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There is no way to do this with floating figures without rewriting half of latex: the caption (including any footnote marks) is set at the point of the figure environment and a floating figure can float past footnotes, thus getting the footnote numbers out of order. If you really want this output style (I can see no good reason for it, a float is by design ...


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Since it seems that my comments at least in parts solved the question I'll add a real answer: The dblfnote package allows for two-column footnotes in a singe-column document which may be an alternative to “para” footnotes. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{dblfnote} \DFNalwaysdouble % for this example \usepackage[nopar]{lipsum}% dummy text ...


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You might also just define a new command and use it inside the regular \footnote command, e.g., \newcommand{\fnOne}{A footnote.} \newcommand{\fnTwo}{Another footnote.} A text\footnote{\fnOne} with some\footnote{\fnTwo} footnotes. Which produces the expected: One issue with this approach is that you cannot use numbers within command names, which might ...


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Here's a quick workaround: \footnotemark \footnotetext{<text>} For example: \documentclass[version=last]{scrlttr2} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \begin{document} \begin{letter}{Markus Kohm} \opening{Dear Mr. Kohm,} how can I add footnotes to enclosures\footnote{works}? \setkomavar*{enclseparator}{Enclosures: } \encl{encl\footnotemark}% ...


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You could redefine the macro responsible for typesetting the footnote mark: \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{scrartcl} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage{blindtext} \makeatletter \renewcommand\@makefnmark{% \hbox{\ftntm@font\raisebox{\adjust@fnmheight}{\scriptsize\thefootnotemark}}% } \newcommand{\adjust@fnmheight}{% ...


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That is a problem with eledpar. There is, actually, no general solution. I am working, since one year, on a global solution, but for now it is not stable. The only way you could try is to reduce \goalfraction, for example to 0.8 \renewcommand{\goalfraction}{0.8} Read the hanbdbook about goalfraction.


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If you are doing a facing page edition and translation, the best packages for this are the twinned eledmac and eledpar. Here's an example; but note that this barely scratches the surface of the possibilities. (In particular, I'm not using any of the "critical text/edition" macros.) If you provide a real details regarding what you are hoping to accomplish ...


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As Barbara Benton mentioned in her comments, just use url package. It (using article document class -- I'm not familiar with fcd) gives expected results. My MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{url} \begin{document} \section{Introduction} Frontiers of Computer Science is an international peer-reviewed academic journal sponsored by the ...


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The problem comes from the two-column mode: the url command can cut an address at specific characters (mainly at \, but the hyphens option allows hyphen characters. One can use the macro defined in the documentation, that lets you use the exclamation mark as indicating an allowed line break. However it is not required, if the url style is set to same (same ...


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Ok, I have seen the file, and so, where was the problem. @mxordn added some lines which look like: \edtext{xxx}{} And so, these lines created edtext without notes, which made eledmac/eledpar be troubled and write the critical notes in a bad place. After correction, all is ok. The next version of eledmac (still in development, but which will be ...


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first option in htlatex's second parameter must be either name of custom config file, or html or xhtml. default ishtml, which is used if you omit the parameter. correct option for inline footnotes isfn-in`. so your command line call should be: htlatex main.tex "xhtml,fn-in"


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Take the original document, remove the table, and increase the paper size so that every paragraph fits on a single line. Decrease the font size, if necessary. \usepackage[margin=1cm, paperwidth=550cm, paperheight=550cm]{geometry} Then, copy the content of the PDF file and paste it into a plain text file. Replace all line breaks by " § " using sed or perl. ...



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