I have tried several variations of moving my footnotes into a margin located at the side of the page. What I have not found in their respective documentations, however, is a way to break their alignment with the line they are called and rather stack all notes at the top of the page one after the other. This would eliminate most float/page-crossing issues people are dealing without manual fixes. What do you think, and/or do you know of a simple way of doing that?
memoirclass has side footnotes that stack in the margin at the bottom.
\it(which shouldn't have been used since 1993!!) then of course memoir will complain.
\marginpars to fit the page, if needed. The sidenote package appears to use
\marginparhowever. See tex.stackexchange.com/questions/617139/…