about typesetting in margins using the marginnote package.

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Dealing with many margin notes

I have to typeset a book that contains a lot of side material (comments, notes, references, supplementary explanations, ...) that I want to appear alongside the main material. At first, I thought of ...
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Margin notes with a pointing arrow that are automatically vertically adjusted

I am trying to emulate margin notes as they are in my (favourite) macroeconomics textbook. The crucial thing here is that the little arrow points to the line where the margin note is set. I have ...
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create a framed environment for a margin note

What am trying to achieve is the following: Of course, if this can be done so that there is a switch between even and odd pages. Currently I am only interested in the not appearing on the LHS ...
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Multiple \marginnote commands on the same line in math environment

If multiple \marginnote commands are triggered on the same line, by default they are typeset on top of one another, making them unreadable. I would like them to stack vertically, which is the default ...
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Left marginnote does not work

I badly need to have marginal notes on the left margin. The command \marginpar does not work. Supposedly, \marginnote works, and this needs the marginnote package. OK, I tried, but nothing happens. ...
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Inserting a line to separate the text and the margin note

How can I insert a vertical line through a whole page to separate the text and the margin notes?
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Add background colour to margin notes area

I want to delimit margin note area by a background color for all the document like in some nice books. I tried with marginnote and todonote packages without success. You are my last hope...
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Vertically aligning a marginnote and a section title

In the following code, the marginnote is logically aligned to the lipsum text. I would like to align the marginnote to the title of the section. What's the trick to use ? % Source : ...
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Making marginnote to appear either side of twocolumn, twoside document

I have the following MWE in which the \marginnote need to appear at correct margin. For example the margin notes one, two, three and four need to appear on left margin of first page. In the second ...
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Subfigures in Margin note

My codes, \documentclass[a4paper,twoside,openright,11pt]{scrbook} \usepackage[left=1.5cm,right=1cm,top=3cm,bottom=1.5cm,marginparwidth=5.5cm,marginparsep=1cm,outer=8cm]{geometry} ...
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How would you reproduce the Leibniz binary table

I would like to reproduce the original Leibniz binary table (as seen here). The most precise the better...
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Alignment of marginnote independently of main paragraph

I've noticed that when a \marginnote is added (edit: using the marginnote package), the horizontal alignment of that note is inherited from wherever the note is placed. In my case, I wish to have a ...
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Marginalia inside tcolorbox

I created some fancy tcolorbox for writing solutions of the problems: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[breakable, many]{tcolorbox} \usepackage{changepage} \usepackage{lipsum} \NewTColorBox[auto ...
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Vertical alignment of marginnote and section heading

Following on from a previous question I asked, I am now having difficulty in vertically aligning my margin note with a section heading. To be clear, the problem is only when I invoke the solution ...
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Automated Marginal Documentation of Page Changes

I have a recollection of having seen this answered here before, but I spent the last hour looking for it and failed, so I'm asking (maybe again): I'm translating a document. I'd like to keep track, ...
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Superfullcite with style=alphabetic

I am using \superfullcite{} explained here. As I understand it (which is not much I'm afraid), it is basically a \footfullcite{} that only appears once as a footnote, even if cited several times. I ...