I installed the
widetext package and was happily using it until I decided to edit the style file
widetext.sty. Happily, LaTeX immediately picked up the changes and compiled correctly. I then decided to undo those changes to
widetext.sty, and I did so, but now latex doesn't seem to pick up this fact (ie it still thinks the changes are present). If I rename
widetext.sty to something else, LaTeX properly fails to compile and says it can't find
widetext.sty. However, if I intentionally put garbage text in
widetext.sty to cause the latex compile to fail, LaTeX doesn't seem to notice and happily compiles the last "working copy" of
widetext.sty it seems to have stashed in some form of cache somewhere.
I tried to delete all output files in the working directory. No luck.
widetext.sty is located in
C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\tex\latex\widetext. Thoughts?