# Re: [NTG-context] Bug in \placefigure[right]?

```Am 13.01.2014 um 12:22 schrieb Mari Voipio <mari.voi...@iki.fi>:

> Hello!
>
> For a while I've been baffled by a weird bug where sometimes I get
> overset text when using \placefigure[right]. The problem appeared
> sometime this autumn in places where everything has worked before.
>
> This far I've (reluctantly) worked my way around the bug by using hard
> line breaks where needed, but the current project has so many of those
> spots that a more flexible solution would be nice.
>
> On the other hand, just because I have so many of them and some
> appeared today, I realized that the problem can be related to {\tfx }
> in the beginning of the line. Here's a minimal example:
>
>
> ============
>
> \starttext
>
> \placefigure
>    [right][cow]
>    {A cow}
>    {\externalfigure[cow]}
>
>
> {\tfx SET TIME/DATE} allows you to (re)set the instrument date and
> time. Time is set by inputting a certain amount of digits. Possible
> inputs are 4, 6, 8 and 12 digits. To set hours and minutes, input 4
> digits. To set day of month and time input 6 digits. To set month, day
> and time input 8 digits. To set year, month, day and time input 12
> digits. In all cases seconds can be set by separating them with a dot.
> The format can be seen below.
>
> \input tufte
>
>
>
> \stoptext
>
> ===============
>
>
>
> I know it is not beautiful, but I'm doing something very specific
> where this is needed. In a real pinch I can probably rewrite every
> problem sentence to put the \tfx in the middle instead of the
> beginning, but this still doesn't make the original problem go away.
> (Although I may be the only one bothered by it…)```
```
It’s a known problem when you have a font switch at the begin of a paragraph
and you can avoid it only when you force horizontal mode before you change
the font with

\dontleavehmode{\tfx …} …

Wolfgang
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