[NTG-context] superior numbers for footnote numbers?

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Thu Feb 5 13:14:11 CET 2015

> Am 05.02.2015 um 13:01 schrieb Jörg Weger <joerg73.muc at googlemail.com>:
> Better equipped opentype fonts offer so called superior numbers as an opentype feature. Those are special smaller figures for “superscript” (opentype feature “sups”) that are not simply scaled down versions of the normal figures (be they oldstyle or lining) you are normally using.
> Scaling down is as far as I understood the default way context is using to generate the numbers for footnotes. Is there a way to define the use of unscaled superiors according to the fontsizes of body text and footnote text instead?
> Greetings Jörg
> PS: I am using for serif the “Linux Libertine O” family (installed as OTF and invoked by the included mkiv simplefont mechanism) which has the “sups” feature.

\definefontfamily [mainface][rm][Linux Libertine O]
\definefontfamily [mainface][mm][TeX Gyre Pagella Math]



\setupnote    [footnote][textcommand=,textstyle=\addff{f:sups}]


\input knuth\footnote{Knuth sample text}

\input ward\footnote{Ward sample text}



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