Le jeudi 6 février 2014, 22:25:05 Marco Patzer a écrit :
On 2014–02–05 pol stra wrote:
The problem is that only text of first introduction is used.
You can use \allinputpaths to see what's going on. The paths are
indeed added and ConTeXt walks through the list and uses a matching
file, if

Hello ConTeXist.
I googled a long time, but did not come across anything relevant.
How can type big integral sign to result looked good?
Here is my example:
\startformula
\int \frac{P_n(x)}{Q_m(x)} \, \mathrm{d}x, \quad nm
\stopformula
Thanx
Jaroslav Hajtmar

Hello ConTeXist.
I am very sorry for this OFF TOPIC contribution.
For writing of this text led me several hours of searching on internet.
I was looking for ways to typing of non-elementary math in ConTeXt
Already a long time I use ConTeXt typesetting lot of different things
and I am very

On 2014–02–09 Jaroslav Hajtmar wrote:
How can type big integral sign to result looked good?
Here is my example:
\startformula
\int \frac{P_n(x)}{Q_m(x)} \, \mathrm{d}x, \quad nm
\stopformula
I don't know how to reduce the space between the integral sign and
the fraction (I assume that's

Hi,
I do use ConTeXt for typesetting mathematics, and actually I began to use
ConTeXt several years ago for my work as a mathematician: up to now I haven’t
encountered a single instance in which ConTeXt would not give the expected
result, and as a matter of fact the out-of-the-box capabilities

Thanks Otared.
Many thanks for your reaction. Even if I would not not make any other
statement than yours, so I'm clear at this time that the problem is
probably sitting in front of a keyboard and monitor :-).
Perhaps the problem is that the Internet is relatively little of
mathematical

It maybe helpful for beginners if there were sample documents for
mathematical typesetting (for the current version of context) that could
be used as a start for their own projects.
Maybe list members can contribute some for addition to the documentation
wiki.