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I try to format footnotes in an article. The footnotes shall be
typeset with lining number flush left in the margin at the baseline,
and the first line of the footnote text indented one \parindent.

1___Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
Text Text Text Text Text Text

250_Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
Text Text Text Text Text Text Text

Figure 12.1 on page 245 in the memoir manual is approximately what I
am searching (but it is unclear if the footnote numbers is flushed
left in the figure).

I have nearly achieved my goal by using the following setup(see p.
246):

\setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
\setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
\setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
\footmarkstyle{\figureversion{lining}#1\hfill}

The problem is that the whole footnote is indented one \parindent from
the margin. I have tried (I think) all possible combination of
setting, save the right one. Also, I tried =96 without luck:

\renewcommand{\makefootmarkhook}{\noindent}

(see p. 63).

What is the correct settings?

I have also a question regarding the declaration \feetbelowfloat
(memman p. 245). Citation:

=91Following the \feetbelowfloat declaration footnotes will be typeset
at the bottom of the page below any bottom floats; they will also be
typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as opposed to being put
just after the bottom line of text. The standard positioning is used
following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which is the default.=92

It is unclear for me how to use that declaration. I assume it has no
arguments, and as a declaration, shall I place it in the preamble, or
after \begin{document}. I have tried both, but it does not seem to
have the promised effect: Typesetting the footnotes at the bottom of
the page (using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} has the correct effect,
but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to superscripts
number).

Also, I tried the bigfoot-package, but there are many very long
footnotes in the article, which are spread over several pages I am
sure it is possible to avoid that, but the documentation is a little
bit minimal to figure out the settings.

Sveinung

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rsh wrote:
> I try to format footnotes in an article. The footnotes shall be
> typeset with lining number flush left in the margin at the baseline,
> and the first line of the footnote text indented one \parindent.
>
>
> 1___Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> 250_Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> Figure 12.1 on page 245 in the memoir manual is approximately what I
> am searching (but it is unclear if the footnote numbers is flushed
> left in the figure).
>
> I have nearly achieved my goal by using the following setup(see p.
> 246):
>
> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> \footmarkstyle{\figureversion{lining}#1\hfill}
>
> The problem is that the whole footnote is indented one \parindent from
> the margin. I have tried (I think) all possible combination of
> setting, save the right one. Also, I tried � without luck:
>
> \renewcommand{\makefootmarkhook}{\noindent}
>
> (see p. 63).
>
> What is the correct settings?
>
> I have also a question regarding the declaration \feetbelowfloat
> (memman p. 245). Citation:
>
> �Following the \feetbelowfloat declaration footnotes will be typeset
> at the bottom of the page below any bottom floats; they will also be
> typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as opposed to being put
> just after the bottom line of text. The standard positioning is used
> following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which is the default.�
>
> It is unclear for me how to use that declaration. I assume it has no
> arguments, and as a declaration, shall I place it in the preamble, or
> after \begin{document}. I have tried both, but it does not seem to
> have the promised effect: Typesetting the footnotes at the bottom of
> the page (using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} has the correct effect,
> but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to superscripts
> number).
>
> Also, I tried the bigfoot-package, but there are many very long
> footnotes in the article, which are spread over several pages I am
> sure it is possible to avoid that, but the documentation is a little
> bit minimal to figure out the settings.
>
>
> Sveinung

please provide full minimal examples. What is \figureversion{lining}?

