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I would like to combine the benefits of fnpct with the tufte-book document class. I heavily rely on manually adjusting some footnotes according to

\sidenote[][1cm]{my sidenote text}

in the tufte document class because my document contains a lot of margin material. Unfortunately, I get an error when trying this together with fnpct (according to Figure 9 in this document).

\documentclass{tufte-handout}
\usepackage[multiple]{fnpct}
\AdaptNote\sidenote\multsidenote
\begin{document}
Some text in the document body\sidenote[][1cm]{Some 6 text in a sidenote.}.
\end{document}

Any help is greatly appreciated. This question is similar but many even more involved, hence my simple MWE. I tried playing around with the AdaptNote command but no luck so far.

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Using the suggested \AdaptNote\sidenote\multsidenote gives me the following error ! File ended while scanning use of \__fnpct_read_note_with_option:w.

The following options do work:

\usepackage{fnpct}
% kerning without multiple notes
\AdaptNoteOptNoMult\sidenote

and

\usepackage{fnpct}
% kerning with multiple notes, yet no multiple footnotemarks
\AdaptNoteOpt\sidenote\multsidenote

Following this logic I would assume this last examples works as well, but it raises the same error as the suggested commands in the fnpct manual.

\usepackage[multiple]{fnpct}
% errors
\AdaptNoteOpt\sidenote\multsidenote
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As of v1.0 fnpct is compatible with tufte-latex's \sidenote:

\documentclass{tufte-handout}
\usepackage{fnpct}
\begin{document}

Some text in the document body\sidenote{text}\sidenote[][1cm]{Some 6 text in a
  sidenote.}.

\end{document}

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