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I get the error message: ! Undefined control sequence. \cftdotfill #1->\def \@tempa {#1}\def \@tempb {\cftnodots }\ifx \@tempa \@te... ... \cftdotfill is part of a table column specification in macro \ressubheading: \begin{tabular*}{6.5in}{l@{\cftdotfill{\cftsecdotsep}\extracolsep{\fill}}r} There it gets expanded via ...


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There are better ways to obtain fixed-width tabulars - the main problem with the current template. I've swapped out the use of tabular* with tabularx, provided by the tabularx package (and some array pizzaz): % (c) 2002 Matthew Boedicker <mboedick@mboedick.org> (original author) http://mboedick.org % (c) 2003-2007 David J. Grant ...


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I changed the errors to a minimally working example... \documentclass[]{letter} \begin{document} % If you want headings on subsequent pages, % remove the ``%'' on the next line: \pagestyle{headings} \begin{letter}{William Shakespeare} % Since good old William's 450th birthday in a few days ;-) \address{London} \opening{Dear William} \signature{Ben ...


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Just as a supplement to R. Schumacher's answer, it may be worth explaining the difference between a class/style file (.cls) and a template/document (.tex). Class files are like recipes which determine the overall formatting of documents and specify some reasonable defaults. As an author, you don't typically need to worry about what's in them. You just tell ...


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You need to download all of the files at this site http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates This is Option 2: LaTeX2e - Tighter Alternate style. And you need to put them all into the same folder. Now open the sig-alternate.tex file in TeXStudio. It should now compile correctly. Since this class and example template uses bibtex. You ...


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As Elena mentioned, we released the TikZposter class version 2. You find the class on CTAN. The sources with an issue tracker and a growing wiki is available on Bitbucket. Have fun creating posters and do not hesitate to give us feedback.


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You may need to adjust the numbers according to the geometry and margins you use for your template \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{geometry} \geometry{paperwidth=254mm,paperheight=190.5mm,left=0mm,right=0mm,top=0mm,bottom=0mm} \setbeamersize{text margin left=17.4mm,text margin right=10.6mm} \newcommand{\myendpage}[1]{ \begin{frame}[plain] ...


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I suppose somewhere in the unknown (for us) files there is something like \usepackage[colorlinks,linkcolor=red]{hyperref}. With the snippet provided, there are no definitions that makes your table of contents (I suppose you're referring to the table of contents and not index, though in italian they are "indice") red. Likely, you will find this definition in ...


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The Stationery folder in TeXShop is stored in ~/Library/TeXShop and its location can't be changed because TeXShop will automatically recreate it from a backup if it is moved or deleted. However, as long as the folder exists, TeXShop will be content. So it's perfectly possible to create the folder somewhere else (like your Dropbox folder) and then place a ...


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You could try it with the geometry-package. Then you can define your standard pages like: \geometry{a4paper, top=2cm, left=2cm, right=2cm, bottom=2cm} For your non-standard page (titlepage) you can use: \newgeometry{top=0cm, left=0cm, right=0cm, bottom=0cm} After that you can simply reset to default by: \restoregeometry


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This is an example document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{EB Garamond} \begin{document} foo \end{document} run it with xelatex and then show the logfile if it fails. With pdffonts testfile.pdf I get name type encoding emb sub uni object ID ---------------------------- ----------- ...



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