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comment Problems using QT.cls
@daleif -- you mean comment out just the one line with \def\[, leaving an empty \def\@tempa{}? does it still produce a proper end-of-proof marker on a terminal display math block? (i'll put this on the list of things that needs to be investigated/researched.)
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comment Problems using QT.cls
@daleif -- yes i do see the stuff with \def\[. but if that were a problem, i'm sure we'd have had complaints from ams authors long ago, and this is the first i've heard of it. the log shows pdftex from tex live 2015, so it doesn't seem that any of the newest (2016) changes are involved. (and i'm scared silly about that possibility.)
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comment Problems using QT.cls
@daleif -- what happens if you move the \RequirePackage{amsmath} to precede the included amsthm?
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comment Problems using QT.cls
looking at the edited code segment, the problem occurs before that. there should be (just) a closing brace on the line before \@ifpackageloaded{amstex}. that's missing from the error message. i still suspect a corrupted QT.cls file.
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comment Problems using QT.cls
@daleif -- brace missing from line 1286 of the version of QT.cls that i just downloaded, right after the \@nil. there's another problem i spotted: amsthm checks to see if amsmath is loaded, but QT.cls doesn't load amsmath (with \RequirePackage{amsmath}) until after the embedded amsthm. but that wouldn't cause the error as reported. and i don't see \x@protect anywhere in QT.cls, so i don't know how it got into the error report in the log.
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comment Problems using QT.cls
well, i was mistaken -- the trap for amstex is still in the public version of amsthm, which is embedded in full in this document class, with only minor modifications of a reasonable nature. however, what is shown in your error message isn't an accurate copy of what's in QT.cls that i just downloaded. there should be a closing brace just before \@ifpackageloaded{amstex} and it's missing. that would explain the Paragraph ended error. but there's lots more missing there. i think you have a corrupted QT.cls file.
16h
comment Problems using QT.cls
i recognize the proof definition as the one from amsthm and the ams document classes; also, the reference to amstex indicates a related origin, but it hasn't been in any of the ams packages for years. actually, the problem occurred before that definition of proof, so more information is needed. QT.cls is not from ams, nor is it on ctan. where did you obtain that file?
18h
comment \cr extra alignment!
cutting and pasting -- never very reliable, i find. rather frustrating.
23h
comment \cr extra alignment!
conclusion is correct, but the quoted text doesn't agree with the original.
23h
comment How to change the format of biblatex references to have 3 columns (alpha, author, 'Titel and other information')?
not answering the question, but please use ragged right at least in the author column. the huge gap between last name and initial (in the case of multiple authors) is most unsettling.
1d
comment formatting printbibliography
is your intention to have a separate bibliography in each chapter? if so, then the usual "book" bibliography style isn't what you want; you probably want a style that treats the "in-chapter" bibliographies as sections, not chapters, even if you do want to start each on a new page. i don't have an answer for the basic book class, but i'm sure one exists.
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revised Align \boxed{} equation inside systeme*
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reviewed Close LaTeX missing reference
1d
comment extra horizontal space after the pseudocode
another catch by the spurious-space catcher. you might want to mention that these spaces are not compressed into one by tex because they aren't contiguous.
2d
answered Bibliography: align text exactly to the author's name
2d
reviewed Close Error in listings demo code
2d
comment How to cite sections using apa6 document class
the nameref package may be what you want; i don't know whether it is compatible with apa6. and on the supposition that you may want the section name in quotes, this question may be helpful: \nameref with quotes.
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reviewed No Action Needed Setting up BasicTex (Homebrew)
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reviewed Approve Why “tehnically” transforms to “thenically” automatically in WinEdt
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comment Text running into footer area!
warning -- amsart isn't set up to coexist happily with either fancyhdr or geometry; the page layout is defined to produce the output required by the in-house platemaker in our printing department. so using instructions meant for amsart isn't likely to produce the results you are looking for when you are using article.