The space around formula with \placeformula is a bit too large to my taste, 
even in the case of \setupformulae[spaceafter=small]. Because setting this to 
0pt didn't make much difference, I had to resort to spaceafter=-1ex. Why is 
there seemingly always such a large space around the formula? Why not a much 
tighter boundary?

Furthermore, it seems that there is no difference like above/below-displayskip 
and ditto displayshortskip as in Plain TeX. At least, I could not find it. Or 
did I miss that? I consulted the wiki, but the information is not found.

Hans van der Meer

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