3
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2answers
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How to put \ast in bookmark?

I need \section{\texorpdfstring{$V^\ast$}{V\textasciicircum\ast}} but \ast yields a warning.
5
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1answer
158 views

Mysterious overfull \hbox

I want each section title to be underlined, with the section number on the right. Furthermore I want to use parskip. This is what I did to get that: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} ...
5
votes
1answer
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Hyperref warning which doesn't affect the output of the PDF

I have encountered a hyperref warning but there are no visible negative consequences. Additionally, LaTeX complete without a complaint. I only found the warning by looking at the .log file. Package ...
8
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3answers
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Best approach to detect whether hierarchy of sectioning commands is respected?

Is there a package that checks whether each subsection lies in a parent section, each subsubsection lies in a parent subsection, etc. and issues a warning or error otherwise? Not to my knowledge, but ...
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2answers
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Avoid warnings in TeXlipse

I'm using TeXlipse, an Eclipse plugin, to create my TeX documents. To structure my files I use \input{filename}. Now the problem is, that every file is one section or subsection. TeXlipse shows me a ...
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1answer
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Mysterious empty page + subsequent “Overfull \vbox has occurred while \output is active” during a long string of sectioning commands

Document in question: http://pastebin.tlhiv.org/nJhaYvfN Page 3 is typeset as a blank page, while page 4 has the overfull (by almost 160pts!) \vbox during a long string of sectioning commands.
5
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1answer
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part with setcounter — destination with the same identifier

When using two parts in my document and resetting the counter for the second one, I get the following warning: destination with the same identifier (name{section.1}) has been already used, ...
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2answers
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How to put a line-break in section heading?

I have some section headings occupying two lines and I'm not satisfied with the way XeLaTeX breaks the heading. If I manually add \\ the output looks fine, but I get the following warning: [hyperref] ...