James Harkins <jamshar...@qq.com> writes:

> Something like that would do it, I think. I hesitate about breaking
> backward compatibility, but at the same time, I'm hard-pressed to
> imagine why one would want captions to be differently placed in the
> same document.

This wouldn't break compatibility. We would just mark
`org-latex-table-caption-above' as an obsolete alias for

> I suppose, if somebody needs to move a caption to the top or bottom
> overriding the default, it could be an attribute, hypothetically:
> #+name: blah
> #+caption: blah blah
> #+attr_latex: :captionpos t
> #+begin_figure
> ...
> #+end_figure
> "t" would put it at the top, ":captionpos b" at the bottom and
> ":captionpos nil" (or not specified) would use the default from the
> configuration variable.
> Reasonable?

I don't think we need to go that far at the moment. Implementing
`org-latex-caption-above' is a reasonable start.

I add it to my ToDo list.


Nicolas Goaziou

Reply via email to