[NTG-context] Indent paragraph after \placefigure

Marco netuse at lavabit.com
Sun Mar 27 01:22:59 CET 2011

On 2011-03-27 Pontus Lurcock <pont at talvi.net> wrote:

> Sorry, I think I misunderstood the problem the first time (since I
> didn't actually run your example until now). \setupfloats[indentnext=yes]
> (as I understand it) controls the behaviour after the float is actually
> placed in the output, rather than after the \placefigure... in the
> source.
> I'd expect the blank line after the \placefigure to trigger
> indentation for the next paragraph,but this doesn't happen.

Unfortunately not, no.

> I now remember seeing this problem while typesetting a thesis chapter. Going
> back to my source file, I see I worked around it in the most obvious way:

> \setupindenting [yes, medium]
> \setupfloats    [indentnext=yes]
> \starttext
> This line is indented as intended.
> \placefigure[auto][fig:somefigure]{My graphic}{}
> \indentation This is indented, but only because of the explicit command.
> This line is fine.
> \stoptext
> Maybe there is a better solution,

I hope so. Scattering the source with explicit indentation requests is not
really desirable.


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