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Use \href{<URL>}{<text>} instead of only \url, as in \href{http://youtube.com/watch?v=aztd}{\texttt{youtube.com/watch?v=aztd}} with an explicit http:// protocol directive.


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Some comments and suggestions: I can see no justification or excuse whatsoever for using an eqnarray environment here. Place the equation inside the minipage. Use an {aligned}[b] environment to split the material across two rows. Place the \footnote directive immediately after \end{aligned} and before \end{equation}. Optional: Insert horizontal rules (...


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Use [para] to write your table note as paragraph \documentclass{article} \usepackage{booktabs} \usepackage{threeparttable} \begin{document} \centering \begin{threeparttable} \begin{tabular}{llll} a & b & c & extra width & entry1 & entry2 \\\toprule 1\tnote{*} & 2\tnote{\textdagger} & 3\tnote{\textdaggerdbl} &...


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xcoffins is a package that emulates a layout program. You put your content into boxes and stitch them together in various ways, adding vertical and horizontal offsets as needed. Then write the result, which is itself a text object, at the current insertion point, in this example, at the beginning of the page, before \lipsum[1-4]. \Framex acts as a frame, ...


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This is an issue with how the TeX output routine works in the presence of floats. The exact same issue has been reported to the LaTeX team here as part of a larger issue that involves also other parts of TeX. I'll let Frank Mittelbach explain what is happening: Whenever LaTeX encounters a float it calls on the output routine [N.B. this is "OR" ...


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Happy holidays! :D Use \usethanksrule inside the titlingpage environment: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{titling} \author{My Name\thanks{ABC University}} \title{Happy Holidays!} \begin{document} \maketitle \begin{titlingpage} \usethanksrule % <-- here \begin{abstract} {Happy Holidays!} \noindent \vspace{5mm} \noindent \textit{Key Words}: ...


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Remove the code from the other post, and add \footnotelayout{m} below \usepackage{paracol}. For details, read the fine manual, section 7.6. \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{paracol} \footnotelayout{m} \begin{document} some text\footnote{first footnote: before paracol} \bigskip \begin{paracol}{2} table\footnote{second footnote: within paracol} \...


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If I were not the author of enotez I'd probably look into the manual. I would then find this: There is not much more to say: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[french]{babel} \usepackage{enotez} \setenotez{list-name=My cool title} \newcommand\cs[1]{\texttt{\textbackslash#1}} \newcommand\marg[1]{\texttt{\{#1\}}} \begin{...


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In your particular example, without fiddling too much with the input and manually specifying the footnotemark will give you the desired result. I would say may be the code is not so elegant, but the result is as you wish: \documentclass[12pt, a4paper]{article} \usepackage[english]{babel} \begin{document} \title{\sc This is a title \thanks{Thanks to ...}} \...


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Teach LaTeX to use the same counter for footnotes and endnotes. \documentclass[12pt, a4paper]{article} \usepackage[a4paper,left=30mm,right=45mm]{geometry} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{enumitem} \usepackage{marginnote} \usepackage{enotez} \usepackage{hyperref} % should be last % enumitem \setlist{% labelindent=0pt, ...


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The width of eledmac two-column "familiar" footnotes is set by the \hsizetwocolX option, where X is the note series (A in your example) and the argument in {} sets the width for the column (.45\hsize is the standard setting apparently). So for reducing the space between columns I'd start to increase the width, e.g. with \hsizetwocolX[A]{.46\hsize} ...


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There are two things that makes this a little more difficult. Not only do you want to mix them, but you may be interested in a specific layout of the \thanks notes in the footnote; perhaps all the affiliations (numbers) first and then the rest (symbols). I suggest inserting the \thanks notes with \author manually so you can arrange them in whichever way you ...


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Including the information from your comment: don't use the symbol option from footmisc reset the footnote counter before you switch to the fixed ones and redefine \thefootnote to use symbols with \renewcommand\thefootnote{\fnsymbol{footnote}} while we're there: if you insist in the footnote package you should probably load it after footmisc; otherwise \...


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For the second and further occurrence you can just print the dagger symbol as math superscript: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[height=5cm]{geometry} \newcounter{daggerfootnote} \newcommand*{\daggerfootnote}[1]{% \setcounter{daggerfootnote}{\value{footnote}}% \renewcommand*{\thefootnote}{\fnsymbol{footnote}}% \...


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It looks like a deliberate design decision: the class spieman.cls does \RequirePackage[super]{cite}. The package cite describes this behavior for the \cite command with the super option. trailing punctuation is moved to come before the superscript citation It also says You may disable movement with the [nomove] package option. The authors of spieman.cls ...


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You can use packages like enotez, endnotes or maybe pagenotes for stuff like this. Since no MWE was provided the following examples show how to get the result for sections but the usage is analoguous for chapters. enotez \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enotez,lipsum} \setenotez{ reset , list-heading = \subsection*{#1} } \begin{document} \section{...


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The memoir class (a superset of the book, report and article classes) provides a variety of footnote styles, layouts, and numbering. For your case try this: % footnoteprob.tex SE 576072 \documentclass{memoir} \paragraphfootnotes \newfootnoteseries{X} \renewcommand{\thefootnoteX}{\alph{footnoteX}} \begin{document} This is a test\footnoteX{This word ...} ...


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The solution is to use fontspec to set a font with a color instead of using xcolor directly. So the working MWE becomes: \documentclass[a5paper]{memoir} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{Linux Libertine O} \footmarkstyle{\color{gray}\textsuperscript{#1}} \renewcommand{\foottextfont}{\fontspec[Color=gray,Ligatures=TeX]...


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Many aspects about this solution is highly experimental. But I think this should provide you with a framework to achieve what you want. Make sure you complete following steps to prepare for document compilation. This solution only works with LuaTeX. Prepare your dictionary and save it in JSON format. For demonstration purposes, I found a bunch of freely ...


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As the examdoc:Page 49 specified, one must use EnvUplevel environment instead \uplevel and EnvFullwidth rather \fullwidth to be enabled to use verbatim materials. So this will solve the problem! Hence the mentioned code should be: \begin{EnvUplevel} Please read the instructions mentioned before\footnote{The Turing machine lecture.} first. \end{...


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When using tablefootnote, in the first line of your tabular it should be \tablefootnote instead of \footnote. Then the two \tablefootnote commands are in a tabular, but not in a table environment. Either add a table environment: \begin{table} \begin{tabular}{l} Hello\footnote{World!} \\ Hello\tablefootnote{World!} \\ \end{tabular} \end{table} (and maybe \...


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This probably comes too late for your thesis, but… Using the enotez package your requirements are easily met using this setup: \setenotez{ backref , list-name = Open Problems } Here is a complete example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{enotez} \setenotez{ backref , list-name = Open Problems } \usepackage{hyperref} \let\footnote\endnote \begin{...


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What I get here is this: \setupfootnotedefinition[alternative=left] \setupfootnotes[n=4,columndistance=2em] \starttext \input ward\footnote{This does not seem to be implemented yet.} \input hawking\footnote{Left, right (raggedleft, raggedright).} \input Knuth\footnote{Distance between columns.} \input ward\footnote{Draw ...


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