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Re: Is @caption mature?

From: Akim Demaille
Subject: Re: Is @caption mature?
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 15:58:55 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.1006 (Gnus v5.10.6) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)

>>> "Karl" == Karl Berry <address@hidden> writes:

 >     On text output, there is an additional empty line, 

 > That blank line above the caption seems desirable to me, to separate the
 > caption from the float contents.  You don't think so?

I find that without the attribution is clearer:

Running T0 basically consists in looking at exit values:

          print ("Hello, World!\n")

     File 4.1: `simple.tig'

     $ tc simple.tig
     *Example 1*: tc simple.tig

But I can live with that :)

 >     For HTML, the output is not better either IMHO:

 > What I see is too much space below the float.  Is that what you mean?

Yes, it is huge, and it looks like it is not related to the figure
itself.  The indentation seems wrong too.

 >     And finally, the TeX output is nice, but I miss the bold face.

 > And Arnold wanted slanted for his captions.  I might introduce some way
 > to change the font style for (parts of) the caption, but in general,
 > this is Texinfo, you don't get to control the typesetting :).

Well, why not slanted (but, heck, bold is cuter :), but not plain.

 >     I suppose the message are just debugging?

 > No, you're missing an @setfilename.

Thanks :)

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