please consider the appended example. I get a gap in the first row after the first column because of the \setupTABLE command. However, I also get a gap after the second column, because in the second row the first cell just ended. Can this be considered a bug? (Mk IV)
If it's not a bug, how can I change this behavior? I only want to have one gap right after the first cell in the first row and no other gaps between the columns (so the second row shall have no gap at all). Do I have to insert a dummy column with "width=1em" after the first cell and change "nc=2" to "nc=3"?
Thanks in advance! Stefan
\starttext \setupTABLE[c][distance=1em] % Both \setupTABLE commands yield the same %\setupTABLE[distance=1em] \bTABLE \bTR \bTD gap after this column \eTD \bTD two \eTD \bTD we don't want a gap \eTD \eTR \bTR \bTD[nc=2] first cell in second row \eTD \bTD \dots before the third column \eTD \eTR \eTABLE \stoptext