[NTG-context] Keep postponed footnotes on page where called

Denis Maier denismaier at mailbox.org
Wed Oct 7 11:53:15 CEST 2020

Am 02.10.2020 um 13:00 schrieb Denis Maier:
> Am 30.09.2020 um 19:03 schrieb Pablo Rodriguez:
>> On 9/30/20 5:52 PM, Denis Maier wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> postponing footnotes when using tables causes the footnote often to
>>> appear on the next page, which may not always be wanted. Is there a way
>>> to keep the footnote on the same page in these situations?
>> Hi Denis,
>> this options might help:
>>    \setupnote
>>        [footnote]
>>        [split=verystrict,
>>         scope=text]
> Thanks, I'll try. The problem is that I have multiplage tables, and I 
> want the notes on the appropriate pages. I think postponed footnotes are 
> cactually alled after the table is already finished so the notes always 
> appear at the last page of the table, which in many cases is not what 
> you'd want.

Ok, no luck.

With this example, the notes always appear after the table. (Pablo's 
settings from above make no difference.)


\bTR \bTD a\footnote{A footnote} \eTD \eTR


Is there anything else I can try? Or is that simply not possible? The 
problem is that I have a table where it is really awkward to have the 
notes after the table. (I think with localfootnotes it will be more or 
less the same as they appear where flushed, i.e. also after the table.)


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