What is the correct way of placing floats that span the text width and the margin?
If the width of the float content is increased, ConTeXt does not reserve space
in the margin which leads to overlapping content. At the moment I adjust the
vertical placement manually using
\godown, but that can't be the right way.
\startplacefigure [location=margin] \godown [7cm] \externalfigure [dummy] [width=\marginwidth] \stopplacefigure
Here the example code.
\useMPlibrary [dum] \setupfloat [figure] [location=inner] \showframe \starttext \startplacefigure \externalfigure [dummy] [height=4cm, width=\dimexpr\textwidth+\rightmargintotal\relax] \stopplacefigure \startplacefigure [location=margin] \externalfigure [dummy] [width=\marginwidth] \stopplacefigure \stoptext