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I am using glossaries package with the acronym and footnote option. I also set footnotes to appear in the margin. With multiple acronyms in a line, multiple footnotes are placed in the margin. To avoid overlap, the notes are moved which causes Marginpar moved warning.

Is there a way to prevent Marginpar warnings when multiple notes are generated in the margin corresponding to content from a single line?

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Your question does not provide your technical solution which leads to the warnings. That said: give the marginfix-package a try (\usepackage{marginfix} before \begin{document}).

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marginfix did indeed fix it! I didn't think my problem was covered by the fix, but it seems to have done the trick. Thanks! –  Dave May 1 '12 at 20:27

You just want to remove the warning, not stop them moving? If that is what you meant then:

\makeatletter

\def\foo#1\@latex@warning@no@line#2#3\@nil{\def\@addmarginpar{#1#3}}
\expandafter\foo\@addmarginpar\@nil

\makeatother
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The silence package also has this "muting" capability. –  Werner May 1 '12 at 20:25

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