[NTG-context] Rotated footnotes?

Steffen Wolfrum context at st.estfiles.de
Sun Feb 7 12:47:07 CET 2010

Am 07.02.2010 um 11:47 schrieb Taco Hoekwater:

> Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
>> Am 07.02.2010 um 10:03 schrieb Taco Hoekwater:
>>> Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
>>>> No answer at all ... Does that mean rotating a figure/label with its footnote just can't be done?
>>> Maybe something like \startlocalfootnotes ... \stoplocalfootnotes and
>>> \placelocalfootnotes at the end of the float body or in the caption
>>> would work. Easier to test with an example ;)
>> Well, here you are: A quick-and-dirty example :o)
> Like this, perhaps. I do not understand why there is so much whitespace
> before (=below) the local footnotes, so someone else has to help with
> that, but besides that it looks much more like context :)
> \starttext
> \rotate[rotation=90,width=\dimexpr(\textheight-5pt)]
>   {\startframedtext[frame=off]
>    \startlocalfootnotes
>    \centerline
>       {\externalfigure[cow][frame=on,width=\dimexpr(\textheight-5pt)]}%
>    \medskip
>    \centerline
>        {Abbildung 12:\pagereference[Abb_12]{\enskip}
>          Regelungen zur Ausgestaltung\footnote{Eigene Darstellung.}}%
>    \placelocalfootnotes
>    \stoplocalfootnotes
>    \stopframedtext }
> \stoptext

That's "shady", as localfootnotes are not part of the "regular" notes, and the contiuous numbering should not be borken!
So I would end up with a dirty hack again ...




       {Abbildung 12:\pagereference[Abb_12]{\enskip}
         Regelungen zur Ausgestaltung\footnote[2]{Eigene Darstellung.}}%
   \stopframedtext }

\page Text\footnote[3]{After.}



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