On May 27, 2014, at 15:37 , Wolfgang Schuster <schuster.wolfg...@gmail.com> 
wrote:

>> Is there also an equivalent of \placetable for use with Natural Tables?
> 
> You can use \placetable for all table environments.

Thank you!

Now another one:

(a) I want to create a table using 'p' cells that does not use the full width 
of the paper
(b) it is a long table, crossing a page end
(c) the whole table should be centered

I tried the source below and obviously made a mistake somewhere.

Any suggestions?

Robert

Test source:

\starttext

\input knuth

\setuptabulate[split=yes]

\midaligned { %%% <-- THIS DOES NOT WORK -- it does not center the entire table
\starttabulate [|p(.5\textwidth)|p(.2\textwidth)|]
\dorecurse{4}{
\NC 
Nu laat ik je iets zien in een tabel, die met tabulate gemaakt is. \NC Het is 
overigens maar een experiment, maar we zullen zien wat er gebeurt. {\bf And I 
want all this to be centered.} \NC \NR
\NR
\NC Als dit werkt, dan gaan we heel fanatiek hiermee verder. \NC Dan gaan we 
allerlei prachtige zaken in ConTeXt zetten, met XeTeX. \NC \NR
\NR
} % end of \dorecurse
\stoptabulate
} % end of \midaligned

\stoptext

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