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comment How to properly typeset footnotes/superscripts after punctuation marks?
I will, grudgingly ;)
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comment How to properly typeset footnotes/superscripts after punctuation marks?
@cfr I don't perceive this as an issue that depends on the side of the Atlantic you're on. Hart's Rules for example also prescribe the footnote going after the punctuation. And, again as a European, I'd say every sane style guide does. At least it's true, if you put the punctuation after the footnote mark, kerning is the least of your worries. BTW, fnpct include a mode that switches the position of footnote and punctuation mark.
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comment How to properly typeset footnotes/superscripts after punctuation marks?
@cfr I am European, too, so I'm not quite sure I know what you are hinting at.
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revised How to properly typeset footnotes/superscripts after punctuation marks?
Made warning about not using the code from this question more prominent in accordance with Clément's comment.
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comment How to properly typeset footnotes/superscripts after punctuation marks?
@Clément Not sure about this. Strictly speaking, this question is off-topic here and belongs on a typography site. De facto, this is the best typography SX site. That other question, which is actually about how to achieve such kerning in LaTeX, is linked, although not prominently. I think I will put a more prominent notice there, even though it messes up the edit structure ;)
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comment How to properly typeset footnotes/superscripts after punctuation marks?
This question is almost two years old and still nobody has suggested the use of an Oxford comma to solve my problem. I am pleasantly surprised by you, Internet.
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comment Keep the frame background in minislides
Just as something to keep in mind: this won't honor the \graphicspath for the thumbnail backgrounds so the backgrounds better be in a consistent place (I hardcoded my path into the \pgfdeclareimage call which is ugly but works). Related: sourceforge.net/p/pgf/feature-requests/41
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IIRC, someone expressly changed the first image to a scaled-down version in the interest of loading times. However, at the latest since having a 4K monitor, this seems like a serious insult to my eyes so I changed it back.
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