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Why do I downvote questions?

In the last time questions of the just do it for me kind came up more and more on this site and I believe that they have only few or no benefit for this site. I decided to deals with it by downvoting questions that only post the desired result without showing any efforts by the OP.

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  • Maybe worth a look: [Why should the minimal class be avoided?](http://tex.stackexchange.com/q/42114/4918).

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comment TeX capacity exceeds, when adding a single line [input stack size]
Hm … removing dblfnote fixes the issue but I’m not sure if it is the package itself or just because change to single column notes changes the text flow. This is a really strange error how can it happen that adding a single line of normal text an absolutely no other changes causes something like this? I fear there are some odd thing coming to gather which I can’t localize because every uncommenting affects the text flow and thus “solves” the problem :-/ comparing the good an the bad log files doen’t work either because they are 400MB respectively 1.7GB big …
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comment TeX capacity exceeds, when adding a single line [input stack size]
@DavidCarlisle: An a good run it 69i,19n,71p,10388b,1238s and on a bad one it’s 5000i,19n,71p,10388b,930s. But I don’t know how to use this information – maybe you can point me to some resources. The strange sing is that adding (or removing) a single line containing nothing more than letter “solves” the problem … that why I’m not able to create an MWE …
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comment TeX capacity exceeds, when adding a single line [input stack size]
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