Footnotes in references; unwanted behavior

Hello, I have a simple bookdown project. Until yesterday the footnotes appeared at the end of a chapter, but now they appear in the references. I have not changed anything that could have caused this behavior. Does anyone know how I could fix this?
Thank you!

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Can you share information on the version you are using ?


Can you share also you're pandoc version ?


thank you.

It is possible that something have changed on the tools used. However, I can't reproduce using a simple demo.

You can try building one example using GitHub - rstudio/bookdown-demo: A minimal book example using bookdown

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R version 4.0.4 (2021-02-15)
Platform: x86_64-apple-darwin17.0 (64-bit)
Running under: macOS Big Sur 10.16, RStudio 1.4.1103

Locale: fr_CH.UTF-8 / fr_CH.UTF-8 / fr_CH.UTF-8 / C / fr_CH.UTF-8 / fr_CH.UTF-8

Package version:
  base64enc_0.1.3 bookdown_0.24   digest_0.6.28  
  evaluate_0.14   fastmap_1.1.0   glue_1.5.0     
  graphics_4.0.4  grDevices_4.0.4 highr_0.9      
  htmltools_0.5.2 jquerylib_0.1.4 jsonlite_1.7.2 
  knitr_1.36      magrittr_2.0.1  methods_4.0.4  
  rlang_0.4.12    rmarkdown_2.11  stats_4.0.4    
  stringi_1.7.5   stringr_1.4.0   tinytex_0.35   
  tools_4.0.4     utils_4.0.4     xfun_0.28      
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Can you try to get the bookdown demo and build it ? Do you see the issue ?

You now have new template included that you could try

Without more information on the configuration you have it will be hard for me to look into. I need to be able to reproduce the issue.


It's weird. Maybe i'll try that. The problem is that i have a project in which i'm working and i don't want to copy paste all again. The weird thing is that it changed when I was away for a week and I didn't touch anything. I changed my anaconda base env for python. Anyways....Thank you!

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