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Footnote horizontal spacing of text within footnotes [duplicate]

I'm having a problem with some of my footnotes. Many of them which span multiple lines have this odd spacing between words. I've attached a screenshot of a PDF for a better explanation. In this you ...
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Line breaking and long URL strings [duplicate]

I'm an B.Sc. in industrial engineering student who decided to grab a B.Sc. in finance as well and I'm currently working on my B.Sc. thesis in finance regarding risk management in mortage houses. The ...
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How to get long \texttt sections to break

I often format path names with \texttt which can be very long. Usually Tex will not break this text. The line will just create a hbox overflow. It looks like this: ................ ...C:\documents ...
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URL line breaks with biblatex

How do I allow long URLs to have line breaks at any point. This is in the bibliography not the main text. I am trying to save space so don't want extra spaces to be added to make it only break at ...
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Manually breaking a long URL (in the bibliography)

I have a large bibliography in which a few items are causing underfull hboxes due to a long URL. Answers to similar questions suggest a number of global options for fixing this; e.g. Forcing ...
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Line breaks and the URL package

Long URLs need to be broken at the end of a line. Here's a topic about that. That topic suggests adding the hyphens option to the URL package, and also to define ...
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hyperref url breaking

References: Forcing linebreaks in \url So, in a plain document with \usepackage{url} \begin{document} You can find this at \url{very-long-url}. \end{document} the URL will be broken down, e.g. ...
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Insert hyphenation point in BibTeX using PDFLaTeX and hyperref

How to tell PDFLaTeX to make hyphenation in place where I want it to be? I have my document file: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{article} \PassOptionsToPackage{hyphens}{url}\usepackage{hyperref} ...
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Too long hyperlink can not fit on page

I have a problem with a too long hyperlink. This reference is one word, but it is too long and doesn't set the text width, so some part is pushed beyond the margin: ...
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How to use \url in sloppypar to make url into multi-lines?

I met a problem about how to make the long link into a multi-lines one. The following is LaTeX code: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage[colorlinks,citecolor=black,linkcolor=black]{hyperref} ...
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How to rigidly chop long lines in plain TeX

I am using plain TeX and want to typeset an appendix that contains several hundred URLs. When a URL goes past the right margin, I would like TeX to stop printing (i.e. not carry into the margin, not ...
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Bad formatting of Bibliography

I tried two ways to format a bibliography with lots of URL's: Without 'RaggedRight' With 'RaggedRight' In the first case, there are wide spaces between words in some items, that a really not ...
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Removing character from a hyperref link

I would like to suppress a character from a hyperref link that is built via \url, but the textual representation should keep that character. For example, if the character is *, I want ...
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Modifying reference style

I'm preparing a document with references that should be set out as follows: http://www.i-cite.bham.ac.uk/harvard_reference_list.shtml http://www.i-cite.bham.ac.uk/harvard_citing.shtml The code I ...
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How to wrap web address in table?

All of my text in my table wraps except for line 13, which I have copied below. The website runs off to the side of the page. I'd like it to wrap the web address. Can anyone help? ...

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