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I believe that something in my preamble does an unwished change on a \KOMAoption. In order to debug the latex code, I'd like to localize the problem by dumping the current value of this \KOMAoption.

My approach looks like the following LaTex code, whereas I need to know the real command for \currentValueOfKOMAoption.

\document{scrreprt}
% first block of latex code
\newcommand{\thatsTheValue}{\currentValueOfKOMAoption}
% second block of latex code
\begin{document}
\thatsTheValue
\end{document}

I've already found this question on Tex.SE:

How to use the current value of a KOMA option?

The answer is specialized towards the fontsize. Does a generic solution exist or does the solution depend on the \KOMAoption? The value I'd like to track down is the DIV-option.

  • \KOMAoptions{DIV=current} resets with the current value. – Manuel Aug 5 '15 at 8:19
  • @Manuel Thank you, I do know that and most probably this will be the bugfix. However, I'd like to find the guilty line of latex code. – Stefan Braun Aug 5 '15 at 8:26
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    You can find that pretty easily using the same algorithm everybody of us uses to find problems: Preparing a minimal working example. Use package showframe and extreme values for DIV for easier visual help. Are you using package geometry? – Johannes_B Aug 5 '15 at 10:39
  • Are there any news here? – Johannes_B Oct 12 '15 at 7:50