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\documentclass[a4paper, twoside]{memoir} % Packages \usepackage{layout} % Layout frames \usepackage{showframe} % Layout frames % Header \aliaspagestyle{chapter}{empty} % Defining general header \setlength{\headwidth}{\textwidth} \addtolength{\headwidth}{\marginparsep} \addtolength{\headwidth}{\marginparwidth} ...

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I've had a similar problem too, which appears to be related to Poeh's one. I referenced an environment without content \begin{env}[foo]\label{env:foo} \end{env} which produced the following error message pdfTeX warning (dest): name{env.#} has been referenced but does not exist, replaced by a fixed one (# denotes the reference number). Apparently, ...

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The command for the label with uppercase letter is not defined and that’s why the hyperref package is complaining. You have to define the command yourself: \newcommand*{\Appendixautorefname}{Appendix} Include this after loading the hyperref package and before beginning the actual document and it should work just fine.

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You can get a bit more information about the boxes by adding \showboxdepth100 \showboxbreadth100 to the top of the file, then look in the log. Note the lines are all reported at \begin{document} as this class incorporates the command usually known as \maketitle into the \begin{document} setup. The commands for author, address etc do not typeset anything ...

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Here is possibly another way for ignoring the warnings; those come from a \warn command in the .bbl file: \$ sed -n '/\\warn/p' my_new_article.bbl \warn{\item Overwriting field 'year' with year value from field 'date' for entry 'author2001paper'} \warn{\item Overwriting field 'month' with month value from field 'date' for entry ...

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If the overfullness is not actually a problem: it worked for me to add \vspace{-Xpt} before the \end{figure}. In my case the complaint was about an utterly inconsequential 0.04999pt and so I did not want to split the figure or do anything else to the input, just get the useless-in-this-case warning to go away.

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Silencing the warning is not the answer: the output is incorrect because a sans serif font is used instead of a sans serif one. The problem is that the Latin Modern Sans fonts don't have a small caps variant. Here's the output you get which clearly shows the wrong font. Redefine \mkbibacro, instead: \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{silence} ...

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This warning is issued during package loading as biblatex attempts to patch certain commands (using etoolbox). So, there's no way of avoiding this message directly without editing a .sty file (biblatex2.sty in this case) or using alternate means... like the silence package. \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{silence,lmodern} ...

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