Am 04.05.22 um 23:59 schrieb Bruce Horrocks via ntg-context:
I need to include the copyright acknowledgement / photographer credit on an 
image but I'm not sure what's the best way to do it.

Option 1: I can add the acknowledgement to the end of the \placefigure caption 

e.g.   \placefigure{A picture of a cow. Image of a cow that may or may not be 
under copyright anymore.}{\externalfigure[cow][height=6cm]}

then the copyright bit will appear in the Table of Figures which I don't really 
want to happen. Is there a way to truncate this?


\startplacefigure[title={complete caption}, list={description in the table of figures}]...\stopplacefigure

you can have different caption texts, like for titles.

Option 2: some magazines print the copyright credit running up the side of the 
image, independently of the caption. I'd quite like to do this and wondered if 
anyone had already written something they could share?

I often use \ininner{\rotate[location=fit]{Copyright notice}}, but it’s a hassle to get the placement right, don’t use it within the caption. Using \setlayer is most reliable.

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