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Usually a footnote has a mark within the text (which is superscript) and a mark near the footnote text at the bottom of the document (which is also superscript). How can I change the mark within the text (but not the mark at the bottom of the document), such that it is not superscript (with ConTeXt MKII)?

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Also remember that in MkIV it's not

\setupfootnotes[textstyle=normal, textcommand=\tf]

but

\setupnotation[footnote][textstyle=normal, textcommand=\tf]

I'm using the following now to achieve non-superscript numbers

\setupnotation[footnote][way=bypage,numbercommand=\tf]
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Better make your own minimal example (if you have done much experimenting, you must have something to show). This does what you appear to be looking for:

\setupfootnotes[textstyle=normal,
        textcommand=\tf]

\starttext

This is a\footnote{Footnote}.

\stoptext
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