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Lars Madsen wrote:
> rsh wrote:
>> I try to format footnotes in an article. The footnotes shall be
>> typeset with lining number flush left in the margin at the baseline,
>> and the first line of the footnote text indented one \parindent.
>>
>>
>> 1___Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>> Text Text Text Text Text Text
>>
>> 250_Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>> Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>>
>> Figure 12.1 on page 245 in the memoir manual is approximately what I
>> am searching (but it is unclear if the footnote numbers is flushed
>> left in the figure).
>>
>> I have nearly achieved my goal by using the following setup(see p.
>> 246):
>>
>> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
>> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
>> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
>> \footmarkstyle{\figureversion{lining}#1\hfill}
>>
>> The problem is that the whole footnote is indented one \parindent from
>> the margin. I have tried (I think) all possible combination of
>> setting, save the right one. Also, I tried � without luck:
>>
>> \renewcommand{\makefootmarkhook}{\noindent}
>>
>> (see p. 63).
>>
>> What is the correct settings?
>>
>> I have also a question regarding the declaration \feetbelowfloat
>> (memman p. 245). Citation:
>>
>> �Following the \feetbelowfloat declaration footnotes will be typeset
>> at the bottom of the page below any bottom floats; they will also be
>> typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as opposed to being put
>> just after the bottom line of text. The standard positioning is used
>> following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which is the default.�
>>
>> It is unclear for me how to use that declaration. I assume it has no
>> arguments, and as a declaration, shall I place it in the preamble, or
>> after \begin{document}. I have tried both, but it does not seem to
>> have the promised effect: Typesetting the footnotes at the bottom of
>> the page (using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} has the correct effect,
>> but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to superscripts
>> number).
>>
>> Also, I tried the bigfoot-package, but there are many very long
>> footnotes in the article, which are spread over several pages I am
>> sure it is possible to avoid that, but the documentation is a little
>> bit minimal to figure out the settings.
>>
>>
>> Sveinung
>
> please provide full minimal examples. What is \figureversion{lining}?
>

For the first question:

\setlength{\footmarkwidth}{0em}
\setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
\setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
\footmarkstyle{\makebox[2em][l]{#1}}

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Lars Madsen wrote:
>> rsh wrote:
>>> I try to format footnotes in an article. The footnotes shall be
>>> typeset with lining number flush left in the margin at the baseline,
>>> and the first line of the footnote text indented one \parindent.
>>>
>>>
>>> 1___Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>>> Text Text Text Text Text Text
>>>
>>> 250_Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>>> Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>>>
>>> Figure 12.1 on page 245 in the memoir manual is approximately what I
>>> am searching (but it is unclear if the footnote numbers is flushed
>>> left in the figure).
>>>
>>> I have nearly achieved my goal by using the following setup(see p.
>>> 246):
>>>
>>> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
>>> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
>>> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
>>> \footmarkstyle{\figureversion{lining}#1\hfill}
>>>
>>> The problem is that the whole footnote is indented one \parindent from
>>> the margin. I have tried (I think) all possible combination of
>>> setting, save the right one. Also, I tried � without luck:
>>>
>>> \renewcommand{\makefootmarkhook}{\noindent}
>>>
>>> (see p. 63).
>>>
>>> What is the correct settings?
>>>
>>> I have also a question regarding the declaration \feetbelowfloat
>>> (memman p. 245). Citation:
>>>
>>> �Following the \feetbelowfloat declaration footnotes will be typeset
>>> at the bottom of the page below any bottom floats; they will also be
>>> typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as opposed to being put
>>> just after the bottom line of text. The standard positioning is used
>>> following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which is the default.�
>>>
>>> It is unclear for me how to use that declaration. I assume it has no
>>> arguments, and as a declaration, shall I place it in the preamble, or
>>> after \begin{document}. I have tried both, but it does not seem to
>>> have the promised effect: Typesetting the footnotes at the bottom of
>>> the page (using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} has the correct effect,
>>> but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to superscripts
>>> number).
>>>
>>> Also, I tried the bigfoot-package, but there are many very long
>>> footnotes in the article, which are spread over several pages I am
>>> sure it is possible to avoid that, but the documentation is a little
>>> bit minimal to figure out the settings.
>>>
>>>
>>> Sveinung
>>
>> please provide full minimal examples. What is \figureversion{lining}?
>>
>
>
> For the first question:
>
> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{0em}
> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> \footmarkstyle{\makebox[2em][l]{#1}}
>
>

And I cannot see any problems with feet below float, thus please provide
minimal examples if you have problems

\documentclass[a4paper]{memoir}
\usepackage{lipsum}

\setlength{\footmarkwidth}{0em}
\setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
\setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
\footmarkstyle{\makebox[2em][l]{#1}}

