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How to make footnote numbers invisible in ConTeXt?

I need to put some comments in the footnotes area in a document, but without any note numbers appearing. I've tried several things, including \footnote[numbercommand={}]{This is the footnote}, but ...
2
votes
1answer
87 views

How to place footnote under TABLE in ConTeXt?

I need to place footnotes, declared inside \bTABLE \eTABLE, just under the table, delimited with a short rule. |----------| | table | |----------| _______ *footnote I also need to \placetable ...
5
votes
1answer
191 views

How to change the font formatting in the text and numbers of footnotes in ConTeXt?

I have a document with two different types of footnotes, \noteone and \notetwo, defined with this: \definenote[noteone][footnote] \definenote[notetwo][footnote] For these two footnotes, I need to ...
3
votes
1answer
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How to allow footnotes in frontmatter content in ConTeXt?

I have a document structured like this: \starttext \startfrontmatter \startstandardmakeup This is a title.\footnote{This is a footnote.} \stopstandardmakeup ...
3
votes
1answer
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how to change the footnote text color in ConTeXt?

The default color of footnote texts is black, if I want to change it into red, how can I achieve this? I have used the \setupfootnotes [textcolor=red] or \setupfootnotes ...
3
votes
1answer
122 views

Prevent page break within footnote in ConTeXt

I have the following example of footenotes: \definepapersize[MyBook][A5] \setuppapersize[MyBook][A5] \usetypescript[times] \setupbodyfont[times,11pt] \setupbodyfontenvironment [default][em=italic] ...
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1answer
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How to renumber and redisplay additional references to a previous footnote if the previous appearance was several pages prior in ConTeXt?

I am using \setnotetext[footnote][0001]{This is a footnote.} to set a footnote's text and \note[footnote][0001] to create multiple references to it. When the footnote's first appearance, and later ...
2
votes
1answer
306 views

Indenting footnotes in ConTeXt

How to modify \footnote in ConTeXt, such that the complete footnote is indented?
5
votes
1answer
149 views

How to create multiple references to a single footnote in ConTeXt?

I have some footnotes in a ConTeXt document, which must be referenced too multiple times, i.e., the superscript mark 1 appears in several parts of the document, but the footnote is only displayed ...
3
votes
1answer
167 views

ConTeXt mkiv: Footnote inside tabulation

I need to include a \footnote inside a tabulation environment. I adapted the example from ConTeXt wiki, but at compiling the content between \starttabulatehead and \stoptabulatehead doesn't show up ...
8
votes
1answer
606 views

What is the correct syntax for subfootnote?

After upgrading from ConTeXt stable to beta, any code containing subfootnote does not compile. E.g.: \definestructureconversionset [footnote] [numbers, Characters] [numbers] \setupenumerations ...
2
votes
1answer
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Why is a blank line added before a description environment when placed in a footnote in ConTeXt?

I would like to place a description environment inside a footnote, e.g.: \definedescription[descr][headstyle=normal, style=normal, width=3em] \starttext This is some ...
4
votes
1answer
301 views

How to set footnotes to use a combination of two numbering formats in ConTeXt?

How can I redefine the numbering style of footnotes in ConTeXt, such that is displays a combination of a number and letter (e.g. 1.A, 1.B, 1.C) instead of the usual 1, 2, 3 sequence, e.g.: This is ...
6
votes
2answers
321 views

Paragraph-style for footnotes in ConTeXt

Is there a way to have paragraph-style footnotes in ConTeXt, similar to what is provided by the footmisc package? E.g.: This is some text^1. This is some other^2 text. This is some more text. ...
4
votes
2answers
554 views

Footnote mark in non-superscript with ConTeXt

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 ...