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  • How to edit the margin of Page numbers to fill within the type area (Figure Below)? enter image description here
  • Some page numbers are placed in the footer (Figure below). How to keep all pagination in the header only? enter image description here
  • There's a line in classicthesis.sty that you can play with, just by adding it after the call to classicthesis-config.tex or classicthesis.sty, it reads \rohead{\mbox{\hfil{\headmark}\rlap{\small\kern2em\pagemark}}}. Something like \rohead{\mbox{\hfil{\headmark\kern2em\small\pagemark}}} should do the trick. As for the other question: where would you put those numbers on pages where there's no header (first page of a chapter, for example)? – PhilipPirrip Mar 28 '17 at 19:18
  • Similarly for the other side, adjust \lehead{\mbox{\llap{\small\pagemark\kern2em}\headmark\hfil}} – PhilipPirrip Mar 28 '17 at 19:27
  • @PhilipPirrip Do you want to write up an answer? – Johannes_B Dec 17 '18 at 9:59
  • @Johannes_B The question seemed abandoned. Answering only the first part. – PhilipPirrip Dec 18 '18 at 0:35
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There's a line in classicthesis.sty that you can play with, just by repeating it after the call to classicthesis-config.tex or classicthesis.sty; it reads \rohead{\mbox{\hfil{\headmark}\rlap{\small\kern2em\pagemark}}}.

Something like \rohead{\mbox{\hfil\headmark{\small\kern2em\pagemark}}} \lehead{\mbox{{\small\pagemark\kern2em}\headmark\hfil}} should do the trick.

\rohead and \lehead are from the package scr­layer-scr­page of KOMA-Script.

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