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The degree to which something is 'stable enough' will depend on your requirements. I'll answer by taking this situation in roughly the order of stability as I see it. If you want 'will never change again', then plain TeX is probably your best bet. Knuth does still fix bugs periodically, but most things are now likely to be regarded as 'features' rather than ...

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Is this a problem with the native \fax command, or a problem with \fax existing in both of the the two libraries? The solution below assumes the latter, but can be modified for the former. This pattern might help you: \usepackage{savesym} \usepackage{moderncv} \savesymbol{fax} \usepackage{marvosym} \restoresymbol{MARV}{fax} It should restore the regular ...

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This class already defines the theorem environment, but amsthm redefines some (but not all) of the internal commands used in that definition (notably \@thm). This completely messes things up. For this reason, amsthm cannot be loaded under siamltex.cls. Sometimes, loading the package before the document class works. This can be done with ...

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fancyhdr has nothing to do with the problem. Some package you load earlier already loads color without the usenames option. The error message shows \RequirePackage, because this command scans for a possible optional argument; the complete syntax is \RequirePackage[<options>]{<package>}[<YY>/<MM>/<DD>] So when processing your ...

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I'd say it depends on your client and what he/she intends to do with it. My experience has been that people are often not too happy to update/reconfigure their entire TeX distribution (or in some cases even operating system) only for some fancy package to work that's only needed for some elegant TeX-nerd trick. This becomes especially problematic if the TeX ...

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The error message clearly says what is wrong and what should be done to fix it. Try changing the \documentclass declaration to something similar to \documentclass[11pt,a4paper,usenames]{article} The exact declaration will vary but essentially adding the option usenames should fix the issue.

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