My goal is to display floats (a custom type, but I don't think this is relevant) without caption, but to still be able to list them all at the end of my document via their title.
I'm using the following code (using
figure instead of my custom float):
\starttext \startbodymater \startplacefigure[location=none,title="title1"] ... \stopplacefigure \startplacefigure[location=none,title="title2"] ... \stopplacefigure \endbodymater \startbackmatter \completelistoffigures \stopbackmatter \stoptext
The floats are indeed displayed without caption, but the list in the back matter is empty.
Conversely, if I remove the
location=none option, the list is correctly filled, but each float has a caption.
Is there a way to both hide the captions and list all the floats?