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Please can anyone help me find out why the following footnotes fail to
display properly? The problem is apparently not with the commands for
the footnotes, since the problem persists even with the direct use of
\footnoteB and \FootnoteB in the title and author name. I have had a
look at the manuals of manyfoot and bigfoot packages without success.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amssymb,lipsum}
\usepackage{pifont}
\usepackage[multiple]{footmisc}
\usepackage{perpage}
%\usepackage{manyfoot} % same as bigfoot?
\usepackage{bigfoot}
\DeclareNewFootnote[plain]{default}
\DeclareNewFootnote[plain]{B}[fnsymbol]
\MakeSortedPerPage{footnoteB}
\MakeSortedPerPage{FootnoteB}
\setlength{\skip\footinsB}{2pt minus 1pt}
\global\let\authornote\footnoteB
\global\let\arttitlenote\FootnoteB
\long\def\titlenotea{%
article.}%
article.}%
}
\long\def\authornotea{%
\authornote{New address: University of Monte Carlo.}%
}

\begin{document}

\title{Sample article\titlenotea}
\author{Pluto\authornotea}
\maketitle

\lipsum[1-1]

\end{document}

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On Dec 8, 5:02=A0pm, Pluto <a.m...@rocketmail.com> wrote:
> Please can anyone help me find out why the following footnotes fail to
> display properly? The problem is apparently not with the commands for
> the footnotes, since the problem persists even with the direct use of
> \footnoteB and \FootnoteB in the title and author name. I have had a
> look at the manuals of manyfoot and bigfoot packages without success.
>
> \documentclass{article}
> \usepackage{amssymb,lipsum}
> \usepackage{pifont}
> \usepackage[multiple]{footmisc}
> \usepackage{perpage}
> %\usepackage{manyfoot} % same as bigfoot?
> %\usepackage{perpage} % loaded by bigfoot.
> \usepackage{bigfoot}
> \DeclareNewFootnote[plain]{default}
> \DeclareNewFootnote[plain]{B}[fnsymbol]
> \MakeSortedPerPage{footnoteB}
> \MakeSortedPerPage{FootnoteB}
> \setlength{\skip\footinsB}{2pt minus 1pt}
> \global\let\authornote\footnoteB
> \global\let\arttitlenote\FootnoteB
> \long\def\titlenotea{%
> article.}%
> article.}%}
>
> \long\def\authornotea{%
> =A0 \authornote{New address: University of Monte Carlo.}%
> =A0 \authornote{Old address: Precision Instruments Ltd.}%
>
> }
>
> \begin{document}
>
> \title{Sample article\titlenotea}
> \author{Pluto\authornotea}
> \maketitle
>
> \lipsum[1-1]
>
> \end{document}

anyway, what do you mean by 'display properly'?  your notes 'display'
with the funny symbols you've chosen when i compile your example....

cheers,
jon.

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On Dec 8, 10:12=A0pm, jon <jonwrobin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 8, 5:02=A0pm, Pluto <a.m...@rocketmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > Please can anyone help me find out why the following footnotes fail to
> > display properly? The problem is apparently not with the commands for
> > the footnotes, since the problem persists even with the direct use of
> > \footnoteB and \FootnoteB in the title and author name. I have had a
> > look at the manuals of manyfoot and bigfoot packages without success.
>
> > \documentclass{article}
> > \usepackage{amssymb,lipsum}
> > \usepackage{pifont}
> > \usepackage[multiple]{footmisc}
> > \usepackage{perpage}
> > %\usepackage{manyfoot} % same as bigfoot?
> > %\usepackage{perpage} % loaded by bigfoot.
> > \usepackage{bigfoot}
> > \DeclareNewFootnote[plain]{default}
> > \DeclareNewFootnote[plain]{B}[fnsymbol]
> > \MakeSortedPerPage{footnoteB}
> > \MakeSortedPerPage{FootnoteB}
> > \setlength{\skip\footinsB}{2pt minus 1pt}
> > \global\let\authornote\footnoteB
> > \global\let\arttitlenote\FootnoteB
> > \long\def\titlenotea{%
> > article.}%
> > article.}%}
>
> > \long\def\authornotea{%
> > =A0 \authornote{New address: University of Monte Carlo.}%
> > =A0 \authornote{Old address: Precision Instruments Ltd.}%
>
> > }
>
> > \begin{document}
>
> > \title{Sample article\titlenotea}
> > \author{Pluto\authornotea}
> > \maketitle
>
> > \lipsum[1-1]
>
> > \end{document}
>
> why are you loading both footmisc and bigfoot? (don't use manyfoot.)
> anyway, what do you mean by 'display properly'? =A0your notes 'display'
> with the funny symbols you've chosen when i compile your example....
>
> cheers,
> jon.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Please can you send your output to me, because I just can't get the
outcome right? There are two footnotes both for the title and author,
but the two 'funny' symbols in each case get superimposed on each
other (ie, the two footnote symbols for the title are placed on each
other; ditto for author) and the footnotes don't come out properly. I
used only bigfoot in the latest attempt.

The elsarticle class uses a different mechanism to get footnotes for
the title and author. As a last resort, I may consider using that
system.

Regards

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