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TeX to ScientificWorkplace and back

I use TeXWorks while coauthors are stuck with ScientificWorkplace. They are not (even) able to save the document as Portable LaTeX. Is there a "standard" preamble I could add to the .tex document to ...
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Error when using selnolig and lua-check-hyphen: attempt to index global 'debug' (a boolean value)

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} % required for selnolig \usepackage{selnolig} \usepackage{lua-check-hyphen} \begin{document} Foo \end{document} Using my two favorite lualatex packages ...
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Follow up to underline subsections - incompatibility between lineno, sectsty, and ulem

In answering the question Underline subsections, I provided an answer which relied on the sectsty package (as compared to @GonzaloMedina's answer, which used the titlesec package). Ultimately, @...
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Geometry package unexpected interaction with global twoside option and baselinestretch

The gif animation is obtained with the following tex code (by commenting out and restoring the corresponding parts of the preamble) and demonstrates that if twoside option is supplied as a global one (...
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Conflict between nath package and align?

I juste began to use the very user-frieldly nath package, which seems to work quite perfectly up to those lines : \begin{align*} U^{old}(q, \sigma_S) & = \{\pi^{\otimes m_k(\pi^S)} \in A(B^\star) ...
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A compatibility problem between the fontspec package and asymptote

Has anyone run across a compatibility issue between the fontspec package and asymptote? In the MWE below, commenting out the \usepackage{fontspec} allows for proper compilation and embedding of the ...
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pgfplots+fillbetween code no longer compiles correctly

I recently dug up some old code and it doesn't compile the way it used to. Here is a MWE: \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \usepackage{pgfplots} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepgfplotslibrary{...
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breqn and \coloneq

The breqn documentation says (pg. 10) • The notation := must be written with the command \coloneq. Otherwise the : and the = will be treated as two separate relation symbols with an “empty RHS” ...
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Createspace package with XeLaTeX

I'm getting this compilation error from the createspacepackage \PackageError{createspace}{no PDF supported engine detected}{recompile this document using PDFLaTeX} I'm using TeXShop typesetting ...
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Hyperref and description environment

I am trying to put an hyperref command inside an item name in the description environment. The following MWE works as expected (this is what I am trying to achieve!): \documentclass{article} \...
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revtex incompatible with stfloats?

Very similar to this one: revtex incompatible with dblfloatfix? Is revtex known to be incompatible with stfloats? In this MWE, the second figure is just gone (with a "Float cannot be placed" warning):...
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conflicting packages -

I need help figuring out which packages are conflicting in my document. I get the error message at the lines 35 and 44: \T already defined' and \U already defined' My preamble includes: \...
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(in)Compatibility between floatrow and beamer

Are beamer class and floatrow package compatible? With the following MWE if I don't set the placement option [H] then I get a lots of errors due to the presence of the floatrow package: \...
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Rd.sty throws ! LaTeX Error: Command \bold already defined.

I have to use Rd.sty package can be obtained from here in my .Rnw documents. Without using \usepackage{Rd} everything works fine. But the inclusion of \usepackage{Rd} throws the following error: ! ...