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Please check whether the following code suits your requirement: \documentclass[11pt,a4paper,sans]{moderncv} \moderncvstyle{classic} \usepackage[scale=0.75]{geometry} %% Personal data \firstname{Firstname} \familyname{Familyname} \title{Curriculum Vitae} \def\Grey#1{\textcolor{black!50}{#1}} \begin{document} %\makecvtitle \section{Relevant Skills \...


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Well, starting with the current version of moderncv you can have a look into the log file after compiling. There you can find, that style banking uses ...headiii to create the head for this style. Style classic or casual simply use another file ...head?. That is the reason that your first used command is not recognized, because it is simply not used in head ...


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In an earlier version used variable \makecvtitlenamewidth has been renamed to \makecvheadnamewidth in the current version of moderncv, version 2.0.0. So you have to change the variable name in your code. See the following MWE (changes marked with <==============): \documentclass[11pt,a4paper,sans]{moderncv} \moderncvstyle{classic} \moderncvcolor{blue} ...


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The only thing you missed in your code for the second and the following pages is to define the length of your used header like: \setlength{\headheight}{70pt} With this command the header gets 70 pt height (change it to what you need) for your personal informations, and this works with your bib file too. You gave no bibliography so please try it with ...


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I don't know why you redefined the whole command since you are able to make the header before every page using the command \makecvhead, I only undefined the \photo command after the first header. \documentclass[a4paper, 11pt, sans, details]{moderncv} \moderncvtheme{classic} % \title{Dr. of blub} \firstname{John} \familyname{Doe} \address{Awesome street 00}{...


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Without going as far as redefining \cvitemwithcomment, you can capture the : and remove it: \documentclass{moderncv} \moderncvstyle{banking} \firstname{First} \lastname{Lastname} \let\oldcvitemwithcomment\cvitemwithcomment \let\oldhintstyle\hintstyle \renewcommand{\cvitemwithcomment}[4]{{% \renewcommand*{\hintstyle}[2]{\oldhintstyle{##1}}% \...


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I looked into the code, in fact banking style uses moderncvheadiii.sty for that it loads the specific header definitions (moderncvheadiii.sty) using \moderncvhead{3} thus one can use banking style for the header and classic style for the rest by adding that command after loading the classic style, that would overwrite the classic style loaded defintions of ...



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