[NTG-context] About testing rest of space on a page

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Thu Jul 30 21:25:28 CEST 2020

Taco Hoekwater schrieb am 30.07.2020 um 09:05:
>> On 29 Jul 2020, at 23:08, Willi Egger <context at boede.nl> wrote:
>> Good evening!
>> I have a bookproject in which sections are ended with a small graphical element. Now as usual this graphic might be moved to a new page which is of course unwanted.
>> At this moment I have:
>> \startsetups endsection
>>   \vfil
>>   \placefigure[middle,none][]{}{\externalfigure[ornament2][height=2\lineheight]}
>>   \stopsection
>> \stopsetups
>> \def\stopmysection{\setups{endsection}}
>> I use then instead of \stopsection the \stopmysection. This works except that the ornament is in some cases placed on the next page. — My question is whether it is possible to do a \testpage and evaluate the result hereof and then using either the placement of the ornament and stop the section or just end the section without ornament?
> You can put your setups *inside* the test:
>    \definepagechecker
>      [willi]
>      [method=1,before=,after=,inbetween={\setups{endsection}}]
>    \def\stopmysection
>      {\checkpage[willi][lines=4]}
> The before=/after= pair is used when a page break is forced by the test, inbetween= is used if there is no forced break.
> (\testpage is a wrapper around \checkpage:
>   https://source.contextgarden.net/page-brk.mkiv?search=testpage#l564 )

No need for a new \stop command.



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