Footnote thesis

This code adds negative spacing around character "1" resulting in a more symmetrical placement of the period between "1" and "3", and positive spacing around en-dash. From the last figure it appears that — even after additional negative kerning — location of the period can be optimized further, but please note that such alternation of spacing should be done with care because neighbors of a given character can have different width. Strictly speaking, such spacing adjustments have to be performed via modification of the kerning pairs , but I found this way to be too time consuming for my level of LaTeX knowledge at the time of thesis writing, and decided to stay with the simpler microtype-based solution.

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