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I think you need www. before google.com. The following example caused the same problem in Adobe Reader 9 (linux), though it worked ok for some other viewers. After inserting www. it worked for all the viewers I tried. \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \href{http://google.com}{Google} % Insert www. before google! ...

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I would follow the procedure listed in Adding a signature on an online job application to obtain an electronic (vectorized) version of a signature. Assume the signature is called signature.pdf. Then you would add the following code to your document preamble: \makeatletter \renewcommand*{\makeletterclosing}{ \@closing\\[3em]% ...

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Simple way is to take the definitions from moderncvstyleclassic.sty and modify, and then put it inside makeatletter and \makeatother in your main file itself. (I don't advice modifying moderncvstyleclassic.sty) Here is the modified content: \makeatletter %------------------------------------------------------------------------------- % ...

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I see two problems you're trying to deal with: How to add a line break in the "city" field? How to (vertically) mid-align institution name and the logo & city name? The definition of the \cventry command involves a tabular* environment, and so it's not very friendly to the use of line breaks. To work around this, one can put both the logo and the ...

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If I understand correctly, you want the footer only in the last page. This can be achieved in the following way: Put \pagestyle{empty} just after \makecvtitle to remove the footer from all pages. Put \thispagestyle{plain} just before \end{document}. This ensures that the last page has the footer (note that moderncv redefines and uses the plain style). ...

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I would use (have used/do use) something like this at the top of the file: %% moderncvfrench.sty %% Additions and changes are copyright 2013 YOUR NAME %% Code from moderncvstyleclassic.sty copyright YYYY ORIGINAL AUTHOR'S NAME (see below) % % This work may be distributed and/or modified under the % conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either ...

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Fixed it. By mistake I have added function {article} two times.

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karlkoeller's answer solves the problem. Using the cvcolumns environment also works. However, I wanted to know why this error occurred. I dug into the code of the moderncv class and its various styles, and I think that the asymmetry that I experienced is due to an asymmetry in the definition of the \cvlistdoubleitem macro. Its definition (in the classic, ...

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You can fix it using \newline instead of \\. \documentclass{moderncv} \moderncvstyle{classic} \moderncvcolor{blue} \name{John}{Doe} \begin{document} \section{References} \cvlistdoubleitem{Prof. Charles Xavier}{Prof. John Frink \newline Trinity College, Cambridge} \end{document} Output:

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I'm not sure what it was exactly, but it had something to do with my MiKTeX installation. Uninstalling it and reinstalling the latest version seems to have done the trick.

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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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The coloring of the \subsection is defined in the respective moderncvstyle*.sty files. Use e.g. \renewcommand*{\subsectionstyle}[1]{{\subsectionfont\textcolor{color3}{#1}}} to change the subsection color to color3.

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You can add two lines to your preamble to patch the \makecvtitle command. \usepackage{xpatch} \xpatchcmd{\makecvtitle}{\usebox{\makecvtitlepicturebox}\\[2.5em]}{\usebox{\makecvtitlepicturebox}\\[0.5em]}{}{} (This is also possible using the etoolbox package but I prefer xpatch.) You can use the last two parameters to set code snippets for Success and ...

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Instead of patching \makelettertitle, you can just set the "additional information" macro (\@extrainfo) to \relax: \makeatletter \let\@extrainfo\relax% Remove \@extrainfo \makeatother \makelettertitle

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add \patchcmd\makelettertitle{\makenewline\@extrainfo}{}{}{} after \moderncvstyle{classic} In more details, what this does is to edit \makelettertitle from moderncvstyleclassic.sty removing the call to \@extrainfo: \renewcommand*{\makelettertitle}{% [...] \ifthenelse{\isundefined{\@extrainfo}}{}{\makenewline\@extrainfo}} %% patchcmd edits this ...

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