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One solution is: \usepackage{mathptmx} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} I find out the fact that the text where the message showed uses Times New Roman bold font type, however, the obsolete package times doesn't have any bold font so I try to use mathptmx instead. It works for me. Another solution for this delete or comment the line ...


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Just for an answer so the question can be closed. When the format dictates YYYY-MM-DD, then it is required (packing with zeros if needed) that the year is four digits, and month and day are two digits. Thus 1998-6-15 is the wrong format as the month is single digit. One might argue that it is redundant information when we have the dashes. But it is a lot ...


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When using babel or polyglossia with biblatex, loading csquotes is recommended to ensure that quoted texts are typeset according to the rules of your main language. So add \usepackage{csquotes} to your document preamble.


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I haven't either been able to find a quick answer to this issue. The following command-line code does not silence the issue, however solve it. It should be straightforward to understand and is general: find . -name "*.pdf" -type f -exec sed -i '\/Group <</,+5d' {} \; What it does: It recursively searches the current folder for .pdf files. In these ...


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I had similar issue and here it was solved: I have a main tex file calling all other chapters including reference, and the tex file of each of these chapters are in a separate folder. If you ever used a template to produce a PhD thesis you know what I mean. In my reference folder however I have 2 files, one references.tex and another one references.bib ...


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It doesn't seem that there is a way to prevent the warning showing up directly. One work-around would be to use the silence package to filter out the warnings from the output. However, silence doesn't detect these warnings as they're generated using \@warning{File `#1' not found}%` (line 166 of graphics.sty) and silence only picks up warnings generated ...


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The answer is in the comments, but since nobody wrote an complete answer, I will. Bibtex requires ascii encoding. If your document is set to utf8 encoding, bibtex will assume the bib file also is utf8. Therefore, you have to be sure your bib file is ascii encoded, and you have to tell bibtex to consider it as ascii. In your case, biblatex package should be ...


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\circledast requires \usepackage{amssymb}. \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} $r^{\circ}_{xy}[m]= \lbrace x \circledast \overline{y}^{-} \rbrace$ \end{document}



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