[NTG-context] Rotated footnotes?

Steffen Wolfrum context at st.estfiles.de
Sun Feb 7 10:57:15 CET 2010


Am 07.02.2010 um 10:03 schrieb Taco Hoekwater:

> Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
>> No answer at all ... Does that mean rotating a figure/label with its footnote just can't be done?
> 
> Maybe something like \startlocalfootnotes ... \stoplocalfootnotes and
> \placelocalfootnotes at the end of the float body or in the caption
> would work. Easier to test with an example ;)


Well, here you are: A quick-and-dirty example :o)


\starttext


\def\MyA[#1]{\kern0.05em\raise.34em\hbox{\switchtobodyfont[6pt]#1}}
\def\MyXRule{\blackrule[color=orange,width=18mm,height=0.4pt]\strut}
\def\MyHigh[#1]{\kern0.05em\raise.385em\hbox{\txx#1}}
\leftaligned{%
\rotate[rotation=90]{\externalfigure[abb_12_d][frame=on,width=\dimexpr(\textheight-05pt)]\kern2.5pt\strut}%
\rotate[rotation=90]{\framed[frame=off,height=1cm,width=\dimexpr(\textheight-05pt)]{\vskip2pt  Abbildung 12:\pagereference[Abb_12]{\enskip} Regelungen zur Ausgestaltung\MyHigh[186]}}%
\hfill\rotate[rotation=90]{\MyXRule}%
\rotate[rotation=90]{\strut{\MyA[186]} \setnotebodyfont Eigene Darstellung.}%
}


\stoptext




Steffen


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