I’m compiling my book in Scrivener using MultiMarkdown to LaTeX Modern (Custom LaTeX) Copy (customised) configuration.
Actually I have two problems when converting inline footnotes:
When I’m using words with hyphen, such as Daito-ryu, the generated output is Daito–ryu (i.e. with two hyphens) which of course looks weird in the LaTeX output. How can I influence this conversion? The same string in normal text is left intact.
Is there any way please how to rename the macro name for the compiled footnote? I want to use \myfootnote instead of the default \footnote.
I will appreciate any help.