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Re: Footnotes/Endnotes formatting
- Subject: Re: Footnotes/Endnotes formatting
- From: Michael Norman michael.norman@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2008 17:28:27 -0500
At 12:27 PM 1/4/2008, David Auerbach wrote:
There is a hard space after the period; you just can't see it. (My
bad, I should have posted it with a indicator for a space there.) 'AT'
stands for attribute. What comes after '<' is (roughly) what should
the printer print entering the attribute. And '>' is for leaving the
attribute. In this simple case it just says print a period and a space.
I'm away from home, and forgetting the printer file mnemonic for the
footnote number call-out (which defaults to superscript, but you can
change it, or, if you want to get fancy, you can change what SU does).
David, some progress:
in fact adds a blank space after the FN number, but not a period. Curiously
ETadds two spaces. I've tried several different characters in place of
the period, but none will print. And anything other than a period
there removes the space. But
produces two spaces. Hm.Michael Norman