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Tables below footnotes, is this a good output routine algorithm or a bug?

I use

\usepackage[left=25mm, right=25mm, top=25mm, bottom=20mm]{geometry}

I have no idea why LaTeX places one of my figures beneath a footnote:


Removing the bottom-setting form geometry places the figure to the correct position. However, I need to set the bottom margin to 20mm and don't know which default-setting the scrbook-environment uses.

\usepackage[left=25mm, right=25mm, top=25mm]{geometry}


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marked as duplicate by clemens, Werner, lockstep, Kurt, Thorsten Nov 9 '12 at 20:52

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If a bottom float appears on a page, LaTeX places the footnote above it. To prevent this you can load the footmisc package with its bottom option:

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