# Using Pagenote package without footnotes markers

I'm still learning and here is what I would like to do. I'm using the pagenote package in LyX and it works just fine with the ERT blocks, but I also would like to remove footnote markers from the main text (i.e. just to have the same endnotes, but without the markers in the text). Is there a quick fix to do that? All best Mathias

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Looks like a redefinition of the macro that prints the number might work. I.e. add

\renewcommand\notenumintext[1]{}


to the preamble after \usepackage{pagenote}. The code example below produces this:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{pagenote}
\makepagenote
\renewcommand\notenumintext[1]{}
\begin{document}
\section{A}

abc\pagenote{Lorem} cde\pagenote{ipsum}

\printnotes
\end{document}