My compile is throwing up two oddities. The first relates to scenes. When I add a scene to a folder, I give it a name (let’s call that the scene title). As several of my scene titles require a footnote, and there doesn’t seem to be a way of applying a footnote to a scene title, I reproduce the scene title at the top of the scene text, formatting it so it appears as a heading (let’s call that the scene heading). I can then compile, removing the option for scenes to print their titles. So far so good. However, I have several instances of the scene heading appearing on its own at the bottom of a page, and I cannot see a way with the compile settings to force a scene to keep at least three lines (heading, blank line, first line of text) together. Is there any way of overcoming this, please?
The other strange thing is that if a page has several footnotes (five or six, say), then text from the scene is being superimposed on some of the notes. It is as though the compile is not recognizing the space being taken up by the notes, and continuing to use it for text. Any tips about that, please?