[NTG-context] Multi-par footnotes. Indent second and later paragraphs?

Gerben Wierda gerben.wierda at rna.nl
Sat Aug 9 20:42:05 CEST 2014


On 09 Aug 2014, at 14:33, Wolfgang Schuster <schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com> wrote:

> 
> Am 09.08.2014 um 14:29 schrieb Gerben Wierda <gerben.wierda at rna.nl>:
> 
>> On 06 Aug 2014, at 18:25, Otared Kavian <otared at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> 
>>> On 06 Aug 2014, at 17:46, Gerben Wierda <gerben.wierda at rna.nl> wrote:
>>>> […] Thanks,
>>>> 
>>>> Can this also be used with \footnote{}?
>>>> 
>>>> And out of curiosity & understanding on how ConTeXt works: what does setupindenting do in this example? Why is it necessary?
>>>> 
>>>> G
>>> 
>>> Hi Gerben,
>>> 
>>> The command
>>> 	\setupindenting
>>> is there for the main text to be indented (with the key « yes »). I guess Wolfgang gave it in order for you to have your main text to be indented, in accordance with what you wanted for your footnotes. The default value of setupindenting is « no ». If you wish you can have different indentations for your main text and for your footnotes.
>>> 
>>> On the other hand the command
>>> 	\setupnotation[footnote][indenting={yes,medium}]
>>> is there for your footnotes to have the desired indentation, and it is clear that you can use also
>>> 	\footnote{\input knuth.tex}
>>> and get your footnote with indentation (just try it… :-)
>> 
>> I tried. It gets me:
>> 
>> ! Undefined control sequence.
>> l.141 \setupnotation
>>                     [footnote][indenting={yes,medium}]
> 
> When you use MkII you have to replace \setupnotation with \setupnotedefinition.

That works. Thanks.

G
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