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Dear fellow texnocrats,

I am using the standard footmisc package, and the footnote counter sometimes displays as first item on the consecutive line (which looks awkward especially because I place it before the period.

How can I avoid having texts appear like this

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    Welcome to TeX.SE! Please show us the tex code resulting in your issue. – Mensch Feb 8 at 15:48
  • this~\footnote{...}? should work. – John Kormylo Feb 8 at 15:54
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    \footnote is intended to be placed immediately after the preceding word and a linebreak will then never happen before it, – David Carlisle Feb 8 at 16:50
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    @JohnKormylo but do you ever want a space before the footnote symbol? – David Carlisle Feb 8 at 16:50
  • David Carlisle and John Kormylo both helped very well, how can I upvote their answers and indicate the question is solved? Sorry – Risiproktabhadra Feb 8 at 18:10
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\footnote is intended to be placed immediately after the preceding word and a linebreak will then never happen before it.

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