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The widetext environment changes the formatting from two-column to one-column to better accommodate very long equations that are more easily read when typeset to the full width of the page: \documentclass[twocolumn]{revtex4-1} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \lipsum[1] \begin{widetext} \[ a + b + c + d + e + f + g + h + i + j + k + l + m + n + o + p ...

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To suppress the leading dots from the LoF and LoT, you can redefine \@dotsep: \documentclass[aps,amsmath,amssymb,11pt,nofootinbib]{revtex4-1} \usepackage{tikz,graphicx,slashed,stmaryrd,bbold,eepic,pst-all,pstricks-add,multirow,listings} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \makeatletter \renewcommand\@dotsep{10000} \makeatother \listoffigures ...

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In order to remove the sidebar, use the hyperref setting: pdfpagemode=UseNone In order to restore the regular "Fit page width" zoom view at startup, use: pdfstartview=FitH Combining these gives you \usepackage{hyperref}% http://ctan.org/pkg/hyperref \hypersetup{pdfstartview=FitH,pdfpagemode=UseNone} If you're interested in a 150% start view, you can ...

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Since biblatex "reimplements the bibliographic facilities of LaTeX from the ground up, [it] naturally conflicts with all packages modifying the same facilities" (manual, section 1.5.4). Specifically, biblatex is incompatible with natbib. biblatex' natbib option only provides aliases for natbib's citation commands. From a look into the manual of RevTeX 4.1, ...

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It looks if the revtex bst's are highly customized for for the class file. I have found that the following gives more or less the same output with a standard class \usepackage[sort&compress,numbers]{natbib} \bibliographystyle{apsrev4-1} \usepackage{doi}%<---------- \usepackage{hyperref} It also needs an additional bibtex file with a custom setup ...

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Working with the assumption here that we are simply trying to ignore natbib entirely, all that needs to happen is that the various name clashes need to be dealt with. Setting up a demo where natbib is deliberately loaded before biblatex, it seems that the macros \bibhang, \citename, \bibfont and \Citeauthor need to be undefined. At the same time, it's ...

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I have never used revtex but the author's guide explicitly states: Please note the spelling of “acknowledgments.” This is also the full error message LaTeX produces: Class revtex4-1 Warning: Environment acknowledgements is obsolete; Use acknowledgments instead. So replacing acknowledgements by acknowledgments removes the message.

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The revtex4-1 class uses simple numbers in the headers, relying on the format for distinguishing among the section level: roman number and all caps bold face for sections, letter and boldface for subsections, arabic number and italics for subsubsections. Thus it sets things up so that in references the missing bits are automatically supplied, via the ...

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Yes, revtex4 plays some tricks on hyperref. That is, revtex4 redefines the sectional macros that hyperref is tapping into, leading to the "lost \nameref". To fix this, you need the xpatch package and patch the correct sectional macros: \@ssect@ltx and \@sect@ltx, each of which are called depending on whether you use the starred variant (or not) of the ...

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\documentclass[twocolumn,twoside]{revtex4} \usepackage{lipsum} \makeatletter \newcommand*{\balancecolsandclearpage}{% \close@column@grid \clearpage \twocolumngrid } \makeatother \begin{document} \maketitle \section*{Main Text} \lipsum[1-7] \balancecolsandclearpage \section*{Additional Material} \lipsum[8-10] \end{document}

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The documentclass revtex4 doesn't provide the using of \include. You can open the aux-file of x_appendix and you will find the command \@setckpt which is defined as \def\@setckpt#1#2{}. You should change the document class.

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revtex4 has an option nofootinbib (presumably this will change all footnotes): \documentclass[nofootinbib]{revtex4} \textheight=2in %just for this example \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @book{book, author = "Arnold Author", title = "Book title", year = "2012" } \end{filecontents} \begin{document} Some text\footnote{With ...

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\documentclass{article} \def\thesection{\Roman{section}} \def\thesubsection{\Roman{section}.\Roman{subsection}} \def\thesubsubsection{\Roman{section}.\Roman{subsection}.\Roman{subsubsection}} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \section{aaa} \subsection{bbb} \subsubsection{ccc} \end{document}

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It's not entirely clear what's going on since your description of the problem doesn't state whether the word in question is an argument of an explicit \footnote command or of something else, such as \footcite. At any rate, the problem seems to arise in connection with a citation, however generated. The simplest solution, I think, is to write Schr{\"o}inger. ...

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As noted in comments your input is mixing old style font and encoding handling with xetex. In particular xltxtra loads fontspec (the usual way to specify fonts with xetex) and that appears to be incompatible with revtex. Your example as posted can not be used but this cut down example generates the same error. \documentclass[aps,pra,12pt]{revtex4-1} ...

