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Here's a possible solution without symbols, using only the standard \framebox command: \documentclass{article} \newcommand{\boxnumber}[1]{% \begingroup\setlength{\fboxsep}{0pt}% no padding in \framebox \raisebox{-.15ex}{% shift slightly down \framebox[\ht\strutbox]{% \rule{0pt}{\ht\strutbox}% % fill the height ...

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The standard way to deal with this is to use setups: \startsetups name \setupTABLE[...][...] .... \stopsetups where name can be any string. Then, you can use \bTABLE[setups=name] .... \eTABLE and context will apply the setup name. You can even define multiple setups and select them using \bTABLE[setups={one, two}] .... \eTABLE etc.

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You can keep the effect of \setupTABLE using it after \bTABLE \starttext \bTABLE \bTR\bTD abc\eTD\bTD abcdefg\eTD\eTR \bTR\bTD 123456789\eTD\bTD 1234\eTD\eTR \eTABLE \bTABLE \setupTABLE[c][each][width=1in] \bTR\bTD 1inch\eTD\eTR \eTABLE \bTABLE \bTR\bTD This\eTD\bTD more\eTD\eTR \bTR\bTD like\eTD\bTD it\eTD\eTR \eTABLE \stoptext

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I'd just use \begin{gnuplot}[terminal=cairolatex] set size 1,0.6 plot [0:2*pi] sin(x) with lines linewidth 2 title 'Sine' \end{gnuplot} Maybe needs some fiddling at the beginning, but I think it's easier in the end than messing around with margins.

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\left and \right create a "inner formula" with additional spaces around except in scriptsize or smaller or after an opening delimiter or before a closing delimiter. The curly braces put the inner formula into a sub formula with the same spacing rules as an ordinary math atom (\mathord). See package mleftright, if you want a solution without additional ...

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The characters which can be resized with \left, \middle and \right are those with a non zero \delcode. Commands are also allowed, provided their expansion starts with \delimiter; they are defined by \DeclareMathDelimiter in fontmath.ltx: %%% characters \DeclareMathDelimiter{(}{\mathopen} {operators}{"28}{largesymbols}{"00} ...

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Using \scalerel, one can make one argument match the vertical extent of another argument. The optional argument is a max-width constraint (in this case, I chose 2ex). Here's an example of the same code working on two different \somethinghuge arguments. In this case, I chose \mysymbol as a / sign. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{scalerel} ...

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