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comment using geometry package
The only warning from the above is LaTeX Warning: Unused global option(s): [6pt]. from the spurious [6pt] option which you could remove. What problem do you think there is? (you should complete the example with \begin{document}...\end{document} to show the problem if there is one.
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revised using geometry package
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answered Too many unprocessed floats
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revised Using a lot of marginpars
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revised Why do I get a warning about computer modern even though I'm using lmodern?
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comment Why do I get a warning about computer modern even though I'm using lmodern?
@shark.dp latex certainly sets OT1 encoding and cmr family as defaults, I don't know the details of koma internals, but I added a warning free version that might work....
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answered Why do I get a warning about computer modern even though I'm using lmodern?
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comment White space between two figures
every question should have a small complete example that demonstrates the problem.... (replace \includegraphics[width=\linewidth]{4.png} by \rule{2cm}{1cm} or whatever size demonstrates the effect. Then we can run it locally and debug.
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comment Treating the contents of a TeX-style group ({\blah …}) as macro arguments
This ought to be the accepted answer:-)
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comment Treating the contents of a TeX-style group ({\blah …}) as macro arguments
@Werner words added
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revised Treating the contents of a TeX-style group ({\blah …}) as macro arguments
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comment White space between two figures
hard to say (there should just be \floatsep space between them), but I note that the last doesn't use [t]
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comment How to remove `.tex.bak` and `.bib.bak` files to the subfolder automatically?
Like any insurance a backup is only useless until something goes wrong and you need it.
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comment Treating the contents of a TeX-style group ({\blah …}) as macro arguments
@A.Ellett The iffalse trick is needed at the start but at the end it just takes 4 more tokens and is slower, even if more symmetric
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answered Treating the contents of a TeX-style group ({\blah …}) as macro arguments
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comment Choose page for figure
a full page figure with [p] should come at the next page break unless you already have pending figures to be placed on a text page (which need to be output first)
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comment Getting back a previous encoding of a file
In general no, you need to restore from backup.