# How to change footnote number style

I use old-style numerals as the default text font, but that also makes the footnote numbers old-style---which I don't want.

How can change the footnote numbers to lining figures?

I'm using LuaLaTeX and Adobe Garamond Pro.

• Alan, the realscripts package isn't working. Two files were installed: realscripts.sty and realscripts.tpm. I then used \usepackage{fontspec,realscripts}. The result: the footnote numbers were set on the baseline, both in the body of the text and at the bottom of the page. And, they were still old-style, instead of the special superscript glyphs that Adobe Garamond has. Any idea what could be wrong? – Bob Beckett May 30 '11 at 17:22

Just load the realscripts package. It defaults to regular numbers.

Here's a minimal test document:

% !TEX TS-program = LuaLaTeX
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{fontspec}