[NTG-context] Get rid of caption on an intermezzo.

John Culleton John at wexfordpress.com
Wed Mar 4 21:30:19 CET 2015


On Wed, 25 Feb 2015 15:42:56 -0500
John Culleton <John at wexfordpress.com> wrote:

> I managed after many trips to the Wiki to get a
> text frame pretty much as I want it, with text
> wrapping around and so on. But the technique
> requires using an intermezzo as a wrapper.
> This feature always puts a title like
> "intermezzo 1" at the bottom. How do I get rid
> of this title?
> 
> For the curious here is my code segment to date:
> \setupframed[framecorner=round,
> frameradius=1em,
> background=screen,
> backgroundscreen=0.70,
> backgroundcorner=round,
> backgroundradius=1em,
> corner=round,
> radius=1em]
> \definefloat[intermezzo]{  }
> 
> \kern 5em\placeintermezzo[right]{}
> \startframedtext[width=3.2in]
> 
> \centerline{\ss\tfb Life Before Specialty}
> \centerline{\ss\tfb Food Marketing}
> \tfx
> 
> What food entrepeneurs did before starting a
> specialty food firm (in order of prevalence):
> \startitemize[1]
> \item Other business non-food-related (52\%)
> \item food-related business (14\%)
> \item Medical profession (11\%)
> \item Education (8\%)
> \item Nonprofit Charity (8\%)
> \item Entertainment (3.6\%)
> \stopitemize
> ---{\bf\it Food Entrepeneur Magazine 2014 pool
> responses}
> 
> \stopframedtext
> 
> 

Anyone have a solution yet?

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