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I'm trying to customise the Friggeri-CV template. I'd like to add a footnote on top of "Now". I tried the following code:

\section{education}
\begin{entrylist}
%------------------------------------------------
\entry
{2013--Now \footnote{An example footnote.}}
{PhD {\normalfont in Computer Science}}
{University, United Kingdom}
\end{entrylist}

The foot number appears on top of the world "Now", however there is no foot not at the bottom of the page. How can I modify the code in order to get the description at the bottom of the page?

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The entrylist environment actually sets a tabular, and all \footnotes inside a tabular is gobbled. You have to set a manual \footnotemark and a separate \footnotetext outside the entrylist environment:

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\documentclass{friggeri-cv}% https://github.com/afriggeri/cv

\begin{document}
\header{name}{surname}
       {occupation}

\section{education}
\begin{entrylist}
  %------------------------------------------------
  \entry
    {2013--Now \footnotemark}
    {PhD {\normalfont in Computer Science}}
    {University, United Kingdom}{}
\end{entrylist}
\footnotetext{An example footnote.}

\end{document}
  • Many thanks! Sorry to not have posted the link to the material, it was my first post. – NCL Jun 3 '15 at 19:57
  • It appears in your screenshot, and also in my document when I compile it, that the line ist solid black, and not textcolored. How can I change it to fit the textcolor of the document? – Maxim Moloshenko Jun 4 '15 at 17:43
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    @MaximMoloshenko: friggeri-cv does nothing to change the footnote rule. You can adjust the color by adding to your preamble \let\oldfootnoterule\footnoterule \renewcommand{\footnoterule}{\color{gray}\oldfootnoterule} (possibly changing gray to match your needs; I chose gray since friggeri-cv uses this colour as a reference for textcolor). – Werner Jun 4 '15 at 19:37

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