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In order to summarize some comments above: \documentclass[12pt,draftcls,onecolumn,conference]{IEEEtran} will give what you expect. In general, you should not tweak around with the layout of some journal as you are just supposed to give the content, not the design. Some templates may be ugly, but the journal will stick to it and therefore change your ...


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If you look in the log file, every time TeX opens a file it prints a ( followed by the path to the file, and when it closes a file it prints a ) so by matching (or more likely getting your editor to match for you) () pairs you can work out the currently open file for any message in the log. The same is needed for error messages where the number is given as ...


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You have spurious spaces in your specification of the image. A newline is a space. Commenting the ends of the offending lines solves the problem. Off-topic: \sc is long deprecated and ought not be used. Use \scshape or \textsc{}. \documentclass[paperheight=36in,paperwidth=48in,fontscale=0.3]{baposter} ...


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I had the warning after executing Biber. WARN - BibTeX subsystem: warning: comma(s) at end of name (removing) My code was the following: @Book{jur2009, author = {Jurafsky, D, and Martin, J.}, year = 2009, title = {Speech and Language Processing: An Introduction to Natural Language Processing, Speech Recognition, and Computational ...


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The setting for \leftarea@width is off by one. Workaround: after the \documentclass line, add \makeatletter \setattribute{leftarea}{width}{123\p@} \makeatother A more general workaround that doesn't rely on knowing the value is \makeatletter \begingroup \def\get#1\p@{#1} \count@=\expandafter\get\leftarea@width \advance\count@\@ne ...


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Make the oversized box in a zero width box: \newcommand{\qq}{% \marginpar[% {\makebox[0pt][l]{\hspace*{\largeurtexte}\makebox[0pt][c]{$\oplus$}}}% ]{% \hspace*{-0.5\marginparsep}% \makebox[0pt][c]{$\oplus$}% }% } Here is a simpler version of the macros (I assume that \marginparsep is wider than the \oplus symbol). Less computations, as ...


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The format of TeX log entries defaults to a fixed 80 columns. In TeXShop there is a preference to allow you to arbitrarily change the width and height of the console (in the Console panel of the preferences). If you make the console wider than the default, you can use the full 80 columns, which will put most but not all output on single lines. You can ...


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Since you are using scrextend package, why not use scrartcl directly? With the KOMA-Script features, this is a one liner \addtokomafont{disposition}{\raggedright}. Here's a full example (I also removed the parskip package, since that's an option of the scr packages, too). Also note that the optional argument in \setmainfont is after the name of the font ...


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As Sean mentioned in comment, it would look much nicer if set flushed to the left (ragged right). Here are two examples. One with \raggedright and one with \RaggedRight from ragged2e The second one allows hyphenation. % arara: lualatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage[top=0.7in, bottom=1.2in, left=0.8in, right=0.8in]{geometry} ...


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A titlepage and its margins are a constant pain for LaTeX users. But a titlepage is somehow static, the only moment you really need to care is when submitting the actual document. Playing around with different margins in one document is possible, but somehow a pain and isn't really worth the trouble for a titlepage, though a titlepage is the first thing a ...



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