How do I add back separator lines above footnotes in InDesign cc

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The separator lines above my footnotes disappeared for some reason. How do I get those back? I don't see the option to do that in the footnote options panel.

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1) In the same options (as in your other thread)  

 

Fussnoten_Absatzlinie.png

 

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2) In the paragraph style of the footnotes (if one was applied) 

 

Sorry for the German UI

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How do I add back separator lines above footnotes in InDesign cc

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The separator lines above my footnotes disappeared for some reason. How do I get those back? I don't see the option to do that in the footnote options panel.

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1) In the same options (as in your other thread)  

 

Fussnoten_Absatzlinie.png

 

or

2) In the paragraph style of the footnotes (if one was applied) 

 

Sorry for the German UI

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1) In the same options (as in your other thread)  

 

Fussnoten_Absatzlinie.png

 

or

2) In the paragraph style of the footnotes (if one was applied) 

 

Sorry for the German UI

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Sorry, but I am not referring to the underlines within the footnotes. I'm referring the the divider that separates ALL the footnotes from the body of the text.

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Sorry, I am not referring to the underlining of each of the lines within the footnotes, but rather to the short divider that separates all the footnotes from the body of the text.

 

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Please show a screenshot. (Maybe in a new document)

I don't know which other visible "divider" do you mean.

 

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[image: image.png]

See how there is no separator line between the body of the text and the
footnotes at the bottom of each page.

Here's where the separator lines do show up, in another chapter:
[image: image.png]

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Sorry, there is no sceenshot.

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I sent in an earlier email to you the two screenshots, comparing where the
separator is missing and instance where the separator is there.

Here, again:
[image: image.png]

[image: image.png]
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I see the screenshots in my "sent mail," but for some reason they do not transfer to the forum posting. I don't know what to do.
Thanks for your patience.

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eMail?

 

And sorry, no screenshots in your post.

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Email is what didn't translate the screenshots. I just now posted the
screenshots directly into the forum page. I hope you can see those.
Solved: Betreff: How do I add back separator lines above f... - Page 2 -
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