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This is a clear bug in revtex4-1 or, at least, in its documentation. It should always be possible to type \"{o} or \"o in order to get ö in text, but the problem is that footnotes are translated (wrongly) into BibTeX input for being typeset in the bibliography (the reason why this is done is, to me, very obscure). Remedies: either use the BibTeX ...

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The \include instruction is made for big chunks of text so as to allow compilation without really inputting the files; it's mostly useful during preparation of large documents. In order to work properly, it must issue a \clearpage command. So it's not really useful for your problem. \documentclass[aps, prl, twocolumn]{revtex4-1} \begin{document} ...

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Often helps, and here as well: If something surprisingly doesn't work, put it into a box :-) \footnote{footnote with math \mbox{$\langle X \rangle$}} (Version: if line breaks don't work, use \parbox) If something with BibTeX doesn't work, try putting it into braces: \footnote{footnote with math {$\langle X \rangle$}} Both ways work here. Simple ...

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This happens only when the footnotes are inserted in the reference section. The problem is that \langle becomes written as \delimiter "426830A (and similarly for \rangle. Those double quotes confuse the BibTeX parser. There are a few strategies available: Safest. Enclose the math into \unexpanded: \footnote{footnote with math \unexpanded{\$ \langle X ...

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If you look a little further through the log, you'll find it reads Class revtex4 Warning: No Society specified, using generic APS style. ... LaTeX Warning: Unused global option(s): [apl,aps4]. Notice that neither apl nor aps4 are recognised. Changing the input to \documentclass[apl, aps, twocolumn, superscriptaddress]{revtex4} removes the 'No ...

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Indeed it's just a warning and you are expected to ignore it. You could make it go away by arranging for SimpleTexNotes.bib to contain control lines: @CONTROL{REVTEX41Control} @CONTROL{apsrev41Control,author="48",editor="1",pages="0",title="",year="1"} instead of the author="8" line that was there previously. This explicitly activates jnrlst rather than ...

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Issue a \phantomsection just before marking the \label. \phantomsection sets a PDF mark for subsequent \labels that the accompanying \ref will jump to (forward or backward). See section 4 Additional user macros of the hyperref documentation. Here is your minimal example showing the location: \documentclass[onecolumn,twoside]{revtex4} \usepackage{xpatch}% ...

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IF you have your articles as PDFs, you could use the pdfpages package \documentclass{scrbook} \usepackage{pdfpages} \begin{document} Some text before \dots \includepdf[pages={1-4,6}]{pdffilename} Some more text. \end{document} The inclusion works independently form the pdf it just puts the pages in. One can even specify a header (e.g. pagemark) for ...

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You could load the subfig package with the option caption=false:, e.g.: \usepackage[caption=false]{subfig} This prevents loading of the caption package. (caption3.sty will still be loaded, but this does not make harm since this file only provides some macros needed by the subfig package, especially it does not alter any captions.) See subfig package ...

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It's an unexpected result. However, you can get the proper result by using a \noaffiliation command between the \author and its \affiliation: \documentclass[aip,jmp,preprint]{revtex4-1} \begin{document} \title{The Title} \author{C. A. Brannen} \email{xxx.yyy@wsu.edu} \noaffiliation \affiliation{Department of Physics, Washington State University,\\ ...

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Problem The problem is that there is generic code for all toc-generating commands which expands to something like (see the definition of \@starttoc in ltxutil.dtx): \toc@pre % Loads previously saved \tocmax@section etc. and sets % \tocdim@section etc. to a fixes small value (5pt) ... \@input{\jobname.#1} % Formats the toc, lof etc. but ...

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Works for me. I am using Document Class: revtex4-1 2010/07/25/20:33:00 4.1r which fixes a number of bugs in the affiliation code. Testcase: \documentclass[superscriptaddress]{revtex4-1} \begin{document} \author{J. T. Ripper} \affiliation{Bethlem Royal Psychiatric Hospital} \author{Bugs Bunny} \affiliation{Looney Tunes} \author{Daffy Duck} ...

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You have to run bibtex in order for the footnotes to appear, so in particular, you can't use \begin{thebibliography}{99}...\end{thebibliography} but rather \bibliography{mybib}, which RevTeX4.1 will rewrite as though it says \bibliography{mybib,mypaperNotes} and create a file mypaperNotes.bib with the endnotes in it.

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You can compile it if you load fixltx2e before the class. In that case you need \RequirePackage since \usepackage cannot be used before \documentclass. \RequirePackage{fixltx2e} \documentclass[preprint,floatfix]{revtex4-1}

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