[NTG-context] referencing footnotes in another place

Andrea Valle valle at di.unito.it
Thu Nov 22 10:02:07 CET 2007


Hi,

just to know, are there other suggestions?

Best

-a-


On 16 Nov 2007, at 01:22, Andrea Valle wrote:

> Hi to all,
>
> the only thing I don't like in -TeX packages approach while writing  
> is that I have to attach the footnotes to their indices.
> ConTeXt is so clever. Isn't there a way to store the footnotes in  
> another place of the file (or in another file, that's the same) and  
> referring to the in the text.
> When I have many footnotes in the source I get crazy to follow the  
> body text.
>
> I mean, with an exemplum fictum
>
> This is my footnote\fn{myfn}, even if it's just my imagination
>
> so that there's a way to a have
>
> myfn = just a note
>
> Maybe with buffers?
> I'm an ignorant on the matter
>
> Thanks
>
> -a-
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> Andrea Valle
> --------------------------------------------------
> CIRMA - DAMS
> Università degli Studi di Torino
> --> http://www.cirma.unito.it/andrea/
> --> andrea.valle at unito.it
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>
>
> I did this interview where I just mentioned that I read Foucault.  
> Who doesn't in university, right? I was in this strip club giving  
> this guy a lap dance and all he wanted to do was to discuss  
> Foucault with me. Well, I can stand naked and do my little dance,  
> or I can discuss Foucault, but not at the same time; too much  
> information.
> (Annabel Chong)
>
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> Andrea Valle
> --------------------------------------------------
> CIRMA - DAMS
> Università degli Studi di Torino
> --> http://www.cirma.unito.it/andrea/
> --> andrea.valle at unito.it
> --------------------------------------------------
>
>
> I did this interview where I just mentioned that I read Foucault.  
> Who doesn't in university, right? I was in this strip club giving  
> this guy a lap dance and all he wanted to do was to discuss  
> Foucault with me. Well, I can stand naked and do my little dance,  
> or I can discuss Foucault, but not at the same time; too much  
> information.
> (Annabel Chong)
>
>
>
>
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Andrea Valle
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CIRMA - DAMS
Università degli Studi di Torino
--> http://www.cirma.unito.it/andrea/
--> andrea.valle at unito.it
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I did this interview where I just mentioned that I read Foucault. Who  
doesn't in university, right? I was in this strip club giving this  
guy a lap dance and all he wanted to do was to discuss Foucault with  
me. Well, I can stand naked and do my little dance, or I can discuss  
Foucault, but not at the same time; too much information.
(Annabel Chong)




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