{xpatch} is for questions addressing issues related to the generalization of the macro {patching} commands.

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Appendices looking like section AND subsections in the bookmarks

I am writing a thesis and i would like the appendices, which are declared as \chapter to be grouped under one chapter "Appendices" in the bookmarks, and then each appendix to appear as a section. The ...
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Writing TeX file name at the top of the processed document for article class

Consider the following MWE. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{textpos} \newcommand{\insertname}{% \begin{textblock}{2}(5,-0.5) \bfseries{\jobname.tex} \end{textblock} } \begin{document} ...
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Please tutor the usage of patchcmd and xpatch

I understand that the patchcmd package provides a command \patchcommand that can be used to add material at the beginning and/or end of the replacement text of an existing macro. It works for macros ...
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Pretending a package has been loaded

I am trying to use imakeidx and the regexpatch package in the same class. Since imakeidx depends on the xpatch package and xpatch provides the same commands (same names, improved implementation) as ...
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Patch beamerouterthemedefault.sty to remove mini slide on Beamer notes pages

In a previous question, I pointed out that the mini slides (thumbnails) inserted into Beamer notes pages cause replication of labels and broken hyperref links as a result (see comment 2 under ...
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Apparent Instability in REVTeX4 After Adding xpatch Package

This is a follow-up question to How can Acrobat features be controlled from within LaTeX? It seems that xpatch package makes REVTeX unstable and even appears to turn off some of its features. Thus, ...
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How to install the xpatch package in MiKTeX?

This is a follow up question to \nameref only shows reference as a red rectangle, no name in it. In the answers to the question cited @Werner suggested to have the package xpatch installed so that ...