\feetbelowfloat

\begin{document}

s\footnote{\lipsum[2]}

\begin{figure}[b]
\centering
\rule{4cm}{4cm}
\end{figure}

\end{document}

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On 25 Mar, 10:51, Lars Madsen <dal...@RTFMSIGNATUREimf.au.dk> wrote:
> rsh wrote:
> > I try to format footnotes in an article. The footnotes shall be
> > typeset with lining number flush left in the margin at the baseline,
> > and the first line of the footnote text indented one \parindent.
>
> > 1___Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> > Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> > 250_Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> > Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> > Figure 12.1 on page 245 in the memoir manual is approximately what I
> > am searching (but it is unclear if the footnote numbers is flushed
> > left in the figure).
>
> > I have nearly achieved my goal by using the following setup(see p.
> > 246):
>
> > \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
> > \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> > \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> > \footmarkstyle{\figureversion{lining}#1\hfill}
>
> > The problem is that the whole footnote is indented one \parindent from
> > the margin. I have tried (I think) all possible combination of
> > setting, save the right one. Also, I tried without luck:
>
> > \renewcommand{\makefootmarkhook}{\noindent}
>
> > (see p. 63).
>
> > What is the correct settings?
>
> > I have also a question regarding the declaration \feetbelowfloat
> > (memman p. 245). Citation:
>
> > Following the \feetbelowfloat declaration footnotes will be typeset
> > at the bottom of the page below any bottom floats; they will also be
> > typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as opposed to being put
> > just after the bottom line of text. The standard positioning is used
> > following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which is the default.
>
> > It is unclear for me how to use that declaration. I assume it has no
> > arguments, and as a declaration, shall I place it in the preamble, or
> > after \begin{document}. I have tried both, but it does not seem to
> > have the promised effect: Typesetting the footnotes at the bottom of
> > the page (using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} has the correct effect,
> > but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to superscripts
> > number).
>
> > Also, I tried the bigfoot-package, but there are many very long
> > footnotes in the article, which are spread over several pages I am
> > sure it is possible to avoid that, but the documentation is a little
> > bit minimal to figure out the settings.
>
> > Thank you in advance!
>
> > Sveinung
>
> please provide full minimal examples. What is \figureversion{lining}?
>
> --
>
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>
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l.de/mini-en.html

Thank you, Lars for reminding me on the MWE. \figureversion{lining} is
from the MinionPro-package, to give lining figures instead of text
figures. But it is not that command the gives the strange result.

I have to start from scratch with unformatted text, to see which of my
packages that interact with the footnotes definition in memoir.

This one gives the correct result (it is not absolutely correct MWE).

% !TEX TS-program =3D pdflatex
% !TEX encoding =3D UTF-8 Unicode

\documentclass[article]{memoir}
\usepackage{fixltx2e}
\usepackage{lipsum}

%% Fotnoter
%\usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}
\footmarkstyle{#1\hfill}
\feetbelowfloat
\setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
\setlength{\footmarksep}{-\parindent}
\setlength{\footnotesep}{0ex}
\setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}

\begin{document}
\title{A title}
\author{An author}
\maketitle

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}
\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\end{document}

