On 3/4/20 12:07 PM, Philipp A. wrote:
> Hi Pablo,
> Thank you for the help!
> I’m not using lists on that page … what I do use is a figure with
> location=left, which is probably the culprit, as it ends up pretty close
> to the footnote.

Hi Philipp,

I thought lists were the main problem for footnotes to be invaded, but I
was wrong.

> Is there any interest in fixing this longstanding bug? It’s the only
> feature that’s just consistently broken for me …

I’m afraid that ConTeXt has changed the way that deals with footnotes. A
side effect is this accidental invasion from body text in foonote space.

Before it went worse, the problem was paragraph notes. I reported back
then, but I saw that this was a blocker for anything related to critical
editions in my case.

I think Hans is interested in solving this (or at least, in not having
broken features in ConTeXt), but it might be very hard to track.

I’m afraid I cannot provide a sample. I get text running in footnotes
spaeces with Markdown sources and a rather complex ConTeXt environment.

I wonder if it would be possible to fix the cause by providing a MWE.

Sorry for not being helpless at this issue,

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