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You can redefine \normalcolor to also reset the transparency, then the behaviour is the same as your linked question. Add this to your preamble: \makeatletter \def\normalcolor{\let\current@color\default@color\set@color\transparent{1}} \makeatother MWE \documentclass{article} \usepackage[paperwidth=9cm,paperheight=3.3cm,scale=0.9]{geometry} \usepackage{...


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The biblatex style authortitle is close to what you want. We can make three small changes: Add the date into the citation macro \renewbibmacro*{cite}{% \iffieldundef{shorthand} {\printnames{labelname}% \setunit{\addspace}% \printtext[parens]{\usebibmacro{date}}% \setunit*{\printdelim{nametitledelim}}% \usebibmacro{cite:title}}% ...


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There is a clash between Memoir, Hyperref and tex4ht in a definition of footnotes. The simplest fix is to define the Hfootnote counter in tex4ht. This can be done in a custom configuration file. Save the following code as mycfg.cfg: \Preamble{xhtml} \makeatletter \@ifpackageloaded{hyperref}{% \ifHy@hyperfootnotes \newcounter{Hfootnote} \fi }{} \makeatother \...


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The problem is with the math made $\parallel$. Maths is LTR and this seems to stuff up the direction of things in the footnote. My suggestion is to use the Unicode ∥ symbol from the Latin Modern Math font instead, like this: \usepackage{newunicodechar} \newfontfamily\lmmath{Latin Modern Math} \newunicodechar{∥}{{\lmmath ∥}} \Xparafootsep{ ∥ } MWE (Sorry,...


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scrextend makes several of KOMA-script's features available for other classes than its own, see page 275 in the manual. The \deffootnote command is described at page 91. To get the layout you are asking for, all parameters are set to the same value, save for the second, which is the note indent from the left margin. [0pt] set the note flush to the left ...


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To avoid line break after dash, you must set \Xlinerangeseparator(§ 7.2.5 of the handbook). \Xlinerangeseparator{\nolinebreak\textnormal{--}\nolinebreak} To avoid line break after line number, use \Xnonbreakableafternumber (§ 7.2.12 of the handbook).


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Usually hyperref should be the last package to be loaded in the preamble. (There are a few documented exceptions like cleverref that must be loaded after hyperref, for more see Which packages should be loaded after hyperref instead of before?.) Simply change the loading order to load hyperref later. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[style=numeric-comp,...


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I'd suggest the following layout that uses booktabs for the fex horizontal lines, tabularx for automatic linebreaks in table cells and a table that is automatically as wide as the linewidth. For the "footnotes" I have used the threeparttable environment with the para option and the \tnote command. With this, you table can easily fit into the page without the ...


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You can put the symbol in the author names manually and use a footnote without corresponding symbol in the text using \footnotetext. To get the same symbol you can temporarily change the footnote symbol before the \footnotetext command and change it back afterwards. MWE: \documentclass[aps,preprintnumbers,nofootinbib,superscriptaddress,11pt]{revtex4} % ...


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A simple solution without packages is to define the footnote somewhere outside of the paragraph in a command and use this command as argument to \footnote. The disadvantage is that it is required to define the command before it is used, otherwise you will get an undefined control sequence error. This is also an issue when using the sepfootnotes package as ...


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The manyfoot package supports multiple styles of footnotes at the same time, although the only standard styles are plain and para. In this case, one would use \footnoteS for two column footnotes and \footnote for one column. \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage[ruled]{manyfoot} \twocolumnfootnotes \let\footnoteS=\footnote \newfootnote{A} ...


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I cannot reproduce the error with \setupnotation that you report. Try updating to the latest beta. However, I get a spew of errors from simplefonts. That module is deprecated and stopped working long time ago. It was superseded by the built-in \definefontfamily command. This example works just fine for me: \definepapersize[name][width=16.5cm,height=...


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Evidently \todo uses a minipage instead of a \parbox. The same thing occurs when nesting minipages with footnotes. This solution saves the footnote before \todo and restores it after. Note that \@mpfootins is saved globally, which allows footnotes to work their way out of groups. But snce \footsave is saved locally, one could use this approach to fix ...


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Standard LaTeX footnote marks are typeset in boxes whose width is just large enough to fit their contents. This is done by the \@makefnmark command defined in ltfloat.dtx by: \def\@makefnmark{\hbox{\@textsuperscript{\normalfont\@thefnmark}}} As per your comment, I'll show how you can alter this definition in order to typeset footnote marks in boxes that ...


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EDIT 2019-08-28 Would you consider using lualatex? In that case, you could try this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{arabluatex} \usepackage[series={A,B}]{reledmac} \Xarrangement{paragraph} \Xbhookgroup[A]{\pardir TRT\textdir TRT} \Xlemmaseparator[A]{[} \Xafterlemmaseparator[A]{0.5em} \Xbeforelemmaseparator[A]{0.25em} \Xwrapcontent[A]{\txarb} % I ...


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As you want to use the footnotemark more than once you will have to add more than one anchor to the specialtext. hyperref doesn't do this by default. You will have to record the destination names. The \specialfntext is issued at the end of the minipage to avoid to have to go through the aux-file. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{...


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Very simple, low effort but not elegant solution: I also had the same problem and tried for some time. I settled on manually putting in \footnotemark in the table and outside of the table environment \addtocounter{footnote}{1} and \footnotetext{Text of the Footnote}. Although this is not the nicest version it works without spending too much time on getting ...


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