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It is not a minus symbol but – that is taken as \textendash. Use - to get correct math minus. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[ansinew]{inputenc} \begin{document} $-A + B$ \end{document}

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I, too, wanted an easy way to find bad boxes. It is often necessary to correct them for publications. The existing LaTeXTools package simply ignores the overfull/underfull warnings. You can see this in the source file: parseTeXlog.py: 392--415 392 # catch over/underfull 393 # skip everything for now 394 # Over/underfull messages end with [] so ...

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The lines of the first cell of the second line doesn't fill the hbox-es (3 bad boxes). Same at the third cell for one line (1 bad box). Using \raggedright can make these bad boxes go away without the real change of output. This is because the box is small but the words are long: you can't really use justification when you have 1 word per line. (If you have a ...

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The alphadin.bst file is present in TeX Live /usr/local/texlive/2013/texmf-dist/bibtex/bst/din1505/alphadin.bst and it uses slightly different rules for the fields. The classification of fields into mandatory and optional for a particular entry type depends on the bibliography style. It happens that alphadin.bst requires those fields for those entry ...

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I had the same problem when using graphs exported from OriginLab 9.0 and compiling with PDFTeXify (WinEdt 8.1 + MiKTeX). However, changing export options under PDF/Image Settings/PDF Options/Fonts/OutLine Mode into Adobe Type 3 I do not receive any more warnings. So, thanks guys for clarifying this issue

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Note: I use Miktex 2.9 and I proceeded as follows: The file dvipdfmx.cfg shouldn't be edited directly (due to Miktex updating, file will be repaired), but use windows command line (cmd): initexmf --edit-config-file dvipdfmx in the opened file type this: %%f kanjix.map

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TeX displays such warnings when the badness is above a threshold contained in the parameters \hbadness and \vbadness. You're interested in the first one: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \newsavebox{\mybox} \begin{document} \sbox{\mybox}{\hbadness=10000 \parbox{2cm}{\lipsum[1]}} \end{document} Since the badness can never be above 10000, ...

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I would just reformulate the sentence; \documentclass[11pt]{muthesis} \usepackage[hidelinks]{hyperref} \begin{document} \noindent Proposal~P293 (where the documents for the full analysis reports of the experiments can be found at \url{http://www.foodstandards.govt.nz/code/proposals/documents/Reanalysis%20of%20Nutriti.pdf} and ...

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Use the hyperref package to improve the behavior of the \url command. Use it with hidelinks option to view black links. If you don't use \% (using the url or hyperrefpackages) all that happens is that WinEdt means a comment but nothing wrong happens to the output document. Add the \sloppy command to solve the problem with overfull boxes. ...

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The parts of the heading are internally paragraphs and so you need to reset \parfillskip to allow them to reach the right hand edge. \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[explicit]{titlesec} \titleformat{name=\section}[block]{\parfillskip0pt\normalfont\Large}{}{0pt}{{#1 \hfill \thesection}}[\vspace{1ex}\titlerule] ...

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