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On reledpar’s manual – on \raggedX – it’s said that two-column footnotes are justified by default, but that’s not what I get. From another answer (Justify reledpar columns) I gather it might be solved using \tolerance, but I haven’t found anything more illuminating about that. A minimal working example follows.

\documentclass[12pt,article,twoside]{memoir}

\usepackage{reledmac}
\usepackage{reledpar}

\let\footnote\footnoteA
\arrangementX[A]{twocol}
\hsizetwocolX[A]{0.48\hsize}

\usepackage{lipsum}

\begin{document}

   Lipsum\footnote{\lipsum[1]} \lipsum[1]
   Lipsum\footnote{\lipsum[2]} \lipsum[3]
   Lipsum\footnote{\lipsum[2-4]} \lipsum[2]
   Lipsum\footnote{\lipsum[2]} \lipsum[1]

\end{document}

sample from the output of the code provided

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    On reledmac handbook, it is sais \Xragged concerns paragraphed footnote, not two columns footnotes. You find the way, so nice. – Maïeul Apr 29 '18 at 19:01
  • ah, thank you for your comment and all your hard work, Maïeul! I was too sleep-deprived to find anything :-$ – Parjánya Apr 29 '18 at 19:24
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And I’ve just found it, by accident, on Footnote referencing footnote in different stream using reledmac!

\colalignX{\justifying}

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