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comment How to auto number the problem in solution chapter
Does the answers package not work with the gsm-l class? I don't currently have a copy of the class to verify.
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comment How to auto number the problem in solution chapter
Using the simple example given in the answers package documentation‌​, the only thing I did differently was to use the book class instead of article, and number exercises per chapter with \newtheorem{ex}{Exercise}[chapter].
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comment Latex versions for OS X Yosemite
Unless this page is wrong, TeXshop is still included, and is definitely an editor. Check your Applications / TeX folder.
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comment Latex versions for OS X Yosemite
MacTeX is the option most everyone uses.
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reviewed No Action Needed Where does the name “TeX” come from?
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reviewed Close how to get this symbol with Latex?
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comment \includegraphics takes the wrong image if no extension is specified
I assume your body content was intended to make two pages: the first with just a single character, and a second with a single character and an image. If so, replacing it with 1\clearpage 2 followed by whitespace and the \includegraphics command seems to clear things up. Don't know the root cause of your problem, though.
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reviewed Close How to recover a corrupted texfile with Texstudio
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comment Inconsistent slide margins in frame with allowframebreaks option in Beamer
I could be misinterpreting something, but my document with each paragraph consisting of a single letter A and enough paragraphs to force the allowframebreaks option to take effect, I don't see the vertical offset you describe. There might be a pixel or two, or maybe none at all, but certainly not the nearly 50% of the baseline height you show with the backslashes.
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comment Inconsistent slide margins in frame with allowframebreaks option in Beamer
if you replace the backslashes with white space (to make a new paragraph instead of a line break), does the problem go away?
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Jun
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comment Does \@tocrmarg work for chapters?
Weird. Maybe old aux files? I've built this one as-is repeatedly (I think). Regardless, I'm sure you have the right solution below.
Jun
22
comment Does \@tocrmarg work for chapters?
@GonzaloMedina Check the minimized example. You may still have the answer, but it's definitely working with \@tocrmarg on sections.
Jun
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comment Does \@tocrmarg work for chapters?
I took the liberty of cutting down your example to the minimal amount of code to show the problem. Also, similar issues show up in the report class.
Jun
22
revised Does \@tocrmarg work for chapters?
Minimized MWE.
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reviewed Reviewed Bibliography alignment
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comment Bibliography alignment
Welcome to TeX.SX! Please help us help you and add a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. Reproducing the problem and finding out what the issue is will be much easier when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document} -- without the MWE, the best guess I have is for you to use \begin{thebibliography}{99} for two digits instead of the \begin{thebibliography}{9} you most likely used.
Jun
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reviewed No Action Needed Remove space between left bracket and square root
Jun
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comment How can I replace tabs with spaces before compiling .tex file?
I'd guess it stems from there being no standardized definition of what a tab character means: most commonly 8 spaces, but editors often use 4 spaces, and it's commonly user-definable. I tend to set my editors to convert tabs into spaces automatically. If there's an alternative that meets your needs, I'd be interested to see it.
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comment Conflict between TikZ and university dissertation *.cls file
@Colenso normally, the university's graduate school provides the format requirements. If you're at USC, this should be straightforward. If you're not, I'd either expect your requirements to be minimal, or else you'll end up rewriting so much of the template as to have almost started from scratch. As far as long-term maintainers, the math, CS, physics, or engineering departments may have faculty who use TeX all the time, or have staff who assist (my job). Those are the people you need to find.