[NTG-context] \setupcaptions question
j. van den hoff
veedeehjay at googlemail.com
Thu Feb 12 22:41:52 CET 2015
On Thu, 12 Feb 2015 22:18:51 +0100, Otared Kavian <otared at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Joerg,
> I think you are right when refering to a figure, the number stopper
> should not appear in the text.
> It seems to me that using something like
> used to work in mkii and mkiv, but while it works in mkii, I just tried
> it with mkiv and found that it does not work as expected anymore.
thanks for confirming this (I also did not know that it used to work in
> So it is a bug introduced recently.
> Probably Hans should be informed about it.
the canonical 'communication channel' being which? this list? bug tracker?
> Best regards: OK
>> On 12 Feb 2015, at 17:37, j. van den hoff <veedeehjay at googlemail.com>
>> I want to use `numberstopper' for figure caption customization like so:
>> this works fine for the caption itself (i.e. I get, e.g. "Figure 1:
>> caption text") _but_
>> references to the figure via a defined label such as [fig:example]
>> in the body text do include the numberstopper, too, which is highly
>> undesirable in my view, since, e.g.,
>> "... see Figure 1: for an example. ..."
>> should rather read
>> "... see Figure 1 for an example. ..."
>> i.e. the numberstopper should be omitted (at least optionally) when
>> question: how can this be achieved?
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