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2016-07-15 06:36:09 +0200 commented answer Footnote Formatting: Thick and thin separator lines?

I have the same problem, and posted a question about it here: https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/questi...
It has been more than a week and only eight people have seen it and no one has answered. Do people ever use footnotes?

2016-07-04 07:12:43 +0200 asked a question Footnote separator line changing randomly

I have the thickness for the line set for 0.25pt on both right and left pages, but if I have multiple lines in the footnote it changes thickness. Here is the pattern: Number of lines: 1 - thin 2 - thin 3 - thin 4 - thick 5 - thick 6 - thin 7 - thin 8 - thin 9 - thin 10 - thin 11 - thick 12 - thick 13 - thick 14 - thin ... up to 18 - thin 19 - thick 20 - thick 21 - thin 22 - thin ... up to 25 - thin

However, when I export it as a pdf it has an entirely different pattern.

This issue came up years ago and was not resolved: "Well, a few months later and I still have this issue. I've tried everything with page styles, indents, Apply, OK, and everything else and I still have different widths of footnote separator lines. The differences are preserved when I export to pdf, so it is not just a display issue. Please someone help- it looks so unprofessional!" That was in 2014/06/04.

I would think that footnotes would be used often enough that something like this would not go unaddressed.

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2016-01-18 14:27:18 +0200 asked a question How can I delete the header or footer in only certain pages?

I have headers and footers, but I need to add full page or nearly full page images to certain pages. How do I get the header and footer (and the margins probably too) out of the way of the image on only certain pages?

I have been trying to do it by going into "format" and opening "title page", adding a title page at a specified page number, and changing the settings of the page added to be without headers, footers, or margins. But I am thinking that doing that is causing others problems.

Is there a way to simply change the style of a page? Would this fix my problem?