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As you don't use footnotes for anything else, you can modify \@makefnmark (this is what \insertfootnotemark calls) % arara: pdflatex % arara: bibtex % arara: pdflatex % arara: pdflatex % arara: clean: {files:[temp.aux, temp.bbl, temp.bib, temp.blg, temp.log, temp.nav, temp.out, temp.run.xml, temp.snm, temp.toc, temp-blx.bib]} \documentclass{beamer} ...

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At the end of \maketitle command, the footnote counter is set to the value of \fnnstart, which in turn is set in \institutename. However, the value is wrong at the time of \maketitle. Here's a small patch that replaces \fnnstart with 0. \documentclass{llncs} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{xpatchcmd} \xpatchcmd{\maketitle}{% ...

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I suppose that, in the main text you still want a superscripted footnote mark. Here a patch to \@makefntext which does the trick. I didn't try to check if there are any side effects. Note I slightly changed some of your lengths settings, to suit my personal taste. \documentclass[11pt,oneside]{book} \usepackage[letterpaper]{geometry} \usepackage{setspace} ...

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Footnotes in tables are possible with packages or use \footnotemark toprepare a mark for a footnote and display the footnote after the table with \footnotetext. However, the counter might need to have incremented manually if there are more footnotes` in the same table etc. Please be aware, that floating tables will display 'wrong' footnote' numbers due ...

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I found out: \begin{document} \twocolumn[ \begin{@twocolumnfalse} \oldmaketitle \begin{abstract} Blablabla\\ \end{abstract} \end{@twocolumnfalse} ] { \renewcommand{\thefootnote}% {\fnsymbol{footnote}} \footnotetext[1]{To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: something@something. Tel: 33 (0) 1 . Fax: 33 (0) 1 .} \footnotetext[2]{Uni1} ...

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If you're not stuck on tabu, this will work for a normal table: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tablefootnote} % for footnotes in tables \usepackage[tmargin=8in]{geometry} % only to push table toward footnote \usepackage{booktabs} \usepackage{siunitx} % to align table values and headers \begin{document} \footnote{A note.}Some text (before table). { ...

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The big problem with your idea is the way, LaTeX is building the page. If you have two colums on the page, LaTeX has to calculate it. You want to end the "two column mode", change to one column to add your footnote or footnotes. There are a lot of things influencing the result, like the length of the paragraphs, the length of the footnotes, that causes ...

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This solution provides a little more automation and keeps the user interface as is, so to say that you can keep on writing \title[short text]{text\footnote{text}}. The basic idea is to disable that the internal macro \@adminfootnotes disables the usual footnote mechanism through \xpatchcmd\@adminfootnotes{\let\@makefnmark\relax}{}{}{} and then use the ...

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Based on the comment by @samcarter and the answer in Trying to understand the renewbibmacro and DeclareFieldFormat construct I got the effect I desired by adding the following lines after \newrobustcmd: \setbeamercolor{bibliography entry author}{fg=black} \setbeamercolor{bibliography entry title}{fg=black} \setbeamercolor{bibliography entry note}{fg=black} ...

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Here is a way to keep the footnote marker too. You need to save the definitions and restore them just before issuing the \footnotemark command. There is then some juggling to get the correct counter values. Here is the title: And here are the footnotes, showing \thanks etc. are not disturbed. \documentclass{amsart} \makeatletter ...

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This might help you. You are required not to use the \url environment. If you are not using it, then it span across single column. The screenshot of the output has been attached here with. \documentclass[10pt,conference,a4paper,twocolumn]{IEEEtran} \usepackage[colorlinks,urlcolor=blue]{hyperref} \begin{document} Some random ...

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The workaround is quite simple, but there will be no footnote marker: \documentclass{amsart} \begin{document} \newcommand\myfootnotetitle{\spaceskip=0pt \scshape I want this in Small Caps} \title{Title\footnote{\protect\myfootnotetitle}} \author{A. U. Thor} \maketitle \vspace*{\fill} {\footnotesize\myfootnotetitle\par} % for checking \end{document} ...

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Currently biblatex doesn't support the enotez package in that it can't patch enotez' commands for footnote (endnote) detection. You could just ignore the distinction between footnote and text via ibidtracker=true, but that might not be the best option for you. I managed to modify some enotez internals to include the footnote detection toggle, and it worked ...

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You can use the command \emptythanks to clear the list: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{titling} \begin{document} \title{title1} \author{someone1 \thanks{hi@email.com}} \maketitle \newpage \emptythanks \title{title2} \author{someone2 \thanks{bye@email.com}} \maketitle \end{document}

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There is no “word boundary”; adding \nolinebreak before the endnote mark seems sufficient for the most common cases. \documentclass[12pt, DIV=9]{scrreprt} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage{enotez} \usepackage{blindtext} \ExplSyntaxOn \cs_set_protected:Npn \endnote { \nolinebreak % <--- ADDED \peek_meaning_ignore_spaces:NTF [ { ...

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As suggested in my comment, the use of the optional argument of \section can avoid the footnote in the toc. \documentclass{article} \makeatletter \def\@xfootnote[#1]{\protected@xdef\@thefnmark{#1}\@footnotemark\@footnotetext} \makeatother \makeatletter \def\titlefootnote{\ifx\protect\@typeset@protect\expandafter\footnote\else\expandafter\@gobble\fi} ...

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Of course you can't obtain a table note: \tnoteref and \tnotetext are commands defined in the elsarticle class, not for table notes, but for title notes. To have foot notes at the bottom of tables, use the threeparttable package. I suggest to use alphabetic numbering of these footnotes – this will be less confusional in a table with numbers, and will not ...

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You can use the usual label{…} inside a footnote and then refer back to the footnote with \ref{…}to print the number of the footnote. Together with the hyperrefpackage you can make the links clickable. The page number can be accessed using \pageref. This would be the most simple way of achieving the desired result, even though you have to type “Nota” and ...

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