These reference options specified to the package at loading time. For optional arguments to macros or environments, use {optional-arguments} instead.

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How can I customize 'headsep' attribute in the geometry package so that I can set it for individual pages?

I use the \geometry package for formatting my CV, and I know (from How to remove vertical space between header and body of text?) that I can use the headsep attribute to customize the spacing between ...
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\RequirePackage without option clashes because of the package loading order?

I am writing a package which requires the xcolor package with table option. It is loaded in the package with \PassOptionsToPackage{table}{xcolor} \RequirePackage{xcolor} which works if my package ...
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Package options mtplusscr and mtpluscal don't work in MTPro2 complete

If I use them I don't get the MTMS and MTMSB fonts as described in the guide just the old times new roman. Anyone seen this before? EDIT: Minimal Example: \documentclass[12pt]{article} ...
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ClassicThesis: override options of a previously loaded classicthesis package

I have recently upgraded from Ubuntu 11.04 to Ubuntu 11.10. I also installed "vanilla" TexLive 2011 (instead of the old TexLive 2009 from the repositories) and upgraded it with sudo tlmgr update ...
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Disabling the draft option in a package

Within a package I'm making, I want ignore the default draft behavior and write my own. I have tried: \DeclareOption{draft}{ MYCOMMANDS ... \OptionNotUsed } \ProcessOptions If draft is used, my ...
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Using amspset package [closed]

I use the amspset package. I understand there are options to use the cm font (Computer Modern) and also an option called "unboxed" to remove boxes from the questions. What is the correct command to ...
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Best practice for setting package options through class options?

I want to process my class options so as to create a (potentially long) options list for package(s) I'm loading, e.g. % set default package options here somehow \DeclareOption{myvariant}{ % set a ...
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Pass keyval string option to babel

How to pass a keyval string option given to my package to babel? I load my package with \usepackage[languages={ngerman,english}]{mylang} In package mylang I want to handle this optional languages ...
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Handle class options in the order they're given

How can I pass options of my package in a specific order to another loaded package? \ProvidesPackage{L10n} \DeclareOption{english}{\PassOptionsToPackage{\CurrentOption}{babel}} ...
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Detect value of option given to documentclass

I would like to be able to detect if the standalone package was used with [preview=false] or [preview=true]. Not too concerned if this setting was a default or user defined. Based on How can one ...
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Conflict between Options of Packages

I have these following packages defined in my preamble and once the file is ran, it creates an error of the following saying there is a clash within the package options. Packages are below: ...
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I cannot get a (properly) underlined hyperlink in blue

First I just ignored the hyperref package and just wanted something that 'looked' like a link: \underline{\color{Blue} http://soundcloud.com} but I end up getting an underline about 3mm below the ...
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Mutually exclusive options in packages

Is there a standard way to define mutually exclusive options in a package? Could someone provide a simple example? Currently I am mostly intrested in LaTeX2e but it would be nice to see a LaTeX3 ...
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The kerning option of microtype

I wonder what the kerning option of the microtype package does? In the manual it says that kerning=true will give additional kerning. But how? Is this something that has to be specified in addition to ...
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LaTeX3: how to access package options

In my package I intend to write in expl3 syntax, how can I get access to the list of options passed to it on the document level via \usepackage[<option list>]{my-l3-pkg}? I know more or less ...
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A package template using xkeyval?

I would like to write a package offering a number of commands. The package should accept options, and some of these options should be available as command options. Usage should be as follows: ... ...
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What does the hyperref option hypertexnames do?

The Manual of hyperref states that hypertexnames: use guessable names for links. What does this mean? What are the consequences of using this option?
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How to use commands or multiline values for package options/parameters?

I would like to know if there's a way to use a command (including custom commands created with \newcommand) as parameter/option values). I would like to do something like this ...