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On 23/03/16 13:54, Urmas wrote:

How can this be the fault of the USofA ???

In Europe, footnotes have the same indent as the text body, and their
markers are superscripted.
It was LO behavior too, until some American changed it into the mess we
have today.

Without commenting on either PoV, does this not suggest that footnote formatting (and probably other similar issues) should have a default controlled by the locale?

Mike Scott
Harlow, Essex, England

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