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Here is a slightly modified view on the float placement using a forced location - using the [H] float specifier from float: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx,float,etextools,lipsum,refcount} \makeatletter \newcommand{\markfootnote}{\edef\@currentlabel{\thefootnote}} \g@addto@macro{\footnotemark}{\markfootnote} \makeatother \begin{document} ...

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The best practice is never use page footnotes inside floats. You can make show footnotes in a more "orthodox" way using \foonotemark inside the float and\footnotetext[2]{Source of the other image} outside, or a normal \footnote{} inside the float with the ftnxtra package. However, keep in mind that what is inside a float environment can fleet as the wind, ...

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\queuepage works like \afterpage but will not run until the previous \queuepage is done. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{caption} \usepackage{afterpage} \usepackage{mwe} \newcounter{nextqpage}% incremented when queued \newcounter{lastqpage}% incremented when used \newcommand{\queuepage}[1]% #1 = same as \afterpage ...

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I think you want "paragraph-style footnotes." You can get these in any document class by loading the footmisc package with the para option. You can also use the memoir class and issue the command paragraphfootnotes. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[para]{footmisc} % OR: % \documentclass{memoir} % \paragraphfootnotes \begin{document} This is ...

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Would something like this work for you? \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \Huge Regular Text \vfill Bottom Notes \newpage \end{document}

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The \footnote command doesn't remove spaces before it. So, in general, it should be immediately after the word that should bear the footnote mark, with no intervening spaces. So of the means as reported in Figure~\ref{whatever} is not uniform.\footnote{The text of the footnote.} Within A space like in uniform. \footnote{The text of the footnote.} will ...

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Some workaround as a combination of \marginote and \footnote: \footmarginnote[optional number]{some text}[optional margin text] will print the footnote number in the right margin and the corresponding 'footnote' without marker as a real footnote. If the optional argument is given, that number (no check so far!) is used instead of the current footnote ...

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The renaming of the Notes name is easily done by \renewcommand{\notesname}{Endnotes}, see the comment by Jon. The numbering is a little bit trickier. The documentation is not very helpful, but the code of endnotes.sty provides some clue. The endnotes marker at the end are typeset using \@makeenmark ...

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You could try to change \floatingpenalty in \@footnotetext (globally or locally). But imho it would much saner to shorten the footnotes. \makeatletter \long\def\@footnotetext#1{\insert\footins{% \reset@font\footnotesize \interlinepenalty\interfootnotelinepenalty \splittopskip\footnotesep \splitmaxdepth \dp\strutbox \floatingpenalty 100 ...

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I'm not sure this is really what you want: the result is just wrong, nobody will understand why the text in the second and third footnote is shifted right. \documentclass{memoir} \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\leftmargin} \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em} \footmarkstyle{#1\hfill} \newenvironment{fnquote} {\par \setbox0=\lastbox \setbox2=\hbox{\unhcopy0}% ...

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You have used \extracolumnsep{\fill} so the problem of determining the table borders is made trivially simple: the table is known in advance to be \textwidth wide. So all you need to do is lay out your notes in three columns taking up the full width. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{tabularx,longtable,booktabs,multicol} \begin{document} ...

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As you observe, chem-acs doesn't (currently) have \footcite set up to provide what you want. You are on the right track thinking you can mix bibliography and citation styles, but you'll need to set maxnames manually \documentclass{article} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @article{Buchwald , title = {A new palladium precatalyst allows for the fast ...

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verse is a list which inserts topsep at the start. That, together a \baselineskip corrects the vertical placement: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \ldots\ the opening lines of Vergil's Aeneid.\footnote{% \begin{verse} \vspace{-\dimexpr\baselineskip+\topsep} Arma virumque cano, Troiae qui primus ab oris\\ Italiam, fato profugus, Laviniaque ...

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Change how the footnote markers are placed in the footnotes. The code does \hbox to \footnotemargin{\@makefnmark\hss} so it's sufficient to say \hbox to \footnotemargin{\hss\@makefnmark\hspace{4pt}} after enlarging a bit the \footnotemargin; I set it to 12pt. Fix the lengths to your liking. \documentclass[10pt,english]{book} \usepackage{charter} ...

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I am not sure if this is quite what you want but perhaps it is close. You can redefine \thefootnote so that it is within its' own little box and push the number to the righthand side using: \renewcommand\thefootnote{\hbox to 6pt{\hss\arabic{footnote}}} This now gives footnotes like this: Here is the full code: \documentclass[10pt,english]{book} ...

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You can use shrink tight,extrude by=2pt in this way \newtcbox{\keywordmin}{on line, fontupper=\scriptsize\ttfamily, boxrule=0.5pt,arc=2pt,coltext=tangoBlack1,colback=tangoGrey1,colframe=tangoGrey1, boxsep=0pt,shrink tight,extrude by=2pt} Here shrink tight makes the total colored box to be shrunk to the dimensions of the upper part while extrude by = 2pt ...

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Package alphalph supports this kind of numbering via method wrap. The following example defines a formatting command \twodigitwrap, which wraps the numbering to appear 1 after 99. The footnote value is not changed, just the appearance: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{alphalph} \makeatletter % \@twodigitwrap defines the symbols for \twodigitwrap ...

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I assume there is some method behind this madness... Below I've used a string comparison (via \pdfstrcmp; requires e-TeX) to check whether the counter stepping is done for the footnote counter. If this is the case, another check is performed to reset the counter. \documentclass{article} \makeatletter % Taken from latex.ltx and modified ...

