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Latest revision as of 16:12, 12 November 2019

\startpostponing

Syntax (autogenerated)

\startpostponing[...] ... \stoppostponing
[...][+-]number


Syntax

\startpostponing[n] ... \stoppostponing

Description

The contents of the block are not typeset immediately, but are inserted into the stream on a specific page (e.g. \startpostponing[2]) or a specific number of pages after the current one (e.g. \startpostponing[+2]). Most commonly used for figures or tables that one wishes to put on the next page.

Example

Example from Hans:

\startpostponing[2]
  PAGE 2 \blank
\stoppostponing

\startpostponing[+1]
  PAGE +1 \blank
\stoppostponing

\startpostponing[+2]
  PAGE +2 \blank
\stoppostponing

\starttext\dorecurse{4}{\input tufte \page} \stoptext

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