Let's say you write a footnote's argument, i.e.
where the length of argument is too high, resulting in a footnote
which is, in the output, cut in some pieces. The footnote is thus
divided across pages, but I find it ugly to see these cut footnotes
not separated with an indicator, i.e. if you use
available space on the current page that LaTeX processes,
it will result in, in the bottom of the current page:
and, on the following page,
where `argument' is more than a single word. Is there a solution to
put something like `(Continued on Page ...')' or at least `(...)'?
Note that this question was asked on Usenet too (see http://groups.google.com/group/comp.text.tex/browse_thread/thread/61daf8aeb3ca608f).
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