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For testing purposes, you can simply make a symbolic link to textbook_consts.tex just like you do for the class file. In the upper level you can keep as many versions of the class file and of the definition file, provided you have symbolic links pointing to the most recent version (or the one you want to test). So you could have ├── test │ ├── test.tex │ ...


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Late response, but I recently had this issue. I put each plot into a subfigure environment, put all of these subfigures into a minipage, and then gave the minipage as the argument to \FIGURE. If you are dealing with multiple subtables you can do the same thing with \TABLE.


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The class \ProvidesClass{mysuperclass} \LoadClass{article} \RequirePackage{xkeyval}% \def\docauthorname{A. U. Thor}% \def\docname{\jobname.tex}% \def\docdate{\today}% \define@key{mysuperclass.cls}{docdate}[\today]{% \def\docdate{#1}% } \define@key{mysuperclass.cls}{author}[A. U. Thor]{% \def\docauthorname{#1}% } ...


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Do you have to use this class file? It has really a lot of problems due to its age. The error you get is due to this line of redefinition of \year macro but there are many other problems \def\year#1{\gdef\@year{#1}}. What I would suggest is that take only the first part of this class file about the page sizes and the fonts but rewrite it with the updated ...


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A similar mistake might also be caused by something as simple as trying to build the wrong file(e.g. clicking a PDFLaTeX command while being in the "abstract" file, which is part of your document). You should be in your main file(where you call and "gather" all the "smaller" files) when you're building. I hope this saves some time for newbies like me, as ...



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