[NTG-context] placelocalfootnotes breaks center alignment

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Mon Aug 15 12:27:25 CEST 2016

> Henri Menke <mailto:henrimenke at gmail.com>
> 29. Juli 2016 um 12:48
> Dear list,
> sometimes, one wants to place footnotes in a table which then appear 
> right below the last row. Therefore ConTeXt ships the clever 
> `\start...\stoplocalfootnotes` mechanism. Unfortunately, putting 
> `\placelocalfootnotes` outside of the table breaks the centering of 
> the table itself. For illustration please see the example below. How 
> can I have my table centered while the footnotes are either 
> left-aligned with respect to the left border of the table or 
> left-aligned with respect to the page (whatever is easier)?
> Cheers, Henri
> ---
> \starttext
> \startplacetable
> [title={some table}]
> \startlocalfootnotes
> \startTABLE
> \NC Content\footnote{Footnote} \NC\NR
> \stopTABLE
> \placelocalfootnotes % commenting out unbreaks alignment
> \stoplocalfootnotes
> \stopplacetable
> \stoptext
You can use the pairedbox mechanism to place the notes under the table.



\startplacetable[title={some table}]
                 \NC Content\footnote{Footnote} \NC\NR

\startplacetable[title={some table}]
              \NC Content\footnote{Footnote} \NC\NR


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