Dear all,
placing a figure at the right or left of the text using \placefigure[right][]{}{} insert at the begining of the paragraph under the enumerations while there is no blank line if we comment out \placefigure. See the below sample.
Is there a way to make text begin from the same line of “Theorem 1” with the figure at the right?
Thank you.
Best regards,
Dalyoung
\defineenumeration[Theorem]
[text={\translate[en=Theorem, kr=정리]},
style=,
title=yes,
prefix=yes,
prefixsegments=chapter,
way=bychapter,
number=yes,
before={\blank[big]},
after=\blank]
\defineenumeration[Proof]
[text={\translate[en=Proof, kr=증명]},
% headstyle=bold,
alternative=hanging,
titlestyle=,
style=normal,
number=no,
closesymbol=\mathematics{\blacksquare},]
\startbuffer[circleA]
draw fullcircle scaled 2cm;
\stopbuffer
\starttext
\startTheorem
%\placefigure[right][]{}{\processMPbuffer[circleA]}
This is a test for placing a figure in the theorem or in the proof.
\tex{placefigure[right][]{}{\processMPbuffer[circleA]}}
insert a blank line at the beginning of the paragraph while there is no blank line without a figure.
%\placefigure[right][]{}{\processMPbuffer[circleA]}
\stopTheorem
\startProof
%\placefigure[right][]{}{\processMPbuffer[circleA]}
\input knuth
\stopProof
\stoptext