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You can set the foot note numbering per page or per chapter so that it is not confusing your readers. For per page, you will have to reveal your document class. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[perpage]{footmisc} \begin{document} \footnote{Some footnote} text here \clearpage \footnote{Some footnote} text here \clearpage \footnote{Some ...

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Use the relsize package's \smaller (or \larger) macro to step to a font size relative to the current font size: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{lipsum,relsize} \usepackage[norule]{footmisc} \newcommand\poemcite[1]{\hfill{\smaller\emph{#1}}} \begin{document} \lipsum[2] \begin{quote} April is the cruellest month \poemcite{T.S. Eliot} ...

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Package bigfoot allows you to have several layers of footnotes, and footnotes of a higher level can have footnotes on a lower layer. In this example we have "normal" footnotes numbered in Arabic and href footnotes numbered in roman: \documentclass{article} \setlength{\textheight}{1in} % For demonstration we want a short page \usepackage{bigfoot} ...

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It's a bug in Tufte-LaTeX. Tufte-LaTeX is printing the full citation appropriately, but it's not printing the in-text citation. Here's an example document that demonstrates the solution. To use this solution in your own document, copy the code between the START COPYING HERE and END COPYING HERE lines. \documentclass{tufte-handout} % % START COPYING HERE % ...

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In realscript there is a test for the sups property. This fails and so realscript falls back to "fakesuperscript", which is implemented by using a smaller font size. So you should redefine \fakesuperscript: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents,fontspec} \usepackage{realscripts} \usepackage{xcolor} ...

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I started with your picture, i.e. footnotes begin at the left margin or in the middle. I can show how this can be done in plain TeX. If you are using different macro package then you can inspire by this code and re-implement it to your favorite macro package. The code (you can try it by the command tex test.tex): \newcount\specfootnum % for global ...

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Not sure why you don't want footnotes at the foot. Maybe you actually don't want footnotes at all, but rather endnotes? Then you can have the notes directly after the text. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{endnotes} \begin{document} foo\endnote{bar} bar\endnote{foo}. \theendnotes \end{document}

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Line 2446 of IEEEtran.cls states % IEEE does not use footnote rules When submitting to the publisher, they will simply revert any non-conforming changes. For academic purposes, we can place a footnote rule, by copying the definition from article.cls or any other class. It shouldn't be done however. \documentclass{IEEEtran} \makeatletter ...

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The setspace package redefines \@footnotetext so that it doesn't use normal baselineskip; however the definition it assumes is the one in the LaTeX kernel, but beamer has a very different definition for \@footnotetext. Since the new definition provided by setspace is something beamer can do nothing with, because the footnote text is saved in a different ...

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Adding to the excellent answer by Maïeul: I also need an individual \txtbeforeXnotes for each of the \pstart...\pend (to be able to provide local source information). To enable this, I added counters parcount and parcountR which get increased appropriately in \AtEveryPstart and \AtEveryPstartCall to get a unique number for each \pstart...\pend. Then there ...

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Unless I'm mistaken I believe the question is a misunderstanding about fnpct: the package only requires that \footnote is input before the respective punctuation. The output is customizable: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fnpct} \begin{document} text\footnote{text}. \setfnpct{punct-after} text\footnote{text}. \end{document}

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this may be a solution \skip\footins=-\bigskipamount % or something else \begin{table}[h!] \centering \begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|c|} \hline \textbf{Interaction} & \textbf{Mediator} & \textbf{couples to} & \textbf{Strength} & \textbf{Range} \\ \hline \hline Strong & gluon ($g$) & colour charge $C$ & 1 & $10^{-15} \; \mathrm{m}$ ...

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For eledmac Some one ask me for this many year ago. I don't find the answer I made. I think the circular way is the best. There is still the problem of the series position of the pstart which starts in a page and continue in a other page. Use seriesatend to solve this problem: it make the current series be positionned at the end of all series, and not ...

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This is the fromat I created based on karl's answer: \documentclass{scrbook} \setlength{\parskip}{0pt} \usepackage{eledmac} \notenumfontX[C]{\itshape}% actually this will be % a condenses upright font \renewcommand\footnoteruleC{\relax} \setlength{\skip\footinsC}{1\baselineskip plus 20pt minus 5pt} ...

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With some formatting, here is more or less what you are trying to achieve... \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage{eledmac} \notenumfontX[C]{\itshape} \hsizetwocolX[C]{\dimexpr.5\columnwidth-.75em\relax} \hangindentX[C]{1.4em} \renewcommand\footnoteruleC{\relax} \setlength{\skip\footinsC}{1\baselineskip plus 20pt minus 5pt} \makeatletter ...

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The cause of the problem is the way \alph is defined in LaTeX. If you try to use more than 26 different letters, you get an error. If you have per-page footnotes, LaTeX doesn't know where the a page ends until it has collected too much material to fit on the page. After the first run, the "perpage" option remembers where the page breaks were, so the footnote ...

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The column gap doesn't work because you don't set it. \hsizetwocol[C]{\fncolwidth} is for setting column width for critical notes. \hsizetwocolX[C]{\fncolwidth} is for setting column width for familiar notes.

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If you want footnotes at the bottom of your table, numbered independently from the ‘general’ footnotes (with lowercase letters, for instance) you can do that with the threeparttable package.This requires editing your code. The general structure is the following: \begin{table} \begin{threeparttable} \caption{...} \begin{tabular}...% or {tabular*} ...

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