[NTG-context] export breaks float placement
Henning Hraban Ramm
texml at fiee.net
Thu Mar 15 10:33:53 CET 2018
Am 2018-03-15 um 09:54 schrieb Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl>:
> On 3/3/2018 11:07 AM, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:
>> Am 2018-02-27 um 16:10 schrieb Alan Braslau <braslau.list at comcast.net>:
>>>> With \setupbackend[export=yes] the image is placed "here" and never
>>>> "right" or "left".
>>> I "reported" this a while ago. The answer is that right or left are
>>> meaningless for the export and that the export is built somehow using
>>> the generated PDF.
>>> I believe that Hans' workflow includes controlling the export run by
>>> viewing the export PDF (in sumatra), so he has been reluctant to change
>>> the behavior.
>> Hi! Slowly recovering from the flu...
>> So, this is already known. But if there’s indeed such reasoning behind, it really makes no sense at all!
>> Even if Hans’ workflow is not capable of right or left placement, it’s easily achievable in HTML/ePub (CSS float: left/right), so it can’t generally be meaningless.
> it has nothing to do with that but more with the fact that the actual placement can make the structure invalid
>> And I can’t accept that the option of exporting to XML would (more or less) drastically and needlessly change the print layout!
>> At least _please_ make it an option!
> ok, i'll remove the check ... but: don't bother to complain about invalid exported structured when it happens as i will not look into and/or fix interferences with the actual placement, which can be elsewhere due to lack of room or delayed placement due to margin locations (in that case you need to make a conditional sections in your document source)
I’ll check and document it.
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