On 2013-11-22 Jan Tosovsky wrote:
> when a single line footnote is used, the footnote divider is
> rendered in larger distance than for footnotes with two or
> more lines (I mean a gap between the line and the footnote text).
> It can be tested easily:
This behaviour seems to be driven by this code in strc-not.mkvi:
When e.g. \endgraf or \kern\strutdepth lines are commented, the gap is
smaller, but still different.
Changing the depth from \zeropoint to a bigger value (1cm) makes the gap
same, but it leads to extreme thick rule.
What else could be tweaked here?