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{footmisc} is a package for customizing the look of footnote symbols and footnote texts.

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Too much space in footmisc paragraph mode

In the following MWE \documentclass{article} % Footnotes on the same line \usepackage[para]{footmisc} \begin{document} \footnote{Loremip: Dolorsi}. \footnote{Lorem ipsum dolor sit consec: {https://...
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Different footnote styles

I am using footmisc package to create different foonote styles as in the example below. When using the sym set of symbols I have to use \normalfont for the footnote mark, but with num footnotes I have ...
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How do I fix the display of reledmac critical notes registers to the bottom of the page?

Dear fellow TeXnicians, when using reledmac, I would like to make a global adjustment to the four registers (A,B,C,D) of critical notes to appear fixed on the bottom of the page, so that, for ...
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Set different line-spacing between main text and footnote

I want to set line spacing: 1.8 for the main text and 1.1 for the footnote. Package parskip seems a good choice with some effective options. However, I can not make the different setting (of line-...
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affiliations and corresponding author comments as footnotes on latex article

I am trying to use the LaTeX article document class to create a simple paper with the authors listed on the title page with their (potentially multiple repeating) affiliations as numeric footnotes and ...
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Custom footnote without horizontal rule

I would like to have a custom footnote(blfootnote) without horizontal rule, but when I use footnote command I needed horizontal rule. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage[]{footmisc}...
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How to Overcome Footnotemark Abberations When Using Both the Footmisc Package and the Electrum Font

When using the footmisc package with the default font (Computer Modern, I presume), I am able to produce the following output: with the code: \documentclass[12pt]{book} %\usepackage[para]{footmisc} \...
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Formatting footnotes with footmisc package -- get justification

I would like to change the default format of the footnotes in order to get left-aligned text. Therefore, I am using the following code (which works fine): \usepackage[hang, bottom]{footmisc} \...
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How to Make a One-Time Space Adjustment in the Display of Two Specified Consecutive Footnotes

I am typesetting a document in which the type of text varies that is to be footnoted. In some cases, it seems that the standard spacing between consecutive footnotes is insufficient. I would like to ...
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How to customize footnote call-ups with footmisc, fnpct and footnotebackref loaded?

I would like to customize my footnotes call-ups (the numbers appearing below the footnote rule) by making them non-superscript numbers, perhaps with a trailing dot. However, since I am loading some ...
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Differences Between \usepackage{footmisc} and \usepackage[para]{footmisc} and How to Override Them

Consider the code: \documentclass[12pt]{book} %\usepackage[para]{footmisc} \usepackage{footmisc} \usepackage{perpage} \MakePerPage{footnote} \renewcommand{\thefootnote}{\fnsymbol{footnote}} \...
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How to Alternate Between Vertically and Horizontally Displayed Footnotes in the Same Document

I have discovered that if I use \usepackage[para]{footmisc}in the preamble, all of the footnotes are displayed in a horizontal (paragraph) fashion---which is what I want sometimes. On the other hand, ...
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How to combined numbered and symbol footnotes?

I want to combine both regular and numbered footnotes. Currently I have the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{footnote} \usepackage[symbol,perpage]{footmisc} \...
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How to use have a single footnote for multiple markers?

I want to mark some of the items with a dagger, but have a single footnote text for them all. I have the following now: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \newcounter{daggerfootnote} ...
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Change footmisc options midway through document

I would like to be able to use the para option of footmisc in one chapter of my book and have it not be in use in another chapter. In the package documentation I don't see a command defined for making ...
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Delete space in footnotes

I have a problem setting the property of footmisc library to set footnotes to bottom. I already did the following code, but footnotes downs a bit not completely as I want. \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}...
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Sane footnotes in beamer: per frame numbering and several in a row

It is absurdly hard to get this right: in a Beamer presentation, I wish that footnotes: are numbered per frame are laid out without stacking, i.e., several by row Supposedly, the footmisc package ...
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Change references from verbose-inote style to endnotes following the same design

I am working on a proposal with a page limit, and I am running out of space. I am using verbose-inote for the references because is the style to use for the proposal. However, I am having problems of ...
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MiKTeX pre-release: Possible bug(s) in fbb/ETbb (e.g., ETbb’s swashQ incompatible with \textit and fbb/ETbb with footmisc’s option symbol)

Edit 2020-07-14: This problem is now also reported as issue #587 on MiKTeX’s repository on GitHub. Remark: As of 2020-07-13, the problem occurs only for the pre-release MiKTeX distribution, so only ...
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How to control vertical spacing of footnotes with footmisc package

I am using the footmisc package with the side and flushmargin options. When two footnotes appear in the text on two consecutive sentences the footnotes themselves overlap. Is there an option to ...
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Footnotes in right margin using footmisc

My footnotes are showing up in the outer margins but I want them only to show up in the right margins. How can I do this? \documentclass{book} \usepackage[right=7cm]{geometry} \usepackage[side, ...
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footmisc and hyperref hyperlink failure

I am using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} with hyperref package. I have loaded the hyperref package at last as suggested in many answers. When I click the footnote hyperlink, it takes me to the title ...
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How to remove footnote indentation without footmisc?

