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* Context, an '''excursion''' by Ton Otten and Hans Hagen (169 Pages) ([[manual:ms-cb-en.pdf|screen]]) ([[manual:mp-cb-en.pdf|print]]) ([[ConTeXt an Excursion, translations|Translations]])
 
* Context, an '''excursion''' by Ton Otten and Hans Hagen (169 Pages) ([[manual:ms-cb-en.pdf|screen]]) ([[manual:mp-cb-en.pdf|print]]) ([[ConTeXt an Excursion, translations|Translations]])
* The '''user manual''' ([[manual:cont-eni.pdf|screen]])  ([[manual:cont-enp.pdf|print]]) ('''being revised''', see below)
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* The '''user manual''' ([[manual:cont-eni.pdf|screen]])  ([[manual:cont-enp.pdf|print]]) ([[manual being revised| being revised]])
 
* '''Metafun''' manual by Hans Hagen (Oct 2010, 657 Pages) ([[manual:metafun-s.pdf|screen]]) ([[manual:metafun-p.pdf|print]])  for [[MetaPost]] and the [[MetaFun]] extension. A full-color paper copy can be ordered from [http://www.boekplan.com/node/9 Boekplan].
 
* '''Metafun''' manual by Hans Hagen (Oct 2010, 657 Pages) ([[manual:metafun-s.pdf|screen]]) ([[manual:metafun-p.pdf|print]])  for [[MetaPost]] and the [[MetaFun]] extension. A full-color paper copy can be ordered from [http://www.boekplan.com/node/9 Boekplan].
 
* '''command reference''' as [http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Category:Reference/en Wiki] or [http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/qrcs/setup-en.pdf pdf file]
 
* '''command reference''' as [http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Category:Reference/en Wiki] or [http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/qrcs/setup-en.pdf pdf file]

Revision as of 01:36, 3 December 2010

Documentation

Official ConTeXt documentations

Revision of ConTeXt User Manual

We are working on updating the user manual. User feedback is appreciated.

Specific Subjects

  • Structurals: Titles, tables, enumerations, and other pieces of document structure.
  • Visuals: Layout, graphics, fonts, and other aspects of the document's appearance.
  • Math: Mathematics and other scientific notations.
  • XML: ConTeXt can be used to format XML text or documents.
  • Presentations: Specific advice for presentations and on-screen display.
  • PDFX: How to create PDF/X compatible documents (Mark IV only).
  • Bibliographies: How to produce bibliographies