I'll try to join and I have a question regarding inserting floats in outer margins in double sided document. The outer margins are large and the inner small. I want to insert my floats (mainly figures) in the outer margins and have them at level where they are called. Furthermore, sometimes the float is to large, so it should take part of the text, with the text surrounding it.

But this is perhaps answered in context garden, but I didn't find where.

And if there are more fundamental questions, my can wait.

See you on Tuesday.



Le 5/02/2022 à 13:51, Henning Hraban Ramm via ntg-context a écrit :
You’re invited to join next Tuesday, February 8th, 15:00 CET (UTC+1)

at https://lecture.senfcall.de/hen-rbr-rku-oke

ConTeXt users of all levels are welcome!

Hans offered to give a Q&A session again – please announce subjects you’d like to discuss ASAP, so that he can prepare.

Regarding the date:
Denis, who originally suggested Tuesday afternoon, can’t take part due to other obligations. I could also offer Wednesday or Thursday.
We could also change the weekday every time, but that might be confusing. I would keep the European afternoon time, since that makes participation possible for people from America and Asia.
What do you think?
Vote here: https://nuudel.digitalcourage.de/tB1MHH4jx6M5uwPg

(Same blurb as last time:)

* No special software installation required; most modern browsers should work (WebRTC required).
* Open the above URL, accept the privacy statement,
* enter your name,
* click "join" (or "start" if you’re the first),
* click "with microphone", allow your browser to access it, check the audio.
* Your microphone is muted if you join. Activate microphone and/or camera with the buttons at the bottom.
* Minimize the default presentation with the "screen" button, bottom right.

* If you’d like to share your screen or upload a file, you can make yourself the presenter: Click on your user name, change the setting, then you’ll see the "screen sharing" button beside the camera button; also there’s now "manage presentations" behind the "plus" button. Beware there is only one presenter, so don’t kill someone else’s presentation.

[Technical hints]
* Sound is usually better if you use a headset (less noise for everyone).

* Connection problems are mostly due to low bandwidth or high latency on your side, e.g. with mobile connections.
* If audio/video doesn’t work for you, you can still use the text chat.
* Screen sharing needs a lot of bandwidth.

* You can also join with a regular telephone (audio only, of course), call +49-6151-86275-22 (German landline); then you must enter a PIN that changes every time – if you need it, ask me for it via email. Mute/unmute your microphone with "0".

* Please use a name that we recognize from here. Some feel uncomfortable with anonymous lurkers.
* Mute your microphone while you’re not talking.
* It’s nice to show your face at least when you join.
* If there are connection problems, stop camera sharing.
* The room is set to “everyone’s a moderator“, I trust you...

See you, Hraban
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