I need the start of the footnote to be aligned with the margin (rather than indented, which is the default). However, I cannot use the footmisc package (this is my usual solution) as I have a two-...
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Clash between paracol and footmisc

I am using the paracol package to produce a two-column typeset. Simultaneously, I want to use footmisc to ensure that footnote are flush to the left margin. This causes a clash, which produces the ...
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\usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} does not fix footnotes at bottom of beamer slide

I'm having difficulty getting citations at the bottom of Beamer to be actually at the bottom. Using the command \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} from this question doesn't do anything. It actually ...
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Option clash for package footmisc

I'm trying to use the footmisc package to move my footnotes down, but I can't figure out for the life of me how to stop the option clash. Here is the preamble of my document: \documentclass[11pt]{...
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How to overcome LaTeX Warning: Command \@footnotemark has changed?

I'm using rmarkdown, and after knitting a document I always receive this warning (the document knits normal, though). Output created: XY.pdf Warning message: LaTeX Warning: Command \@footnotemark ...
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Displaying compressed footnotes as 1-3 and referencing footnotes

I can do both things separately but I can't manage to implement both together due to incompatibilities with footnoterange and footmisc packages. To display compressed footnotes I do: \usepackage{...
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Superfullcite not working with footmisc and hyperref

I would like to use the \superfullcite for formatting numbered citations as footnotes in biblatex, and then have the footnotes parallel using \usepackage[para,bottom]{footmisc} This works well ...
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footnote pointing to same reference when are references (style=verbose-inote and footmisc) [duplicate]

I was wondering if there is the option that a same reference do not need to be repeated as a new entrance in the footnote and put directly the number of the previous one. Also, if it is possible avoid ...
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Perpage + Para won't Stabilize

I'm new to Latex (using xelatex) and I am trying to lay out a document with lots of short footnotes. I'm using para and perpage. I've tried para with both bigfoot and footmisc. I've tried perpage ...
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Reduce the space between inline footnotes style=verbose-inote

I am using biblatex with style=verbose-inote to have all the references as footnotes. I already characterized some performance but I am not able to reduce the space in-between the last footnote and ...
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Style footnotes without footmisc (hyperref conflict)

I've been given a template & sty doc with this code which gives a nicer footnote layout than the default: \usepackage[hang, flushmargin,splitrule,multiple]{footmisc} \usepackage{etoolbox} \...
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clearpage affects the footer

I have a problem that I can't solve no matter what i try. This is my minimal code: \documentclass[widefront, tightfn, fontsize=12.4pt]{jura} \usepackage{ngerman} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \...
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How can I fix the wrong line spacing between footnotes?

I'm writing an article and have some settings to get the desired font size and line spacing. The main document looks right, but the footnotes are looking strange. Line spacing on the footnotes seem ...
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Prevent hyperref from underlining certain things

Is there any way to prevent hyperref from underlining: 1) glossary entries linked with \gls 2) footnote marks of the \footnote 3) footnote marks set with \footref from the footmisc package? MWE ...
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Perpage footmisc footref workaround

Does anyone knows a way to have the same footref in different pages and always showing up per every new page? I am using footmisc package and I have tried it with the perpage option, but nothing seems ...
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footmisc: how to avoid having the footnote marker appear as first item after a line-break?

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 ...
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Adjusting the alignment of footnote numbers [closed]

In relation to a recent previous issue A nice type of footnote, I have readjusted the values of the code provided by the very good user @Henri Menke because the gray line was too much on the left and ...
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A nice type of footnote

In relation to the question A nice collection of exercises for students that I have asked, at the moment I do not know how to have the same shaded line inverted in gray (I would to have the ...
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Using footmisc package in tcolorbox environment [duplicate]

I am trying to create a footnote symbol * in a tcolorbox environment and the result is not the symbol nor at the bottom of the page instead within the box! \usepackage[most]{tcolorbox} \usepackage[...
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How display footnotes in the same line, when the classdocument is beamer [duplicate]

When I want to display the footnotes in the same line, at the end of my first slide; The footnotes are not displayed. I have include de option [para] in the package footmisc, this is suppose to make ...
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Customizing the symbol next to the author's name in a document

I would like to choose the symbol appearing next to the author's name of a document (for example, I would like to put a dagger instead of a star). Here is an example showing how one can proceed to ...
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Footnotemarker as part of the running footnotetext

How can I change the footnote marker in the footnote so that it is in normal footnote font and part of the running footnote text? Minimum working example of what I have now: \documentclass[a4paper]{...
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footmisc's para option and margins

I've been having problems trying to combine footmisc's para option with margins. EDIT: After @marmot's suggestions, I've tried the following code: \documentclass[a4,11pt,oneside]{article} \usepackage[...
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Footnote packages striking

Please, note that this is not a duplicate problem... I would like to make my footnotes to be come stuck to the very bottom of the page (for this, I tried packages like footmisc and it works well). ...
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How can I have two structures for footnote in two separated lines?

I want this first structure with \footnote command to be with para option footnote. And for the second structure with \footnotetext command, I want it to be in the next line and also to be with para ...
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Indentation of footnotes

my publisher requires me to indent my footnote text by 6mm (not counting the preceding number). Additionally the footnotenumber must not be superscripted. The partial solution stems from here, but I ...
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How to change the default output of \ref

Here is a minimal example of my work: \documentclass[12pt,oneside,openany,openbib]{book} \usepackage[total={5in, 8in}]{geometry} \usepackage{xeCJK} \usepackage[ruled]{bigfoot} \usepackage{tabularx} ...
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Indentation in footnotes when using \usepackage[hang,flushmargin]{footmisc}

I am using \usepackage[hang,flushmargin]{footmisc} so that all the text will be right of the footnote number. But this also prevents indents in footnotes alltogether. When writing normal text, I ...