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It doesn't make much sense to use XeLaTeX without fontspec. In particular, you can see that the .bbl file contains \refsection{0} \sortlist[entry]{anyt/global/} \entry{luka}{article}{} \name{author}{1}{}{% {{hash=8778d2a5968de5f48517c0ace345d5a1}{% family={Modrić}, family_i={M\bibinitperiod}, given={Luka},...

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The problem is similar to the one in Is it possible to get the package listofsymbols to recognize the \cdots command?. The figcaps package uses \immediate\write and multibyte UTF-8 characters don't survive it. Also the solution is similar \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[english]{babel} \...

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Not sure if this breaks other things, but here, I redefine \dot to check if the argument is a lone A and skew the dot only if that is the case (the skew level can be adjusted, of course, for the particular font). \documentclass{article} \let\svdot\dot \def\dot#1{\dothelp#1\relax} \def\dothelp#1#2\relax{% \if\relax#2\relax% \ifx A#1\skew{6}\svdot#1\...

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Perhaps I am missing the boat here, but it seems to me like the desired output (that of sub and superscripts mashed leftward en masse) is particularly difficult to mentally digest, because associated things that I would expect to be vertically aligned are not. So I will take the liberty of suggesting a slightly different approach. My goal is that sub- and ...

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I'm not sure I fully understand your setup. To me, it looks like you're OK with the second expression, viz., $\ushort{\bm{\proj{\Omega}}}_{Ll\mathrm{h}1,\xi}^{\mathrm{K}k[b]2}$ except that it can't be used, as is, in "moving" arguments of instructions such as \section and \caption. To fix this situation, I suggest you (a) load the etoolbox package and (b)...

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Your preamble is quite a mess. It's difficult to understand what is the font you want to use. In any case, there are several packages you must not load. aeguill is obsolete and deprecated pgfkeys is loaded by tikz epsfig is deprecated lmodern is quite useless if you load helvet and set sans serif as default subfigure is obsolete and should not be loaded ...

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One of your packages changes definition of \hat. As a quick fix you can add \def\hat{\mathaccent "705E\relax} before your math, where this accent is used.

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Go out to the web and find a crown image that suits, such as http://images.clipartpanda.com/queen-crown-clipart-black-and-white-black-crown-clipart-nTE8GkyTA.gif. If it is not the proper format (this is a gif), use your graphics software (e.g., MSPaint) to save it as a jpeg. MATH MODE version Then, just patch its name into the \crownset macro definition ...

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A very primitive way, with \symking from skak package (symbolizing a 'crown') and \overset (Thanks to Ulrike Fischer following information: the fonts for \symking are provided by the chessfss package actually, which is loaded by skak) \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{skak} \usepackage{accents} \newcommand{\crown}[1]{\overset{\...

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Your file is using a standard encoding such as UTF-8 not the legacy ansinew encoding which was never really a standard encoding anyway (it was an approximation based on the encoding capabilities of y&ytex of the non standard microsoft western European codepage). Best solution would be to encode all files as UTF-8 and then use \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}...

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For what it's worth you could achieve this with: :imap 'o \'{o}

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You could just write ó and tell latex which encoding you are using, such as \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} you do not have to use the ascii markup for accents unless you want to.

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