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The preflight tool of PDFBox validates against the PDF/A-1b standard, more than just PDF. The first errors regarding PDF/A-1b should be resolved by a recent pdfTeX, I do not get these errors with pdfTeX 1.40.16 (TeX Live). The last error 7.1 about MetaData comes from the requirement of PDF/A-1b to also embed the meta data in XMP format, see package ...


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The author of the sty didn't wrote the code so that the font scales. You can adapt it: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontawesome} \DeclareFontFamily{U}{fontawesomeOne}{} \DeclareFontShape{U}{fontawesomeOne}{m}{n} {<-> FontAwesome--fontawesomeone}{} \DeclareRobustCommand\FAone{\fontencoding{U}\fontfamily{fontawesomeOne}\selectfont} ...


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The fontawesome.sty file does a very wrong thing. At its end you find %------------------------------------------------------------------------------- % pdflatex implementation %------------------------------------------------------------------------------- \else % definition of \FA... as a shortcut to load the Font Awesome font ...


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As Ulrike Fischer said, the package does not set the fonts up correctly for pdfLaTeX. As a result, they cannot be scaled using the ordinary font sizing commands. This is specific to the use of pdfLaTeX and does not affect XeLaTeX/LuaLaTeX. Ulrike Fischer posted her answer while I was writing mine. Since mine includes a more complete configuration, I hope ...


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The document environment should only be declared once in your document. As such, main.tex should have the format \documentclass[..]{...} % <preamble> \begin{document} % <body> \end{document} and never have a \begin{document} % <body> \end{document} inside other .tex files you \input or \include. Your error is replicated in the ...


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I'm sure I've seen something very similar to this answer somewhere else, but I can't find it. But anyway, here is an image coordinate system which provides a way to refer to coordinates in the image (actually the node containing the image which should have zero innersep and outersep) using both relative coordinates (from 0 to 1) and exact coordinates (i.e., ...



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