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When BibTeX is run, there are two warnings Warning--you've exceeded 250, the entry-string-size, for entry 2014A&A...568A..22B while executing--line 1183 of file mn2e.bst *Please notify the bibstyle designer* Warning--you've exceeded 250, the entry-string-size, for entry 2014A&A...568A..22B while executing--line 1222 of file mn2e.bst *Please notify ...


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You can tweak the class choices: \documentclass[letterpaper,10pt]{IEEEconf} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \author{A. Uthor} \title{Title} \twocolumn[ \maketitle \tableofcontents \bigskip\bigskip ] \section{First} \subsection{Hello} \lipsum[1-2] \section{Second} \subsection{Hello} \lipsum[3-4] \section{Third} \subsection{Hello} ...


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In TeXstudio I commented out the typein and typeout commands and the code worked for me. The PDF was generated.


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The problem in your example is caused by the class option balancelastpage. This option causes the columns on the last page to be balanced, i.e. have the same height. If you go to Document --> Settings --> Document class, and change balancelastpage to nobalancelastpage, you'll get a different result.


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As mentioned by @clemens some editors might run makeindex filename.idx instead of makeindex filename.nlo -s nomencl.ist -o filename.nls which is required for creating the nomenclature. So if you have the same problem run the following from the terminal/command line of your system (you also have to navigate to the master file from the command line first): ...


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I probably arrived late to the party, but I'm surprised because Overleaf has not been mentioned. In its gallery you can browse all the available templates and, moreover, edit them using Overleaf (free online service): https://www.overleaf.com/gallery The thing I prefer about the service is the partial compilation of files, giving the possibility to see ...


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Please check the file thesis.tex, the main file for the thesis, supported by the class PhDThesisPSnPDF. There you will find: \include{Dedication/dedication} \include{Declaration/declaration} \include{Acknowledgement/acknowledgement} \include{Abstract/abstract} With a little bit searching inside the code you can find a definition for environment ...


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I had the same problem, and i couldn't find a good template for my needs, so i made my own template from scratch. It supports duplex (double-side) printing, you can choose different languages for each side, and I tried to make it simple and clean, so that other people could easily extend it. Maybe you find it useful. ...


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From your question is not very clear (to me), how your document (article?) should look: as one column article: in this case you should declare \documentclass[letterpaper, 10 pt, conference, onecolumn]{ieeeconf} % other used packages and title definition \begin{document} %title, abstract etc \tableofcontents % rest of article \end{document} as ...


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Here's another solution with similar result but with mostly other methods. Hopefully, both solutions are useful for anyone constructing a new theme. Also, I used \begin{frame}[plain]\titlepage\end{frame} to get rid of the headline from the title page. The result: %beamerthemetexsx.sty \mode<presentation> % Requirement \RequirePackage{tikz} ...


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For the current version, available on github: \makeatletter \renewcommand{\cvsection}[1]{% \vspace{\acvSectionTopSkip} \hbox{}% \color{gray}\vhrulefill{0.9pt} \sectionstyle{#1} \phantomsection \color{gray}\vhrulefill{0.9pt} } \renewcommand*{\sectionstyle}[1]{{\fontsize{16pt}{1em}\strut\bodyfont\bfseries\color{text}\scshape\@sectioncolor #1}} ...


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\vhrulefill creates a horizontal rule/line. Just make a line before the name entry. i.e \sectionstyle{#1} below. \cvsection defination: % Define a section for CV % Usage: \cvsection{<section-title>} \newcommand{\cvsection}[1]{ %\par\addvspace{1.5ex} %\phantomsection{} \centering \sectionstyle{#1} \color{gray}\vhrulefill{0.9pt} ...


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The following example should in principal display everything you mentioned. I redefined some of your elements, but now the positioning is very flexible. So if you want the frametitle a little bit further up, just play around with its coordinates. [caution notice: all the coordinates are just to roughly fit our design, you might want to finetune them] ...


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Here are a couple of examples from different recipe books. Perhaps this will give you some ideas. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[paperwidth=5.5in,paperheight=8.5in,left=.6in,right=.6in, top=.75in,bottom=.75in]{geometry} \usepackage[svgnames]{xcolor} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{everypage} \usepackage{environ} \usepackage{multicol} \pagestyle{empty} ...


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Do you need this format of the author list? Alternatively, you could create an author block, where all names appear in one (or more) lines and the affiliations below. \author{ \IEEEauthorblockN{First Name\textsuperscript{1}, Second Name\textsuperscript{2}, Third Name\textsuperscript{1}} \IEEEauthorblockA{\textsuperscript{1} First Institution} ...



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