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    MarcT got a reaction from A_B_C in Footnotes/Endnotes   
    The ideas from @ABC are interesting. But if you need margin notes and footnotes on the same page, how would it work ?
    I'm a bit skeptical about this need to impose a style of notes from the start.
    In any case, I think it should have a panel listing all of the notes in the document ... much like the Index panel. This would provide an overview of all the notes. For example :
    Page 12 :
    (1) : Description of note 1 (2) : Description of note 2 (3) : Description of note 3 Page 15 :
    (1) : Description of note 1 Page 23 :
    (1) : Description of note 1 (2) : Description of note 2 (3) : Description of note 3 By clicking on the page number or on a particular note, the user would be redirected to the page / note in question.
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    MarcT got a reaction from Markio in Footnotes/Endnotes   
    Very good idea.
    Please don't link the footnotes to a specific block of text as in Adobe Indesign.
    Footnotes should be free. We must be able to position them anywhere in the document. See @julienkinkin.
    Bye.
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    MarcT got a reaction from Ecifircas in Change interface (UI / UX) : reduce the number of icons for small screens (eg : 13'3 inch Apple MacBook AIR)   
    I'm using Affinity Publisher on a 13'3 inch Apple MacBook AIR.
    Unfortunately, the number of icons I can display on my application is limited.
    So, I can't display tools like "Distribute", "Geometry", etc.
    Why not reduce these options to a single icon - and display a submenu - to free up more space.
    For example, like this:

    Changer by :
    with closed submenu:
    with opened submenu :
    What do you think?
    Goodbye.
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    MarcT got a reaction from Old Bruce in Footnotes/Endnotes   
    It should be done as for linked text frames. By having a visual difference (ex: using dotted lines instead of a solid line, as is currently the case for linked text frames) ?
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    MarcT got a reaction from julienkinkin in Footnotes/Endnotes   
    Very good idea.
    Please don't link the footnotes to a specific block of text as in Adobe Indesign.
    Footnotes should be free. We must be able to position them anywhere in the document. See @julienkinkin.
    Bye.
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