[NTG-context] A bug in character alignment?
nicolas at garden-paris.com
Thu Aug 3 12:19:27 CEST 2006
Peter: Thanks for your help in clarifying my example.
Taco: Thanks for fixing this bug! When will the next release be delivered?
On 8/2/06, Taco Hoekwater <taco at elvenkind.com> wrote:
> Peter Münster wrote:
> > On Tue, 1 Aug 2006, Nicolas Grilly wrote:
> >>>Sorry, I can't see it. The column are right-aligned, which is normal, since
> >>>there is no alignment-character.
> >>No, it is not normal. ConTeXt Wiki says "if there's no
> >>alignmentcharacter in the cell, the content will be aligned in the
> >>following way depending on the value of \characteralignmentmode".
> >>By default, characteralignmentmode=4. Therefore, according to the
> >>wiki, cell content should be aligned on the last character of each
> > Ok, by "right-aligned" I wanted to say: aligned at the right-most
> > character.
> > Now I see your problem: the values are still aligned at the right-most
> > character, but the whole column is pushed a bit to the right.
> It was definately a bug. We found it and it will be fixed in the next
> ConTeXt release.
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