeXt
  • Sabon MT with \setupbodyfont[sabon]
  • Cambria with cambria
  • Garamond with ebgaramond
  • Zapfino MT with zapfino
  • Optima Nova with optima-nova or optima-nova-light or optima-nova-medium
  • Palatino Nova with palatino-nova or palatino-nova-light or palatino-nova-medium or palatino-sans or palatino-informal
  • Liberation with liberation
  • Libertine with liberatine
  • Lucida with lucida-opentype or lucida
  • Minion with minion
  • MacOSx default: baskerville, gillsans, futura, helvetica-neue and -ultralight, -light, -boldcondensed, ...
  • IMB plex :
    • plex, plex-thin, -extralight, -light, -text, -medium, -semibold, -bold
    • ibmplexnarrow, ibmplexnarrow-thin, -extralight, -light

Typescripts provided by this wiki ConTeXt