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(By the way, if LaTeX knows that labels may have changed, why can't it tell me which labels?) The following document will give the re-run error message each time. \documentclass{article} \makeatletter % \def\@testdef #1#2#3{% % \def\reserved@a{#3}\expandafter \ifx \csname #1@#2\endcsname % \reserved@a \else % \typeout{^^Jlabel #2 changed:^^J% % ...


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Add the following to your preamble: \emergencystretch=1em This allows for an additional line-breaking pass with the amount of "tolerable" white space per line increased by 1em. Alternatively, and as suggested by Ulrike Fischer, load the microtype package with the final package option to ensure that the microtypographic features are activated even when ...


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The warning message Italian not defined, using English instead is issued by blindtext, so you can safely ignore it (and it won't appear in a real document). For the annoying messages issued by minitoc, you can use the silence package: \usepackage{silence} \WarningFilter{minitoc(hints)}{W0023} \WarningFilter{minitoc(hints)}{W0028} ...


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You have a fixed width column with very little flexibility for the line breaking and are trying to set justified text. The easiest way out is to make the text ragged right: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{table} \centering \caption{Test table} \begin{tabular}{|p{3cm}|} \hline \raggedright $C_{X_u}$, $C_{Z_u}$, $C_{m_u}$, $C_{X_\alpha}$, ...


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With option unicode/pdfencoding=auto and psdextra, many math operators including \ast are available in bookmarks. (Option unicode is not related to the input encoding, but to the encoding of the bookmarks. Option pdfencoding=auto uses Unicode if needed, otherwise the 8-bit PdfDocEncoding is used.) \documentclass{article} ...


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The text in the bookmarks is not typeset: font changes are not possible and math formatting is impossible. So the best you can get is an approximate representation of the title. In this case I suggest \section{\texorpdfstring{$V^{\ast}$}{V*}} Minimal example with picture: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} ...


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I believe this is a problem due to TeXlipse trying to be smart, but it doesn't distinguishing when \section is used in a macro definition in the preamble or in the document environment. You might be able to trick TeXlipse into not “seeing” the \section command by saying \usepackage{titlesec} \expandafter\titleformat\expandafter{\csname ...


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In the minitoc documentation, part I “User’s Manual”, a chapter “Messages” exists (chapter 5 at time of writing), where you can read more information about these warnings. (Alas, this documentation is missing in MiKTeX, read online on TeXdoc.net: minitoc.) Warning W0030: Some packages alter the sectionning commands, like \part. Most of them should be ...


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Example works just fine after I do this substitution \bibliography{Thesis.bib} -> \bibliography{Thesis} and use pdflatex, bibtex, pdflatex, pdflatex BTW: a much simpler MWE: \begin{filecontents*}{Thesis.bib} @article{Bakshi2003, author = {Bakshi, G.}, doi = {10.1093/rfs/hhg002}, file = ...



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