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I am again facing an issue with the changes package regarding footnotes: is it possible to somehow use it to mark the deletion of a footnote? If I use the code below, the final version still features the footnote. How can I get rid of it, while still being able to highlight its deletion (in the non-final version)? Thanks, Jorge.

Example:

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

\usepackage{changes}
%\usepackage[final]{changes}

\begin{document}

% This compiles, but doesn't yield the desired output:
Let's try deleting a footnote\footnote{\deleted{Which had some text.}}.

% This doesn't compile:
%Let's try deleting a footnote\deleted{\footnote{Which had some text.}}.

\end{document} 

Output (non-final left; final right): enter image description here

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You have the \deleted command inside the command footnote. But this way the footnote will remain there and will be empty after selecting filal option of changes.

The (boolean) variable that shows if the version is draft is named Changes@optiondraft and also the package ifthen is loaded.

So, my idea is to define a command \deletedfootnote and when you want to delete a whole footnote, add deleted word before the footnote of the command \footnote like this \deletedfootnote

The code is here:

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



\makeatletter
\newcommand\deletedfootnote[1]{%
    \ifthenelse{\boolean{Changes@optiondraft}}
    {\footnote{\deleted{#1}}}
    {}}
\makeatother

\begin{document}

% This compiles, but doesn't yield the desired output:
Let's try deleting a footnote\deletedfootnote{Which had some text.}.

% This doesn't compile:
%Let's try deleting a footnote\deleted{\footnote{Which had some text.}}.

\end{document}

Output with draft:

enter image description here

Output with final

enter image description here

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