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      CommentAuthorvze26m98
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
     
    Hi all-

    I export to LaTeX and my document uses footnotes, so I've had great success with the footnote capability of Ulysses. I create a new note for each footnote I have, which have a typical format like so:

    |110322160427- See \cite[p. 30]{Delalande:2001dq}|

    My question is whether these footnotes have to be in individual files, or whether they can be "bunched together," one to a line (ie paragraph), in a single note file?

    I ask because I've noticed my Ulysses setup appears to grab large amounts of "Active" memory, and I wonder if this is due to the hundred of footnotes I have in my project? Any feeling this would ameliorate my problem? Any performance penalty to make the change, if possible?

    Thanks!

    Charles
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      CommentAuthormichael
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
     
    No, it's not necessary to create a new note for each footnote. You only need one note per document for your footnotes.
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      CommentAuthorvze26m98
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2011
     
    Thanks, Michael!

    (But I guess I'll have to dope out the performance differences myself.)