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accepted MiKTeX 2.9, latest package update broke biblatex bibliography
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comment MiKTeX 2.9, latest package update broke biblatex bibliography
@UlrikeFischer, yes, that works! If you post it as answer I'll accept it.
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revised MiKTeX 2.9, latest package update broke biblatex bibliography
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comment MiKTeX 2.9, latest package update broke biblatex bibliography
I provided MWE. As you can see, no other package is used. It is MikTeX base packages problem, I think.
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accepted makeidx and pdfcomment packages are not working together
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comment makeidx and pdfcomment packages are not working together
I updated my question with illustration of the output for me, so you can see what I'm talking about.
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comment makeidx and pdfcomment packages are not working together
well, sometimes things just go out of the control.
Feb
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comment makeidx and pdfcomment packages are not working together
i tried, and it produces some strange output. with makeidx subentry is placed as it should - under main entry with indentation. with imakeidx it is placed on the same line with main entry. just put \index{formula!test} to your code and typeset it, and you will see.