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I have found the same problem but none of the above answers solved it. In the end, I found the code \'{\i} in my .bib file. This was supposed to yield í but was producing a crazy unicode char that broke compilation. This .bib file was exported from CiteULike based on a reference that I entered mannually or copy-&-pasted from somewhere else. I suppose ...


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The options greekfont and defaultgreek are for pdflatex, whereas you're apparently using XeLaTeX. You have to use a font supporting Greek, for instance EBGaramond, as the default font Latin Modern doesn't fully support the Greek alphabet. \documentclass[ documentstructure=article, tocstyle=dotted, ]{suftesi} \usepackage[suftesi]{frontespizio} ...


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You are probably misunderstanding how the devanagari package works. I saved your example in a file gyalten.tex and typeset it with pdflatex (but removed \input dnmacs, which is foreign to LaTeX) and got which is possibly what you mean by daeva a a na a a m parai. If I change the name of the file to gyalten.dn as \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{report} ...


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The algorithms bundle provides the user with the flexibility to change things to suit their needs, albeit somewhat manually. To that end, I suggest creating a language-specific environment to manage the languages you're using, say frenchalgorithm and englishalgorithm: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{algorithm,algorithmic,lipsum} ...


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This is a simple solution: \usepackage[tablename=Cuadro]{caption} Works with and without babel. Use figurename for tables.



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