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Agiliman

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  1. Actually I did some fiddling around and what I did was I created a reference group for all my sources and put the notes under the default group and then used a reference function inside the tag function to direct you first to the footnotes and then to the sources. This makes it so that sources are called [source 1], [source 2], etc. and that notes are just [1], [2], etc., but this should suffice. Thanks!
  2. Hi thanks for all the help, but I didn't quite specify what I was wanting. So I have two groups of references in my document, the first are normal and the second is for contextual footnotes. I want the primary footnote to go into the contextual footnotes section and the secondary footnote to go into the normal section. Is that possible?
  3. I was wondering how I would be able to put a citation within a citation. What I want to do is add a footnote which adds contextual information to something on my wiki and then there is a source for that contextual information. I was using a <ref> function inside a <ref> function and it didn't seem to work. Is it possible to do this or is there a better way to do what I'm trying to do? Thanks!
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