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You could use a command called (say) \dotdash defined by \def\dotdash{\nobreak\hspace{0pt}.--}

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This is due to the (bad, IMHO) default configuration for quote and can be changed using: \setupdelimitedtext[quote][style=] The default is style=normal, which resets the font to upright; leaving out a style specification with style= inherits the current style.

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No matter whether you type .' or '., the following space will be an “end-of-sentence” space. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} Hello.' World Hello'. World `Hello'.\ World \end{document} You can clearly see the difference: the last line has control-space, which ignores end of sentence spacing. The first two lines have exactly the same ...

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The dash character in the line title = {{A Quantitative Survey of Local Adaptation and Fitness Trade‐Offs}}, is indeed not a "simple" dash (ASCII code 45), but a unicode-encoded character (code U+2010). Observe that this is a LaTeX issue, not a BibTeX issue. You can do several things. E.g., Do a global search of ‐ (U+2010) and replace all instances ...

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Your question lacks a minimal working example, so I'm going to make some assumptions. Since PGFplots use decimal point by default, and since you also explicitely use \usepackage[english]{babel} and \decimalpoint, my best guess is that somewhere in your code (or in other includes) you have this line present: \pgfplotsset{/pgf/number format/use comma} ...

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The \blockquote macro determines based on length whether or not the quotation should be a display quotation or an inline quotation. If the latter, then it will be enclosed in quotation marks (as is common for inline quotations). If you want to force all your quotations to be display quotations, it would be better to use one of the display quotation ...

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It seems to be a bug in the file polyglossia-frpt.lua; line 122 122 [byte('>')] = {left, thinspace}, should be 122 [byte('›')] = {left, thinspace}, (I left the line number for reference). If I make a copy of the distributed file in the working directory and do the change, I get the expected output.

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The problem is that inside a tikzpicture environment the character " is not a shorthand marker any more, but when this is absorbed in the solutions it still is. Workaround: \AtEndDocument{\clearpage\begin{center}\Large Solutions \end{center} \setcounter{pr}{0} \begin{multicols}{2} \scantokens\expandafter{\the\prsoltoks}% \end{multicols} This ...

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With an uptodate pgf/TikZ version (current on CTAN is 3.0.1a) it is now possible to use the new key /pgf/number format/read comma as period: Code: \documentclass[paper=a4,12pt,version=last,landscape]{scrartcl} \usepackage{pgfplots} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \begin{axis}[ width=0.9\textwidth, height=0.5\textheight, ...

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I can reproduce the faulty output if I have \usepackage[applemac]{inputenc} in my document. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{Hereford2009, author = {Hereford, Joe}, doi = {10.1086/597611}, file = {:Users/remi/Documents/Biologie/Literature/BackgroundSelection/597611.pdf:pdf}, issn = {0003-0147}, journal = {The American Naturalist}, keywords = ...

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The dot seems to be defined in the macro \@thm with the line \thm@headpunct{.}% add period after heading I use xpatch to change that. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsthm,xpatch} \makeatletter \xpatchcmd{\@thm}{.}{}{}{} \makeatother \begin{document} \makeatletter \newtheorem*{definition*}{Definition} \begin{definition*} ...

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