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On 25 Mar, 10:56, Lars Madsen <dal...@RTFMSIGNATUREimf.au.dk> wrote:
> >> rsh wrote:
> >>> I try to format footnotes in an article. The footnotes shall be
> >>> typeset with lining number flush left in the margin at the baseline,
> >>> and the first line of the footnote text indented one \parindent.
>
> >>> 1___Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> >>> Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> >>> 250_Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> >>> Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> >>> Figure 12.1 on page 245 in the memoir manual is approximately what I
> >>> am searching (but it is unclear if the footnote numbers is flushed
> >>> left in the figure).
>
> >>> I have nearly achieved my goal by using the following setup(see p.
> >>> 246):
>
> >>> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
> >>> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> >>> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> >>> \footmarkstyle{\figureversion{lining}#1\hfill}
>
> >>> The problem is that the whole footnote is indented one \parindent fro=
m
> >>> the margin. I have tried (I think) all possible combination of
> >>> setting, save the right one. Also, I tried =96 without luck:
>
> >>> \renewcommand{\makefootmarkhook}{\noindent}
>
> >>> (see p. 63).
>
> >>> What is the correct settings?
>
> >>> I have also a question regarding the declaration \feetbelowfloat
> >>> (memman p. 245). Citation:
>
> >>> =91Following the \feetbelowfloat declaration footnotes will be typese=
t
> >>> at the bottom of the page below any bottom floats; they will also be
> >>> typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as opposed to being put
> >>> just after the bottom line of text. The standard positioning is used
> >>> following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which is the default.=92
>
> >>> It is unclear for me how to use that declaration. I assume it has no
> >>> arguments, and as a declaration, shall I place it in the preamble, or
> >>> after \begin{document}. I have tried both, but it does not seem to
> >>> have the promised effect: Typesetting the footnotes at the bottom of
> >>> the page (using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} has the correct effect,
> >>> but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to superscripts
> >>> number).
>
> >>> Also, I tried the bigfoot-package, but there are many very long
> >>> footnotes in the article, which are spread over several pages I am
> >>> sure it is possible to avoid that, but the documentation is a little
> >>> bit minimal to figure out the settings.
>
> >>> Thank you in advance!
>
> >>> Sveinung
>
> >> please provide full minimal examples. What is \figureversion{lining}?
>
> > For the first question:
>
> > \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{0em}
> > \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> > \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> > \footmarkstyle{\makebox[2em][l]{#1}}
>
> And I cannot see any problems with feet below float, thus please provide
> minimal examples if you have problems
>
> \documentclass[a4paper]{memoir}
> \usepackage{lipsum}
>
> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{0em}
> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> \footmarkstyle{\makebox[2em][l]{#1}}
>
> \feetbelowfloat
>
> \begin{document}
>
> s\footnote{\lipsum[2]}
>
> \begin{figure}[b]
> =A0 =A0\centering
> =A0 =A0\rule{4cm}{4cm}
> \end{figure}
>
> \end{document}
>
> --
>
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l.de/mini-en.html

Lars

It was not any packages that interfered with the setup of footnotes,
but this ragged2e patch:

\csgappto{@arrayparboxrestore}{\justifying}

I was a reccommendation from thes message:

8511d9d/1056248303d06e92?lnk=3Dgst&q=3D\csgappto{%40arrayparboxrestore}{\ju=
stifying}#1056248303d06e92

Kind regards

Sveinung

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On 25 Mar, 10:56, Lars Madsen <dal...@RTFMSIGNATUREimf.au.dk> wrote:
> >> rsh wrote:
> >>> I try to format footnotes in an article. The footnotes shall be
> >>> typeset with lining number flush left in the margin at the baseline,
> >>> and the first line of the footnote text indented one \parindent.
>
> >>> 1___Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> >>> Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> >>> 250_Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
> >>> Text Text Text Text Text Text Text
>
> >>> Figure 12.1 on page 245 in the memoir manual is approximately what I
> >>> am searching (but it is unclear if the footnote numbers is flushed
> >>> left in the figure).
>
> >>> I have nearly achieved my goal by using the following setup(see p.
> >>> 246):
>
> >>> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
> >>> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> >>> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> >>> \footmarkstyle{\figureversion{lining}#1\hfill}
>
> >>> The problem is that the whole footnote is indented one \parindent fro=
m
> >>> the margin. I have tried (I think) all possible combination of
> >>> setting, save the right one. Also, I tried =96 without luck:
>
> >>> \renewcommand{\makefootmarkhook}{\noindent}
>
> >>> (see p. 63).
>
> >>> What is the correct settings?
>
> >>> I have also a question regarding the declaration \feetbelowfloat
> >>> (memman p. 245). Citation:
>
> >>> =91Following the \feetbelowfloat declaration footnotes will be typese=
t
> >>> at the bottom of the page below any bottom floats; they will also be
> >>> typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as opposed to being put
> >>> just after the bottom line of text. The standard positioning is used
> >>> following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which is the default.=92
>
> >>> It is unclear for me how to use that declaration. I assume it has no
> >>> arguments, and as a declaration, shall I place it in the preamble, or
> >>> after \begin{document}. I have tried both, but it does not seem to
> >>> have the promised effect: Typesetting the footnotes at the bottom of
> >>> the page (using \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} has the correct effect,
> >>> but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to superscripts
> >>> number).
>
> >>> Also, I tried the bigfoot-package, but there are many very long
> >>> footnotes in the article, which are spread over several pages I am
> >>> sure it is possible to avoid that, but the documentation is a little
> >>> bit minimal to figure out the settings.
>
> >>> Thank you in advance!
>
> >>> Sveinung
>
> >> please provide full minimal examples. What is \figureversion{lining}?
>
> > For the first question:
>
> > \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{0em}
> > \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> > \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> > \footmarkstyle{\makebox[2em][l]{#1}}
>
> And I cannot see any problems with feet below float, thus please provide
> minimal examples if you have problems
>
> \documentclass[a4paper]{memoir}
> \usepackage{lipsum}
>
> \setlength{\footmarkwidth}{0em}
> \setlength{\footmarksep}{0em}
> \setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}
> \footmarkstyle{\makebox[2em][l]{#1}}
>
> \feetbelowfloat
>
> \begin{document}
>
> s\footnote{\lipsum[2]}
>
> \begin{figure}[b]
> =A0 =A0\centering
> =A0 =A0\rule{4cm}{4cm}
> \end{figure}
>
> \end{document}
>
> --
>
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Lars

