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This is how the class defines the fonts for the various parts of the document: \newfont{\secfnt}{ptmb8t at 12pt} \newfont{\secit}{ptmbi8t at 12pt} %13 Jan 00 gkmt \newfont{\subsecfnt}{ptmri8t at 11pt} \newfont{\subsecit}{ptmbi8t at 11pt} % \newfont{\ttlfnt}{phvb8t at 18pt} \newfont{\ttlit}{phvbo8t at 18pt} % GM 2/4/2000 \newfont{\subttlfnt}{phvr8t ...

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Note that the source of the problem is that there was an update to sig-alternate in May 2015. Before May 2015, the copyright text had to be inserted manually into the document. With the recent update, new commands like \setcopyright allow to conveniently choose between the texts for copyright-transfer, publishing-license, or open-access. In the last step of ...

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Ok, it seems I cannot comment the answer from LaRiFaRi so here I write ... The answer from LaRiFaRi is not working as is. I don't know why but I only managed to make it work by adding the hyperref package. Here is the code: \documentclass[prodmode,acmtecs]{acmsmall} \let\subcaption\relax \usepackage{caption} \usepackage{subcaption} \usepackage{graphicx} ...

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The class acmsmall is defining a command \subcaption which results in the captions shown in Karl's answer. If you are not strictly bound to that template and want to use normal labelling as from the package subcaption, you will have to undefine that very command. The reason for doing so could be that you would like to reference to some subfigure ...

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