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revised Package for certificates
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comment Policy to stress preferrable syntax
@cfr: I hope my edit yesterday clarifies your questions.
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comment Policy to stress preferrable syntax
@Werner: I was not aware that there were also changes possible at the package (loading) level. Might be result in another question...
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revised Policy to stress preferrable syntax
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comment Errors in Gnuplot figures after converting DVI to PS/PDF
@Christian: If your question is satisfyingly answered, accept the corresponding answer. This gives you some reputation as well. ;)
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comment Command for \part style output and little abstract
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format.
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revised eqnarray vs align
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comment Best Practice (Packages) for a Standard Technical Article With Math and Figures
There is also a more general question on often loaded packages. This is clearly not a duplicate!
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comment pdf_tex problem
There is already an answered question with almost the same aim: If you agree that it is in fact the same: please remove your question. Else you might want to clarify what is the difference.
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revised Strange endgroup errors and enumerate errors are everywhere
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