# [NTG-context] \setupinteraction[style=...] supersedes manual text style for \note

For the following one, I’m not sure if this is the intended behaviour or not:

I want to set up the “notation” and “note” style manually, which works great
unless I also call \setupinteraction[state=start,style=normal] (or any other
style), regardless of calling it before or after setting up “notation” or
“note”.

MWE (with an assortment of different note positions):

% \setupinteraction[state=start,style=normal] %% uncomment and manual style for
\note[] is no longer respected

\setupnotes[textcolor=blue,textstyle=italic]
\setupnotation[endnote][headcolor=green,numberconversion=character]

\starttext
This is the footnote\footnote[one]{aha} and the reference\note[one].

This is the endnote\endnote[two]{oho} and the reference\note[endnote][two].

Let's look \in[one].

\startplacefigure[title={And in this float\endnote[three]{hmm} and the
reference\note[three].}]

\externalfigure[cow]

\stopplacefigure

\page

And look here \in[two].

\placenotes[endnote]
\stoptext

Cheers

Benjamin
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