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I have a solution now that implements a push pop system, pushing footnotes into a token list within the tabular (and any other) environment and spawning them after the end. The basic idea was inspired from cacamailg's answer in the post: Footnote in tabu table not shown My solution provides a \Mymakesavenoteenv command which works similar to ...

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Eledmac knows this problem. That's why it provides an edtabularl environnement (§ 13 of the actual handbook). However, for some technical reason, the \let\footnote\footnoteC can't work in this case (see https://github.com/maieul/ledmac/issues/207#issuecomment-54959471 for more details), and you have to do something like def\footnote#1{\footnoteT{#1}}. So ...

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You should never have a blank line before a display equation it creates an anomolous white line (not vertical space) that is not wanted above the display and is not discarded at a page break. Although even without that the specified space does not allow a footnote on page 1. there are two problems, to make it fit you have to take a single line of the ...

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When you put the pages side by side you clearly see, that there would not be enough space on page one. And LaTeX does not like to break the "text"-block just to fit the footnote there, as this would produce bad typesetting. Changing the \vspace*{370pt} to a smaller value, e.g. \vspace*{360pt} solves the problem. Having a footnote occur on the next page is ...

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The new version 1.16.0 of eledmac (now in CTAN) solves this issue.

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You need add this command to the preamble: \renewcommand\@makefntext[1]{% modify the style of footnotetext \raggedleft\noindent #1 \makebox[1em][r]{ \@makefnmark } }

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I'm not sure which of these two results is the one you want, so I give both. In both cases, the effect is done manually, through the use of \footnotemark and \footnotetext. I don't see how this particular approach could be automated. In version 1, the calling paragraph is broken up; in version 2, it is not. VERSION 1 ...

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You need to top-align the table with help of the [t] parameter. Here is, how I would have done this: % arara: pdflatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{microtype} \usepackage{fnpct} \usepackage{booktabs,threeparttable} \usepackage{siunitx} \usepackage{etoolbox} \robustify\tnote ...

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This solution may or may not be acceptable to you. What it does is prevent a footnote from finishing at the end-of-line (by forcing a premature wrap). It does this by modifying \footnoteA as follows \footnoteA{\textbf{\arabic{poemline}} #1\makebox[\mykern]{}% \setbox0=\hbox{\ }\ \kern-\wd0\kern-\mykern} What this redefinition accomplishes is ...

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From the framed manual: The contents of the framed regions are restricted: Floats, footnotes, margin-pars and head-line entries will be lost. So, simply use \footnotemark inside the shaded environment and \footnotetext{Of course.} just after it. MWE: \documentclass[english]{scrartcl} \usepackage{graphics} \usepackage{environ} ...

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Use [nofootinbib] option: \documentclass[nofootinbib,12pt,preprint,longbibliography,aps,prl]{revtex4-1} This puts the footnote at the bottom of the page. Thanks @egreg. I had the same problem and \protect\int removed the error

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Insert this code before loading biblatex \makeatletter \def\blx@opt@ibidtracker@foot{% \let\blx@imc@ifciteibid\blx@ifciteibid@foot \let\blx@ibidtracker\blx@ibidtracker@foot \let\blx@ibidreset\blx@ibidreset@foot \booltrue{citetracker}} \def\blx@ifciteibid@foot{% \ifbool{citetracker} {\iftoggle{blx@footnote} ...

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It seems that eledmac changes the definitions of the \footnote commands (especially \@footnotetext) in a way that biblatex cannot change it to include \toggletrue{blx@footnote}, but we can do that for biblatex with a few lines of code \makeatletter \pretocmd{\@footnotetext}{\toggletrue{blx@footnote}}{}{} \makeatother MWE \documentclass{memoir} ...

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The first table in the documentation of the ctable package is a good example, having footnotes in the caption as well as in the table cells. Works for figures, too.

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If you just want to have a full citation in footnotes, you can go with \footfullcite, but if you also want to exclude entries cited in footnotes from the bibliography, it is probably more convenient to define a new command that does both of these things at the same time. We first set up a category called skipbib. \DeclareBibliographyCategory{skipbib} ...

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Here I give \Cfootnote and \CBfootnote for colored footnote text and color-highlighted footnote text, respectively. I also change the footnote number to color, but that can easily be removed, if not needed. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{soul} \let\svthefootnote\thefootnote ...

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