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I need to follow a pre-existing layout, which went smoothly so far. Only a few questions are still open. One is: I use boxlinenum to put a box around the linenumber. but if the linenumber is repeated i want to have an empty space. That does not work:

\documentclass{scrbook}
\usepackage{eledmac}

\firstlinenum{0} \linenumincrement{1}
\boxlinenum{8mm}
\numberonlyfirstinline[A]
\inplaceofnumber[A]{2cm}

\begin{document}
      \beginnumbering\pstart
\edtext{What}{\Afootnote{Whit}} a \edtext{piece}{\Afootnote{peace}} of work is man! how noble in reason! 
         \pend
\endnumbering
\end{document}

By the way: Can i use boxlinenum for endnotes as well? I don't seem to manage.

  • you should ask one question in same time... – Maïeul Mar 12 '15 at 15:24
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That is a bug. I have corrected it in the branch which I will release on CTAN next week.

Add \symlinenum{} before my correction to have a correct way.

Also open an issue on github for the boxlinenum for endnotes.

  • you'r welcome. Don't forget to validate the answer (for StackExchange operation) and to open an issue on github for your question about endnotes (yet, there is now easy way) – Maïeul Mar 12 '15 at 13:16

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