# Changes package: how to “add” a footnote?

I am unable to compile a \footnote{} inside an \added{} command. Doing the opposite (the \added{} inside the \footnote{}) does compile but doesn't produce the desired output, as I'd like that the footnote number is highlighted too to signal its addition to the text. How can I achieve this? Thanks, Jorge.

Error I get tryng to compile \footnote{} inside an \added{}:

! Use of \@xfootnote doesn't match its definition.
\@ifnextchar ...eserved@d =#1\def \reserved@a {#2}
\def \reserved@b {#3}\futu...
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Example:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[paperheight=4cm,paperwidth=8cm,margin=0.5cm]{geometry}

\usepackage{changes}
\begin{document}

% This compiles, but doesn't yield the desired output:

% This doesn't compile:

\end{document}


Result (undesired -- need footnote number also highlighted!):