I currently have a document in which there are numerous tables each with local footnotes marked by alphabetic characters. When I process the file, I get complaints like:

pdfTeX warning (ext4): destination with the same identifier (name{a}) has been
already used, duplicate ignored
<to be read again>
\thisisdestination ... \dostartthisislocation {#1}
\dostopthisislocation \fi ...

\dodowritereference ...nceprefix \lastreference }}
\referenceinfo > \lastrefer...

\rawprocesscommaitem ...commalevel \endcsname {#1}
\expandafter \rawprocessco...

\rawprocesscommalist ... \rawprocesscommaitem #1,]
,\global \advance \commale...

\writereference ...[\!!stringa ]\dowritereference
                                                  \fi \fi
l.354 \footnotetext[a]
                      {See \goto{Pingree 1977}[Pingree1977].}

Is there a way to reset the localfootnote counter so that ConTeXt is happy and the footnotes marked by arabic numerals are undisturbed. Something like \resetnumber[localfootnotes] perhaps, though this does not work.

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