[OS X TeX] extra footnote set for graphics
stephenmoye at cox.net
Thu Jun 16 01:02:23 CEST 2005
You might try ncctools (look on ctan http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/
macros/latex/contrib/ncctools/) which allows you to create multiple
levels of footnotes. I haven't used this package myself, yet, but I
will be looking at it for a project of my own.
On Jun 15, 2005, at 1:49 PM, Florian Grammel wrote:
> We want to typeset a longish paper on palaeography.
> As we'll need a lot of special characters, that we all have in one
> Unicodefont, we decided to try doing so using XeLaTeX. There are
> also a lot of tiny clips (most about 5 x 5 mm) from manuscripts-
> scans that the text refers to. It would be a waste of space to
> insert them properly as pictures usually would be, collecting them
> at the end of the paper would be impractical (there would be up to
> 30 references on one page) and just inserting them into the text
> would ruin the line-spacing.
> In the book "The Palaeography of Gothic Manuscript Books. From the
> Twelfth to the Early Sixteenth Century" by Albert Derolez Cambridge
> University Press has solved the problem very elegantly by using two
> sets of footnotes: one for the ordinary ones and one for the
> examples at the bottom of the page, depending on how many there are
> of each, neatly arranged in relation to each other. I've uploaded a
> scan if anybody wants to have a look: http://img248.echo.cx/
> The book states that it was typeset using LaTeX2e -- so it should
> be possible...
> Does anybody know, how they might have achieved this layout?
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> Florian Grammel
> Alex S. Kjeldsen
> Den Arnamagnæanske Samling
> Nordisk Forskningsinstitut
> Københavns Universitet
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