This is an introductory document on ConTeXt (www.pragma-ade.nl) frequently used commands written by Corsair <firstname.lastname@example.org>. In the beginning of the ConTEXt manual (see cont-eni.pdf on ConTeXt official site), Hans Hagen listed ten groups of them which are considered most frequently used, and this short document tries to explain these commands in detail. 1. \starttext, stoptext 2. \chapter, \section, \title, \subject, \setuphead, \completecontent 3. \em, \bf, \cap 4. \startitemize, \stopitemize, \item, \head 5. \abbreviation, \infull, \completelistofabbreviations 6. \placefigure, \externalfigure, \useexternalfigures 7. \placetable, \starttable, \stoptable 8. \definedescription, \defineenumeration 9. \index, \completeindex 10. \setuplayout, \setupfootertexts, \setupheadertexts If you are interested in the process of development you may observe http://code.google.com/p/ctex-doc/updates/list Report feedback in the Issues section of ctex-doc project, or in http://bbs.ctex.org forum.
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context-top-ten – The "top ten" ConTeXt commands
This is an introductory document on ConTeXt. In the beginning of the ConTeXt manual, Hans Hagen lists the ten most frequently used groups of commands. This short document explains these commands in some detail; it is structured as a presentation.
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