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I'm a using ShareLaTeX to write a report and it is almost perfect in terms of fails and warnings. There is only one warning left, which is the following:

Picture of the warning.

I have searched online for a solution, but almost all says to remove the usepackage causing the problem. I just simply can find it. It is not in main or preamble, or any of the other document. I use the search function in ShareLaTeX to search for fixltx2e, but I find nothing.

Maybe I'm looking for the wrong usepackge, and the mistake might be from another usepackage including fixltx2e, but I don't know, which one.

I would really like to fix the warning, as it is the only one left. Anyone know what might be causing it?

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    It is loaded by some class or another package. You can ignore this warning – user31729 Apr 19 '18 at 7:51
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    The log file will show you which file is inputting fixltx2e just look at the matching (...foo.sty...) – David Carlisle Apr 19 '18 at 7:52
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If you use any package like \usepackage{dblfloatfix} or any package end with -fix, just remove those package and you will no longer get any warning.

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    This seems like an arbitrary generalisation that might not always work. – Werner May 29 at 3:23

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