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reviewed Approve Introduction to LaTeX and Markup
Dec
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comment What is the correct load order for hyperref
@Werner and @PeterGrill after some thoughts, I think this is a poor question. One of the intentions was, that someone is interested in fixing the problem in hyperref if there is a general problem, which IMHO is the case. The other intention was that I learn something about the problem. Noone seems to be interested in the former one and the latter one was successful (although there are some open questions left, but they have not been part of the official question). So I think the best thing would be if one of you would summerize the comments in an answer so that I can close this quesiton.
Dec
18
comment What is the correct load order for hyperref
@Werner thanks for your explanation, too. I didn't understand everything in egreg's solution linked above. Do you think his example would be more logial with \AfterBeginDocument, too? If so, you should probably edit his solution to avoid that others find the same trap that I found. The general problem is that I do not know the ordering between packages and the various document hooks. I know that there are attempts to document the various package loading orders. Do you know of any documentation or recommendation about ordering between packages and document hooks?
Dec
18
comment What is the correct load order for hyperref
@PeterGrill thanks for the explanation, that makes sense. But why does it work if the aux-file is present? And why is the \bgroup a problem? After all, the group is not left during the whole document processing. Or is there a problem after \AtEndDocument? But if that is the problem, why doesn't hyperref use global definitions, if they should be valid even outside the current TeX-group?
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asked What is the correct load order for hyperref
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revised Recommend way to get angular velocity in degree with siunitx
corrected spelling
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comment PDFLatex Halt on Warning/Typesetting Error
I think a redefinition of \PackageWarning to internally call \PackageError should be a feasible way to stop at some warnings (which then become errors, of course). If there are other warning macros, they could probably also be altered. It's not completely clear, what the benefit of that approach were, but it's at least possible.
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comment LaTeX equivalent of <br><br><br> in HTML?
Please note, that this code is wrong in HTML, too, as logically there are no lines to end. The correct solution in HTML probably includes the use of CSS, so HTML/CSS is quite similar to LaTeX in this regard.
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comment How define a fixed width page, but length > some minimum length, but only as long as needed
The automation is described here: tex.stackexchange.com/a/27057/7323
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revised caption+autonum+{a certain structure}=freeze
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answered caption+autonum+{a certain structure}=freeze
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