I’m looking for a program, compatible with Windows 10, that has an option to input two (+) different series of footnotes, e.g. one would contain comparative texts and another would contain notes. While being of different sequences (e.g. one being numerical and the other alphabetical) would be best, it’s not something that is a deal breaker. (A preferred feature would be to align the two sequences in independent horizontal columns beneath the body of the text.)
An ideal feature would be a program that can automatically number (and revise when necessary - if possible) every fifth [or tenth] line of the body’s text, that way the footnotes aren’t placed on a specific word rather the note’s number would correspond to the numbered line and a group of words can then be annotated. For clarity, below is a picture illustrating this. (P. S. If there’s a name for this particular style kindly include it in the answer or comment below.)
Finally, support for additional languages other than English is a plus.