[NTG-context] \setupfooter[color=red]: red color spills with float over next page

Benjamin Buchmuller benjamin.buchmuller at gmail.com
Sun Dec 4 20:07:20 CET 2016


Hi Hans,

thank you for your help. I tried exactly as you suggested, which worked fine, but adopting for the case being with \setupfootertexts[\strut{\color[MyColor]{footers}}\strut][][][…same…] (further, footer texts change in the course of the document and call markings, page numbers etc.), I ended up with the same result as before. 

I will provide a minimal example as soon as possible next week. 

Cheers, Benjamin 

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> From: Benjamin Buchmuller <benjamin.buchmuller at gmail.com>
> Subject: [NTG-context] \setupfooter[color=red]: red color spills with float over next page
> Date: 4 December 2016 at 04:05:49 CET
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> When I have
> 
> \setupfooter[color=red, style=bold] (same goes with \setupfooter[style=red])
> 
> and a
> 
> tex text text
> 
> % <<<< page breaks here after typesetting >>>>
> 
> \startplacefigure[
> 	%location=force, % no matter what I do here
> 	title={Caption.}
> ]
> … something …
> \stopplacefigure
> 
> other text
> 
> that is moved to the following page as first object, the entire page including the figure’s rulers, caption, and the regular text prints in red (but not bold!?) when I incorporate the file via \component … into my project, but not when I typeset from within \startcomponent … \stopcomponent.
> 
> Since “bold” does not seem to float the same way, I guess it is related to color handling at page breaks somehow.
> 
> I already tried to \setupfloats[before=\strut] to “force” black bodyfont right before the figure (at least this is what I intended to do), but did not work.
> 
> I’m sorry not to be able to provide a more elaborate minimal example asserting the exact conditionals of this behaviour at the moment as I need to hand in a report next week. Probably the footers have to go black this time.
> 
> Any suggestions?
> 
> Thank you for your help.
> 
> 
> Benjamin
> 
> 
> 
> From: Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl>
> Subject: Re: [NTG-context] \setupfooter[color=red]: red color spills with float over next page
> Date: 4 December 2016 at 11:42:19 CET
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>> On 12/4/2016 4:05 AM, Benjamin Buchmuller wrote:
>> When I have
>> 
>> \setupfooter[color=red, style=bold] (same goes with \setupfooter[style=red])
>> 
>> and a
>> 
>> tex text text
>> 
>> % <<<< page breaks here after typesetting >>>>
>> 
>> \startplacefigure[
>> 	%location=force, % no matter what I do here
>> 	title={Caption.}
>> ]
>> … something …
>> \stopplacefigure
>> 
>> other text
>> 
>> that is moved to the following page as first object, the entire page including the figure’s rulers, caption, and the regular text prints in red (but not bold!?) when I incorporate the file via \component … into my project, but not when I typeset from within \startcomponent … \stopcomponent.
>> 
>> Since “bold” does not seem to float the same way, I guess it is related to color handling at page breaks somehow.
>> 
>> I already tried to \setupfloats[before=\strut] to “force” black bodyfont right before the figure (at least this is what I intended to do), but did not work.
>> 
>> I’m sorry not to be able to provide a more elaborate minimal example asserting the exact conditionals of this behaviour at the moment as I need to hand in a report next week. Probably the footers have to go black this time.
>> 
>> Any suggestions?
> 
> not many as i really need an example
> 
> you can try
> 
> \setupfootertexts[\strut{\red foo}\strut}
> 
> instead
> 
> Hans
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