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I had the problem stated in this thread

I now want to use pdfspacing, but this seems not to work with the way I defined footnotes in chapter titles.

See this example. Without pdfspacing, it compiles, with it does not:

\documentclass[12pt,
               a4paper,
               footinclude=true,
               headinclude=true,
               titlepages,
               %draft
               ]{scrbook}

\usepackage[pdfspacing,
            linedheaders,
            eulermath,
            eulerchapternumbers,
            parts,
            floatperchapter]{classicthesis} 


\begin{document}
\tableofcontents

\cleardoublepage\part{Introduction and Background}

\chapter[Chapter Title]
    {Chapter Title\hspace{1.5pt}\protect\footnotemark}
    \chaptermark{Chapter Title}
    \label{ch:chaptertile}

\footnotetext{this chapter has been published as: XYZ}

\end{document}
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  • \footnotemark doesn't work in \chapter with classicthesis and, in my opinion, it's good news.
    – egreg
    Commented Oct 30, 2013 at 15:52
  • it does work when one comments out pdfspacing. Could you maybe point out an alternative? I am supposed to say in a footnote that the chapter was published... Thanks!
    – user21932
    Commented Oct 30, 2013 at 16:04
  • Footnote the first paragraph.
    – egreg
    Commented Oct 30, 2013 at 16:47
  • you mean to add the footnote at the end of the first paragraph?! My thesis advisor explicitly asked for a footnote at the chapter title :(
    – user21932
    Commented Oct 30, 2013 at 16:50

1 Answer 1

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Trick \spacedallcaps into thinking it hasn't to do something special:

\chapter[Chapter Title]
    {Chapter Title\mbox{\protect\footnotemark}}
    \chaptermark{Chapter Title}
    \label{ch:chaptertile}

\footnotetext{this chapter has been published as: XYZ}
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  • @user21932 Try reproducing it with a minimal example.
    – egreg
    Commented Oct 30, 2013 at 17:37
  • sorry, it appeared because I had pdfspacing commented out...
    – user21932
    Commented Oct 30, 2013 at 18:34

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