# Rotate a placetable/placefigure plus caption in ConTeXt?

I've a large table, which I want to rotate to fit onto one page. My current solution looks like:

\placetable{some text}
{\rotate[rotation=90]{
\starttable[...]
....
\stoptable}}

But unfortunately this way only the table itself is rotate, not the caption.

Instead I want the table across the page to be in "landscape", whereas the header and footer won't be rotated. Something like:

\rotate[rotation=90]{
\placetable{some text}
{\starttable[...]
....
\stoptable}}

such that the caption is rotated to and "under" the table (if the page is rotated to landscape in the viewer).

Update:

Any ideas?

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@Herbert: Normally, broad "concept" tags should be preferred to specific "command" tags. –  lockstep Jun 19 '11 at 9:01
@lockstep: rotating is the wrong tag for context! –  Herbert Jun 19 '11 at 9:01
@Herbert: {rotating} is ambiguous because it may stand for a) the general concept of "rotating" b) the LaTeX package of the same name. I'd still prefer to have one tag, however named. Maybe the naming question could be discussed at our meta site. –  lockstep Jun 19 '11 at 9:05