[NTG-context] \placenotes ends up in wrong place when mixing one- and two- column layouts.

Zhichu Chen chenzhichu at zjlab.org.cn
Tue May 10 11:20:47 CEST 2022

Thanks Hans, works perfectly.

Sorry for the late reply. Still working on the template and got another 
one. Again, sorry.

The journal is in two-column form and the title, authors, and addresses 
are spanned to

the full width. Very common. But the title may acknowledge to some 
fund(s) and the

authors may have email addresses. If I use \note[thanks] and 
\note[email] to do that,

only the markers are shown. That's expected. So I tried to put 
\postponenotes before

the title and insert\placenotes[thanks] and \placenotes[email] after 
\startcolumns. The

notes did show up but in wrong position.

I hope there's another magic switch, or I have to put the marks in the 
title head and

put "real" but invisible notes in the two-column texts.

Thanks again, Hans.



MWE (not that minimal):



\setupnotation[thanks][numberconversion=set 2]




\defineaddress[fst][name={Name of Institute or Affiliation, City, Country}]
\defineaddress[snd][name={Name of Secondary Institute or Affiliation, 
City, Country}]



The Title\thanks{Work supported by somebody.}

Me\email{myemail at some.where}\high{,}\note[address][fst]\high{,}\note[address][snd]




\input knuth



On 5/8/22 17:20, Hans Hagen via ntg-context wrote:
> On 5/8/2022 6:55 AM, Zhichu via ntg-context wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am going to convince the Board of a journal to consider ConTeXt as 
>> an additional option.
>> I want to make a module before I say anything. Right now I have this 
>> title problem.
>> The journal requires the titles to be CAPITALISED, except for the 
>> acronyms. I'm currently
>> using backticks`...`to wrap it and replace it with\egroup 
>> ...\WORD\bgroup{} with
>> lpeg. This kinda works, but that's so ugly. Besides, the actual story 
>> is that I also want to
>> add markdown as an option, so the backticks actually have meanings.
>> I also checked thetypo-cap.luafile to get a clue. But I used to use 
>> TeX exclusively
>> and I have to admit that it's so overwhelming for a newbie.
>> I really like the way wherebibtextreats words enclosed in curly 
>> braces are ignored.
>> Or are there something that's less aggressive than\WORDso the LaTeX 
>> trick works:
>> \def\NoCaseChange#1{\noexpand\NoCaseChange{\noexpand#1}}
> \starttext
> \protected\def\casing[#1]{\groupedcommand{\setcharactercasing[#1]}{}}
>     \protected\def\nocasing 
> {\groupedcommand{\setcharactercasing[reset]}{}}
>     \setuphead[chapter][textstyle=\WORD]
>     \chapter{some \nocasing{kept} text or \casing[Word]{more} text}
> \stoptext
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