Hi all,
In the example below, I would like to have the style of the figure's caption to be \itx, but the inline formula is set with a larger body font: is it possible to setup the caption of a float so that a smaller size applies also to the math formula?
Best regards: Otared
PS: here is the example (not so minimal, sorryâ€¦)
% begin example-caption.tex
\setupcaption[figure][
headstyle={\bix},
style={\itx}]
\starttext
\startluacode
function weierstrass(n,x)
local S = 0
for k = 0, n do
S = S + 2^(-k)*math.cos(3^k*x)
end
return S
end
\stopluacode
\startplacefigure[title={The Weierstrass function $\sum_{k=0}^n 2^{-k}\cos(3^kx)$}]
\startMPcode{doublefun}
draw lmt_function [
xmin = 0, xmax = 4*355/113, xstep =.001,
ymin = -2, ymax = 2,
sx = 1mm, xsmall = 80, xlarge = 20,
sy = 4mm, ysmall = 40, ylarge = 4,
xlabels = "yes",
ylabels = "yes",
linewidth = .015mm, offset = .1mm,
code = "weierstrass(5,x)",
frame = "sticks",
xcaption = "$n = 5$",
functions = {
[
drawcolor = "darkred",
]
}
] xsized .5TextWidth ;
\stopMPcode
\stopplacefigure
\stoptext
% begin example-caption.tex