[NTG-context] Something got wrong here

Alan BRASLAU alan.braslau at cea.fr
Thu Jul 28 22:16:47 CEST 2016


On Thu, 28 Jul 2016 19:52:41 +0200
Henri Menke <henrimenke at gmail.com> wrote:

> \footnote{\cite[righttext={; p.~1}][Berlant2011]}

Several comments:

1. \setupbtx [default:cite:righttext] [left={; }]
allows you to drop the semicolon+space in your righttext values, if
this is what you desire; [left=\btxsemicolon] can also be used.

2. \footnote{\cite[alternative=entry,after={ p.~1}][Berlant2011]}
allows you to include the full citation in the footnote, if desired.
This is the same as \footnote{\placecitation[Berlant2011]}.
(Note that this still requires the use of \placelistofcitations
somewhere in the text.)
The difference between "righttext=" and "after=" in a \cite is that the
first one adds the page reference to the citation reference and the
second adds the page reference to the end of the citation rendering.

3. The default style is extremely basic. One can setup the citation
reference numbers to be placed high like footnote references, if
desired.

Alan



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