On Wed, 14 Feb 2007 08:11:37 -0500
"John R. Culleton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I too am stuck in specification hell. The specifier is ovenamored of 
> stretching text and the like. I worked through that with the TeX/LaTeX macro 
> soul.sty. 
> 
>  My immediate problem is with putting the 
> caption of a table in a different font.  Currently I have:
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> \setupcaptions[location=top,headstyle=bold,style=bold]
> 
> \placefigure[here][tab:comp]{Comparison of Corporate and
> Government Bond Portfolios} {
> etc.
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Currently I get the caption in bold but the string "Figure 2-1" is not in 
> bold. 

Hi John,

the floattext is written by default in bold style, please look if you
changed it somewhere in your document by \setupcation[style=...] or
\setupcaption[figure][style=...]

> 
> A second problem:
> The designer asks for
> --------------------------------
> Figure 2-1
> Comparison of Corporate etc.
> --------------------------------
> but I get:
> -------------------------------
> Figure 2-1 Comparison of Corporate etc.
> --------------------------------
> 
> I can avoid \placefigure and hand code each caption of course but that 
> deprives me of the ability to float the figures.

\setupcaptions
  [location=top,
   spaceinbetween=0pt, % <-- your friend 
   style=bold,
   width=max] % maybe fit?

Wolfgang

>  
> Unfortunately they brought in the designer after I had already started work 
> (and cashed the deposit check.)
> 
> The first difficulty (typeface) is IMO the most critical. 
> -- 
> John Culleton
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