Symbols/jmn

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Navigational Symbols

You can load the Navigational Symbols with

\usesymbols[jmn]

There are several symbol sets defined. If you want the black symbol for lastpage (), you can either load the whole navigation 1 sybol set first:

\setupsymbolset [navigation 1]
\symbol [lastpage]

or use it as

\symbol[navigation 1][lastpage]

The font itself is included in ConTeXt.

Symbol sets

navigation 1

%\setuplayout[scale=0.7]
\usesymbols[jmn]
\showsymbolset[navigation 1]

navigation 2

%\setuplayout[scale=0.7]
\usesymbols[jmn]
\showsymbolset[navigation 2]

navigation 3

%\setuplayout[scale=0.7]
\usesymbols[jmn]
\showsymbolset[navigation 3]

navigation 4

%\setuplayout[scale=0.7]
\usesymbols[jmn]
\showsymbolset[navigation 4]

All glyphs

%\setuplayout[scale=0.7]
\showfont[NavigationNormal]

%\setuplayout[scale=0.7]
\showfont[NavigationShadowed]


See also