[NTG-context] References and formulae numbers in upshape

Jan-Erik Hägglöf janerik.hagglof at bredband.net
Sat Mar 15 09:17:47 CET 2008

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Wolfgang Schuster skrev:
> On Fri, 14 Mar 2008 22:30:30 +0100
> Morgan Brassel <morgan.brassel at free.fr> wrote:
>> Le Friday 14 March 2008 09:00:49 Wolfgang Schuster, vous avez écrit :
>>> What do you want seems to be not possible but you could use the
>>> following solution although it is better to define a new command.
>>> \let\normalin\in
>>> \definereferenceformat
>>>   [figref]
>>>   [left=\normal,
>>>    text=\normal Figure,
>>>    command=\normalin]
>>> \let\in\figref
>>> \starttext
>>> \placefigure
>>>   [here][fig:det]
>>>   {Example}
>>>   {\blackrule[width=3cm,height=3cm]}
>>> \it See \in[fig:det] for details.
>>> \stoptext
>> Thank you for your help, Wolfgang! I think I'll define a new \ref command 
>> similar to the one in LaTeX, with upshape number. But maybe a new option 
>> would be welcome? (just as for numberstyle=normal in \setupformulae). What do 
>> you think? Is it a bad idea? I'm just curious...
> A new command to set the style for the number is OK but you need also
> one for the text but this need to be done by Hans because it is not
> possible to change the style for the predefined command in, at ... with
> the current implementation.
> Wolfgang
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As a new Context user (former LateX) from Sweden according to the above
discussion about references style to figures. I have a following
question. How do I customize the appearance of the figure text, I mean
for example:
Under every figure there is : Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3 and so on.
How do I make it like this : Picture 1, Picture 2, Picture 3 or
Picture 1a .....1b    and such.?
In the swedish translation there is "Figur 1......."
I understand that it has to do with defining my own kind of \definefloat
or similar.

Best Regards


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