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I was trying use \relpenalty to fix a formula which was breaking and I tried to use \relpenalty=1000: turns out now my layout got crazy and most of my images are now at the end of the chapters, in the wrong place... Is there a way I can fix this? I'm supposed to submit my thesis tomorrow... I tried to close TeXshop (I'm using Mac), to save it with another name, to restart the computer, but nothing!! Please help me :(

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    Uhm... just remove \relpenaly=1000. Math-mode line-breaking is very particular. If you which to introduce a singular out-of-the-norm breaking, you're better off to use \allowbreak. In particular, see Split line if too long. – Werner Oct 4 '13 at 19:07
  • If you are using Texshop 3.x (which requires Lion or later), you can perhaps revert to an earlier version. See pages.uoregon.edu/koch/texshop/aboutTeXShopAndLion2.html – Charles Staats Oct 4 '13 at 19:08
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    \relpenalty usually has the value 500; I don't think that setting it to 1000 can really break everything, unless you have lots of long inline formulas. However, removing the setting should revert the typesetting to the preceding state. – egreg Oct 4 '13 at 19:11