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In l3doc, the macro and variable environments takes an optional argument. This can be use to mark the code as aux Auxiliary and so not documented EXP Expandable TF Conditional with T, F and TF versions int Internal code which is documented but not for general use Thus you want \begin{variable}[aux]{<name(s)>}


Turns out that caption package version is not expecting \LTleft to be set to 0pt. setting \setlength\LTleft{0pt plus \textwidth} \setlength\LTright{0pt plus \textwidth} centres the caption without affecting the table (as the fill glue in extracolsep cancels out this finite stretch) You should also remove the center environment which does not affect the ...


Here is a solution with the makecell package, which incidentally already has \Xhline and Xcline commands for horizontal lines of variable width. \documentclass[spanish]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage{babel} \usepackage{booktabs} \usepackage{geometry} % customize page layout \usepackage{array} ...


You can not have blank lines in the multirow (you could hide paragraphs with \endgraf) and I think there was a mismatched bracket, but as there is no alignment between the columns the tabular markup is not really helping, just using minipage leads to much simpler markup. You may want to adjust fonts and spacing a bit, but this runs with no warnings. ...


I managed to filter the warnings, with either \usepackage{silence} \WarningFilter{latexfont}{Font shape} or, if silence package have to be loaded in safe mode: \usepackage[safe]{silence} \WarningFilter*{latexfont}{Font}


An automatic solution would be to set \emergencystretch to 2em-3em before the \printbibliography . Source: What is the meaning of \fussy, \sloppy, \emergencystretch, \tolerance, \hbadness? This setting is safe to use for the whole document too: Automatic fallback from \fussy to \sloppy

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