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== Description ==  
 
== Description ==  
== comment ==
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<pre>
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<texcode>
 
\setupfootnotes[interaction=no]
 
\setupfootnotes[interaction=no]
will switch off interaction in footnotes. This is
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</texcode>
available in new releases only (beginning Feb. 24 2004)
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will switch off interaction in footnotes.
  
  
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== Example ==
 
== Example ==
  
<pre class="example">
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<texcode>
 
\defineconversion[starred][\starredconv]
 
\defineconversion[starred][\starredconv]
 
\def\starredconv#1{\ifcase#1\or*\or**\or***\fi}
 
\def\starredconv#1{\ifcase#1\or*\or**\or***\fi}
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     and the winner of Best Czech person voting.}
 
     and the winner of Best Czech person voting.}
 
\stoptext
 
\stoptext
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</pre>
 
  
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== See also ==
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[[cmd:placelocalfootnotes|\placelocalfootnotes]]
  
== See also ==
 
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[[Category:Reference/en|setupfootnotes]]
 
[[Category:Reference/en|setupfootnotes]]

Revision as of 15:48, 11 April 2010

\setupfootnotes

Syntax

\setupfootnotes[...,...=...,...]
conversion numbers characters Characters romannumerals Romannumerals
way bytext bysection
location page text columns firstcolumn lastcolumn high none
rule on off
before command
after command
width dimension
height dimension
bodyfont 5pt ... 12pt small big
style normal bold slanted boldslanted type cap small... command
distance dimension
columndistance dimension
margindistance dimension
n number
numbercommand oneargument
textcommand oneargument
split tolerant strict verystrict number
textstyle normal bold slanted boldslanted type cap small... command
textcolor name
interaction yes no
factor number
[...,...=...,...] see \framed


Description

\setupfootnotes[interaction=no]

will switch off interaction in footnotes.


Example

\defineconversion[starred][\starredconv]
\def\starredconv#1{\ifcase#1\or*\or**\or***\fi}
\setupfootnotes[conversion=starred]

\starttext
  Charles IV\/\footnote{Best Czech king (14th cent.)
    and the winner of best Czech person voting.}

  \it
  Charles IV\/\footnote{Best Czech king (14th cent.)
    and the winner of Best Czech person voting.}

  \tt
  Charles IV\/\footnote{Best Czech king (14th cent.)
    and the winner of Best Czech person voting.}
\stoptext


See also

\placelocalfootnotes