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I have a document with many footnotes, like this:

This is some text\footnote{This is a footnote}.
This is some more text\footnote{This is another footnote}.
This is yet another text\footnote{This is some more footnote text}.

This produces footnotes numbered 1, 2, 3, etc.

I need to manually reset the footnote number back to 1. E.g.:

This is some text\footnote{This is a footnote}.
This is some more text\footnote{This is another footnote}.
\resetfootnote
This is yet another text\footnote{This is some more footnote text}.

This should produce footnotes numbered 1, 2, then 1 again.

How can I manually reset the footnote counter?

  • Have you had a look at wiki.contextgarden.net/Footnotes especially the section about Footnote Numbering? – Dr. Manuel Kuehner Mar 22 '17 at 0:52
  • Yes, I tried changing way=bypage and way=bysection, but it does not get the correct results, which is to have the numbers reset each time \placefootnotes is called. As bypage and bysection both don't do that, I need to be able to manually adjust the numbering. – Village Mar 22 '17 at 1:00
  • Does the latex solution work in context? \setcounter{footnote}{0} – Dr. Manuel Kuehner Mar 22 '17 at 1:06
  • I found changing that solution to a ConTeXt-style syntax, \setupcounter[footnote][0] works. – Village Mar 22 '17 at 1:13
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\starttext

This is some text\footnote{This is a footnote}.
This is some more text\footnote{This is another footnote}.
\resetcounter[footnote]
This is yet another text\footnote{This is some more footnote text}.

\stoptext

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The LaTeX solution would be

\setcounter{footnote}{0} 

In the comments we found out that this also works for ConTeXt after adapting the syntax:

\setupcounter[footnote][0]

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