footnote formatting

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  1. Simple Footnotes test.
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2 Replies to “footnote formatting”

  1. My four years of Latin give me only the faintest whiff of what this says! But that was 75 years ago!

    1. Funny, Milania! Lorem ipsum is placeholder text used by designers. According to Wikipedia there’s a reason you couldn’t read it. The source is Cicero but the content has been altered to make it nonsensical. I guess originally Latin-literate folks working on layouts would be distracted if they could read the “dummy” text. This reminds me of when, years ago, SoCal seminarians no longer were required to study Latin. Is that sad or just removing an obstacle?

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