The following slide markdown demonstrates the use of a the HTML
<sup> tag to render a superscript note that references a footnote on
--- @snap[north-west span-40] ### Q: How can you tell if a computer @color[#e49436](geek) is an extrovert? @snapend @snap[north-east span-50] #### A: They stare at **your shoes** when you talk instead of their own<sup>1</sup>. @snapend @snap[south span-100] @size[0.5em](1. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental!) @snapend @snap[east] @fa[smile-o fa-5x] @snapend
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Note, the use of HTML
<sup> tags to render subscript and
superscript can be very useful to display both simple math
formula and references to footnotes on a slide respectively.