For some reason I got this page after compiling my document today, Weird Latex page for no reason

The log file shows this around the place where it occurs:

    Underfull \hbox (badness 3482) in paragraph at lines 1685--1685
\T1/mdugm/m/n/10 lated from pre-cip-itable

Overfull \hbox (9.82391pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 1783--1788

) (../5aims&objectives/aims&objectives.tex [30]) [31]
(../4data&methods/data&methods.tex [32]
Chapter 2.
<../figures/StudyArea.png, id=2314, 647.2983pt x 504.2037pt>
File: ../figures/StudyArea.png Graphic file (type png)
<use ../figures/StudyArea.png>
Package pdftex.def Info: ../figures/StudyArea.png  used on input line 57. on in
put line 57.
Package pdftex.def Info: Requested size: 455.24411pt x 354.60968pt on input lin
e 57.

Specifically before you see chapter2 ^ . Here is my preamble, I don't think the problem is in it though.

It's between the end of a section and a new chapter, if that helps.

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    the log doesn't show anything about page 32, it presumably could only fit in that last line, then you have a forced break for the start of the following chapter, – David Carlisle Jul 31 '17 at 18:48
  • @DavidCarlisle Does hyperref need loading before glossaries as the OP has it? – cfr Jul 31 '17 at 23:25
  • Wait what.. When should I load hyperref? It works perfectly, so why bother? – Padawan Aug 1 '17 at 7:31

I feel like an idiot.

I use headings like this in my document to name things;


this happened;


Problem fixed by correcting that. I can't believe I missed that.

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