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If you are using dvipdfm you will have to add the suitable driver information to all packages as normally dvips is assumed. So try something like \PassOptionsToPackage{dvipdfmx}{graphicx} %or dvipdfm depending on the tex system \documentclass[review]{elsarticle} \usepackage[dvipdfm]{hyperref}

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You should enclose everything in a \parbox, not just the chapter title. By the way, you should not load both titletoc and tocloft. The -15pt bit should correspond to some parameter in titletoc, find out which one. Add also a better separation between titles in the TOC. I removed most of the unnecessary package for the example. Changing \contentsname into ...

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I was searching for a solution for some time so it's probably usefull for someone else. You have to do the following in the same order: In Visio: Go to options and open Customize Ribbon Add the developertools to the menu Go to the developer tab and open Show ShapeSheet -> Print Properties Edit PageLeftMargin, PageRightMargin, PageTopMargin and ...

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I've had the same cryptic problem twice before where new documents won't compile and TexMaker throws no errors and just loads the previous successfully compiled pdf. As the OP's answer suggests, this is an issue with TexMaker not having access to the proper latex packages. I had the same issue on windows, I resolved it by installing MikTeX which loaded all ...

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Following this answer, you should use the following command for the new (9.15+) ghostscript *nix gs -dNoOutputFonts -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -o vectorized_file.pdf file.pdf Win gswin32 -dNoOutputFonts -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -o vectorized_file.pdf file.pdf

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The tocdepth must be set again to 1, lately at the end of the document. This can be done either manually or in the \AtEndDocument hook. This must be written to the .toc. In addition the tocdepth counter must be set to 0 before using the various blabla sections. \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage[left=2cm,top=2cm,right=2cm,bottom=2cm]{geometry} \...

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The full error message you quote says that it is "bitmap or missing fonts", not just typ3 3 fonts that cause the warning. The only font not embedded in the list you show is helvetica, presumably that has come from some external image tool, try to get it to embed fonts.

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One does not need a listings-setup.tex in order for this to work. Just add this to your YAML-Header include: header-includes: - \lstset{breaklines=true} - \lstset{language=[Motorola68k]Assembler} - \lstset{basicstyle=\small\ttfamily} - \lstset{extendedchars=true} - \lstset{tabsize=2} - \lstset{columns=fixed} - \lstset{...

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Tnank ArTourter for suggestion about encoding. Replacing \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} with \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} in the above example produces desired outcome. I found this by chance. ArTourter also commented that inputenc and fontenc have completely different roles. However, if I just add \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} to the original code not taking out \...

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With the freshly released TeX Live 2016, there are a couple of options to achieve reproducible builds: For pdfTeX only (version ≥1.40.17), there are three new primitives: \pdfinfoomitdate, which removes the /CreationDate and /ModDate entries in the document info dictionary. By default, these entries would be set to the date when the document was compiled. ...

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I've ended up using a TikZ-based solution, as it seems that extensible symbols are just not going to give reliably good results. The following makes something quite close to xrightleftharpoons, with a slightly different format: \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{arrows.meta} \def\dar#1#2{% \setlength{\dimen9}{\maxof{\widthof{$\displaystyle #1$}}{\widthof{\$\...

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