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normal \marginnote does not work with reledmac (it is explained in the handbook). You may use \ledsidenote \documentclass[twoside,10pt]{book} \usepackage[paperheight=9in,paperwidth=6in,inner=1.in,outer=1.25in,top=0.6in,bottom=0.6in,heightrounded,marginpar=1.5cm]{geometry} \usepackage[noresetlinenumannotation, series={A}, noend,noeledsec,nofamiliar,...


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Essentially the graffitox macro uses the standard LaTeX \marginpar command to set the note. If the note is positioned too long for the page it just keeps on typesetting, as in your example. I suppose that you could set the note in a box and measure its height, compare that with the space left on the page then do something and output the note. I understand ...


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You would need to put the \marginline command inside the argument to \section. Note, however, that this would also attempt to put a \marginline in the page header (and table of contents if you had it) which is likely not desired. Instead, you would have to use the optional argument to \section to create a version that doesn't do that: \section[Foo bar]{Foo ...


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The wrapfig environment takes an optional argument saying how much to overhang into the margin. Usage is in the example. With reasonably new LaTeX you can use \dimexpr for calculating the sum, or you can use the calc package and omit \dimexpr. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{wrapfig} \usepackage{shortvrb} \MakeShortVerb" \begin{...


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You can work around this with a suitable template definition where a) the \marginpar is issued before the paragraph of the heading ends and b) its content starts with \leavevmode itself (I have not researched why the latter seems to be necessary when colors are in play – BTW: \usekomafont{sectioning} issues \normalcolor). Below I also removed the manual ...


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A couple of things. You have increased the margins but have not changed the horizontal positioning of marginal notes. I think that you could have used thememoir adjustwith environment instead of your changemargin environment. Based on your MWE try the following: ... \chapter{Larger margins} \begin{adjustwidth}{2cm}{2cm} % increase margins by 2cm \setlength{...


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