{endnotes} is about adding notes to a text which are collected and displayed at the end of the document or chapter.

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endnotes with hyperref (resetting the counter) problem

Following with the discussion in Making endnotes clickable links with hyperref, I've the following issue. If I try to use this method to enable hyperlinks with endnote, everything works fine. But, if ...
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Problems typesetting footnotes with RevTeX 4-1

The RevTeX classes, for some of the APS journals, typeset all footnotes in the bibliography (as endnotes). Although it works perfectly if I try with RevTeX4, I consistently have problems doing this ...
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pagenote: Adding a cross-referencing mechanism

This question originates from a bug report at SourceForge.net: biblatex from April 2010. A user pointed out that a certain biblatex style (verbose-inote) produced wrong references when used together ...
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How does one get endnotes at the end of every chapter?

Is it possible to get endnotes at the end of every chapter? Presently I am using the endnotes package and it seems to only generate all the endnotes together at the point where I put \theendnotes.
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Making endnotes clickable links with hyperref

I would like to use the endnotes package, hyperref and biblatex together to have links to my endnotes. Here is a MWE that shows how the links don't show up: \begin{filecontents}{testbib.bib} ...
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How can I get two sequences of “footnotes” in one LaTeX document, one as footnotes, the other as endnotes?

I want to have two distinct sequences of "footnotes" in a single text, one as footnotes, the other as endnotes. Can this be accomplished in LaTeX? If so, how? In case it isn't clear what I mean, ...