There are two types of footers in moderncv. The first one appears in CV ("resume foot" in moderncvfooti.sty), and the second one - in Cover Letter ("letter foot" in moderncvfooti.sty). I want to have a Cover Letter footer also on CV pages. How can I do this?

So, at the end I want the resume foot... CV footer

...to be changed by letter foot in the given page: Cover Letter footer

Thank you in advance.

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    That was my fist idea. But adding this line into "resume foot definition" changes everything to the letter footer. I'd like to have an option to choose a footer for a given page. In fact, I need one page to be with resume foot while all others - with letter foot. – Ivan Feb 3 '16 at 14:46
  • Ok I understand the question now....Hmm, let me see what I can do. – crypto Feb 3 '16 at 14:48

By putting this line \strut{\bfseries\upshape\@firstname~\@lastname}\\% the \strut is required to ensure the line is exactly \baselineskip tall in the section resume foot definition just before the line \ifthenelse{\isundefined{\@addressstreet}}{}{\addtofoot[]{\addresssymbol\@addressstreet}%, I was able to get the desired output. enter image description here

This modification must be done in the .sty file

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    From the 'deadly sins' of LaTeX (more details here (l2tabu), 1.3: Never modify LaTeX class files or packages directly! At least copy the .sty file to your folder and save it under a different name. Better make a container class, or use \renewcommand to overwrite the relevant commands. – hbaderts Feb 3 '16 at 15:04

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