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Mar
19
comment why neither \bf nor \textbf works in this?
There's a reason why "minimal working example" has "minimal" in it. Which of the \bf and \textbf do you have a problem with?
Mar
17
comment Open Data from Pdf-File with default Application
Yes, take a look at the pdfpages package. It allows you to insert external PDFs into your LaTeX document.
Mar
17
comment natbib: citing edition (by others) of collected works of a single author
I don't understand the question. Given your compiled PDF above, how would you like it to be different?
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Mar
12
comment Avoiding pagebreak after newline in theorem
Well, I think the pictures in your 2nd update don't look too bad. I mean there has to be a break somewhere eventually.
Mar
12
comment How to get uniform spacing between paragraphs across several pages?
Ah, sorry, I thought you meant manually. I can't imagine how this should be accomplished even using multiple compilations. If you think about figure and table, these are put at more or less random positions in the document to get an (almost) flushed bottom. But if you want everything in place, I don't think you can do that without rearranging the boxes in the document flow. You could try to put the gray boxes in figure environments and use the float package with option H.
Mar
12
comment Avoiding pagebreak after newline in theorem
Ahm, well, I have to do a little guess work. You could also try to keep \nobreak in the headspec and add \widowpenalty=5000 and \clubpenalty=5000 to your document. If that doesn't work set these penalties to 10000.
Mar
12
comment How to get uniform spacing between paragraphs across several pages?
Well, there's no \flushbottom in your MWE. So, in that case it is impossible, as cfr pointed out in his comment above, because you cannot have large unbreakable boxes and expect every page to be the same height. It wouldn't even work, if TeX could go back to already shipped out pages. It is like stacking wodden boxes of different sizes on top of each other and requiring each stack to be of equal height.
Mar
12
answered Some lines are formatted differently (overflowing) for a reason I can't tell
Mar
12
comment Avoiding pagebreak after newline in theorem
So, where do you want to allow pagebreaks in a theorem, or none at all?
Mar
12
answered Problems after adding starred sections headings in table of contents
Mar
12
answered How to get uniform spacing between paragraphs across several pages?
Mar
12
comment Avoiding pagebreak after newline in theorem
Try adding \breakpenalty=10000 or \nobreak in the headspec.
Mar
12
comment How can I force a pgfplots graph to be in the center of the page?
Have you wrapped the tikzpicture inside \begin{center} ... \end{center}?
Mar
11
awarded  Critic
Mar
11
comment Duotone pdf for printing?
I assume your output format is PDF? Please, take a look here: tex.stackexchange.com/a/9973/13450 and here tex.stackexchange.com/a/99666/13450
Mar
11
awarded  Commentator
Mar
11
comment Font shape not available with `newpx`
I'm sorry, I didn't realize that the font was important to you. Since I'm on TeXLive, I can't reproduce your error. But you could try the following command: \renewcommand{\bfdefault}{b}. That should make bfseries choose bold instead of bold extended.
Mar
11
comment Replace titlesec-chapter style with KOMA
I think it's not going to be as easy in KOMA. What is the warning you get? If it is just a warning but the document compiles fine, why change it?
Mar
11
comment Font shape not available with `newpx`
Well, it doesn't on my system, which is TeXLive, using pdftex. However, as I said in my answer, if you use lmodern, there should be no errors at all.