On 11/27/2018 16:12, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
The space after the register entry is only ignored when you put it
before the start of a paragraph because ConTeXt saves the content
and flushes it at the start of the next paragraph.

When the register entry appear within in a paragraph or when TeX
is in horizontal mode (like in your footnote) the space after the argument
stays and appears in the text. In this case you have to put a comment
after it to ignore the space which is generated from the line break in your
document.

Wolfgang


Rik Kabel schrieb am 27.11.18 um 21:17:

And now I can construct it, so here is a not-necessarily-minimal example. Note that the problem occurs in footnotes (and endnotes, left as an exercise to the curious).

    \setuppapersize[A9]
    \starttext
    \startparagraph
    Text
    \startfootnote
    Text
    \stopfootnote
    \stopparagraph
    \startparagraph
    \index{Strumpf}
    Text
    \startfootnote
    \index{Strumpf}
    Text
    \stopfootnote
    \stopparagraph\startparagraph
    Text
    \startfootnote
    \index{Strumpf}%
    Text
    \stopfootnote
    \stopparagraph
    \stoptext

With the result:

What is unexpected is that the space does not appear in the body (non-footnote) text of the second paragraph. The difference between handling in notes and in body text seems discordant.

--
Rik

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