I was wrong with my MWE. I forgot that memoir has twoside as standard
option, and in twoside mode, also flushbottom is preset. And then of
course all footnotes line up at the bottom of the page.

The citation from the manual p 245 describes two functions, and it is
the last one that interest me:

=91...they will also be typeset at the bottom of \raggedbottom pages as
opposed to being put just after the bottom line of text. The standard
positioning is used following the \feetabovefloat declaration, which
is the default.=92

I read this as \feetbelowfloat will line up the footnotes at the
bottom margin pf the pages, even if I used the oneside option, which
presets raggedbottom (as I wrote, \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} gives
the correct result, but then my baseline lining numbers are changed to
superscripts number, and i cannot find out how to changes that
behaviour.

If you compile the following MWE and study the last line i the
footnotes, you will find out that memoir does not do that.

% !TEX TS-program =3D pdflatex
% !TEX encoding =3D UTF-8 Unicode

\documentclass[oneside,a4paper,article]{memoir}
\usepackage{fixltx2e}
\usepackage{lipsum}

%\usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}
%\setlength{\footnotemargin}{\parindent}

%% Fotnoter
%\usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}
\footmarkstyle{#1\hfill}

\setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
\setlength{\footmarksep}{-\parindent}
\setlength{\footnotesep}{0ex}
\setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}

\begin{document}
\title{A title}
\author{An author}
\maketitle

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}
\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\newpage

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

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\end{document}

Kind regards

Sveinung

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The MWE i previous message was wrong:

Corrected MWE:

% !TEX TS-program = pdflatex
% !TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode

\documentclass[oneside,a4paper,article]{memoir}
\usepackage{fixltx2e}
\usepackage{lipsum}

%\usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}
%\setlength{\footnotemargin}{\parindent}

%% Fotnoter
\footmarkstyle{#1\hfill}
\feetbelowfloat
\setlength{\footmarkwidth}{\parindent}
\setlength{\footmarksep}{-\parindent}
\setlength{\footnotesep}{0ex}
\setlength{\footparindent}{\parindent}

\begin{document}
\title{A title}
\author{An author}
\maketitle

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}
\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}
\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\newpage

\chapter{Chapter}

\lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[3]} \lipsum*[1]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

\lipsum*[5]\footnote{\lipsum*[1]}

tesssstesssstessss tessss  tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss
tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss
tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss tessss
tessss

\end{document}

Just comment the memoir commands under "Fotnoter" and uncomment the
two lines above (footmisc) to see the desired effect.

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