Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes:

> There’s at least some notion in the Latex community that captions atop
> tables but below figures is sensible style:
> <https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3243/why-should-a-table-caption-be-placed-above-the-table>.
> In that light, does it make sense to instead implement this setting as an 
> alist
> with separate settings for tables, images, src blocks, etc.?  (Of
> course, there could be separate variables
> org-latex-{table,figure,src-block}-caption-above, but a single alist
> seems simpler)

If we want to preserve backward-compatibility, t, nil and a list of
types (e.g. '(table src-block)) should suffice. No need for an alist.

Still on my ToDo list but I'm not there yet. Feel free to beat me to it
if you want.


Nicolas Goaziou

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