[NTG-context] a footnote bug?

Steffen Wolfrum context at st.estfiles.de
Fri Aug 20 16:49:32 CEST 2004


Hi Hans,

I'm very sorry - maybe i'm blind today - but I can't see any change.
What does "headcommand=\llap" actually mean?
I tried with various parameter, but again no effect.

Could you give a small example please?

Steffen


> >>>Does this distance cannot be adjusted?
> >>> 
> >>>
> >>>      
> >>>
> >>can you make me a small demo file? 
> >>
> >>Hans 
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >Yes, sure. 
> >I just made a frame around the footnote number so you'll can clearly see the gap:
> >
> >\def\myFNnumber#1{\inframed[width=\leftmarginwidth,offset=.0em,frame=on,align=left]{#1}}
> >\setupfootnotedefinition[command=\myFNnumber,location=inleft]
> >\setuppagenumbering [alternative=doublesided,location={header,right}]
> >\showframe \showgrid
> >
> >\starttext
> >test\footnote{first note}
> >\page testest\footnote{second note}
> >\stoptext
> >  
> >
> this is not so much a bug but a missing feature -) 
> 
> in cont-new.tex, add: 
> 
> \startconstants            dutch                     english
>                            german                    czech
>                            italian                   romanian
> 
>               kopcommando: kopcommando               headcommand
>                            headcommand               headcommand
>                            headcommand               headcommand
> 
> \stopconstants
> 
> \unprotect 
> \setvalue{@@definitie\v!commando}#1{\do@@definitie{\executeifdefined{\??dd#1\c!kopcommando}\framed}{#1}}
> \protect 
> 
> Now you can say: 
> 
> \setupfootnotedefinition[location=command,headcommand=\llap]
> 
> and go wild with putting footnote markers anywhere 
> 
> Hans 


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