# [NTG-context] Problem with \framed align and orientation on landscape pages

Sun May 25 06:12:25 CEST 2014


> On May 24, 2014, at 1:12 PM, Rik Kabel <context at rik.users.panix.com> wrote:
>
>> On 2014-05-24 06:26, Hans Hagen wrote:
>>> On 5/24/2014 4:11 AM, Rik Kabel wrote:
>>> For the /\framed/ command, any value for the key /align /other than a
>>> null value pushes the frame beyond the bottom margin on a landscape page
>>> for many values of /orientation/. The following MWE demonstrates this:
>>>
>>>     \setuppapersize [A4,landscape]
>>>     \starttext
>>>        \framed[orientation=90,align=no]{\externalfigure[dummy]}
>>>     \stoptext
>>>
>>> It also seems that the default value of /align/// is not /no/ as the
>>> wiki suggests, since there is a very different result when no align key
>>> is provided and when it is provided as above with /no/, if by a default
>>> value one means that, when a given key is not explicitly provided,
>>> processing will occur as if it had been provided with that particular
>>> value.
>>
>> \setuppapersize [A4,landscape]
>>
>> \starttext
>>
>> \framed[orientation=90,width=\textheight,align=no]{\externalfigure[dummy]}
>> \stoptext
> Thank you, Hans. That pointed me in the right direction, although it is not the solution in my case.
>
> The problem was with align=no. It does not, as I surmised, lead to the same result as having no align key at all. The following shows the differences clearly. What I am after is the fifth page. I would think that the wiki is incorrect in stating that the default value for the align key is no, but I do not know what is the proper description of the default.
> \setuppapersize [A5,landscape][A4]
> \definebodyfontenvironment [default][d=6]
> \showframe
> \starttext
> \framed[align=no]{\tfd 1}
> \page
> \framed[]{\tfd 2}
> \page
> \framed[orientation=90,align=no,width=\textheight]{\tfd 3}
> \page
> \framed[orientation=90,align=no]{\tfd 4}
> \page
> \framed[orientation=90]{\tfd 5}
> \stoptext

Without any align key, \framed is a \hbox; with align it is a \vbox. That might explain the difference that you see. Try adding \dontleavehmode in front of \framed