[NTG-context] footnotes by paragraph?

Bruce Horrocks ntg at scorecrow.com
Sat Jan 28 14:23:30 CET 2023


On 28 Jan 2023, at 02:14, jbf via ntg-context <ntg-context at ntg.nl> wrote:
> 
> Here's a tricky one (for me) that I haven't been able to work out. I am dealing with a set of constitutions that I am organizing with a paragraph definition 
> \defineparagraphs[Two][n=2]
> \setupparagraphs[Two][1][width=.2\textwidth,style=\bfx,after={\blank},align=flushleft]
> \setupparagraphs[Two][2][width=.77\textwidth,style=normal,after={\blank}]
> But I need to get the footnotes (which all apply to [2] in each article of the constitutions) to come beneath my defined 'Two'. I do not want them to come at the bottom of the page.
> I thought I might be able to do it by placing \start...stopTwo within a \start...stopsection and defining \setupnotation[way=bysection] but that is not working.
> Any thought on how I could approach this?
> Julian 

Does this help?

\defineparagraphs[Two][n=2]
\setupparagraphs[Two][1][width=.2\textwidth,style=\bfx,after={\blank},align=flushleft]
\setupparagraphs[Two][2][width=.77\textwidth,style=normal,after={\blank}]

\starttext
\startTwo
The role of the Committee
\Two
The role of the Committee\endnote{See a dictionary if you want to know what a committee is!} is very important.
Some more text.
\stopTwo
\startTwo
The Chairman
\Two
The role of the Chairman...
\stopTwo
\startTwo
~
\Two
\placenotes[endnote]

\stopTwo
\input knuth
\stoptext


—
Bruce Horrocks
Hampshire, UK

—
Bruce Horrocks
Hampshire, UK

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