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I'm having some problems when using fine adjustment of bond #(<dim1>,<dim2>) inside a definesubmol code. The output is correct, but return a error message:

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line 7: Illegal parameter number in definition of \CF@@ring. ...t,-3.25pt)[::30,,,,line width=6pt]>[::-75]}
line 9: Illegal parameter number in definition of \CF@remain@molecule. \chemfig{!{ring}}
      : No file Molecule.aux.
      : Label(s) may have changed. Rerun to get cross-references right.

My code is:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{chemfig}
\begin{document}
    It's works:\par
    \chemfig{(-[::-165])-[:-15]-[::30]-[::-75](-[::75])<[::-135]-#(-1.75pt,-3.25pt)[::30,,,,line width=6pt]>[::-75]}\par
    \bigskip
    \definesubmol{ring}{(-[::-165])-[:-15]-[::30]-[::-75](-[::75])<[::-135]-#(-1.75pt,-3.25pt)[::30,,,,line width=6pt]>[::-75]}
    Is drawn but return a error:\par
    \chemfig{!{ring}}
\end{document}
  • No such warnings here. I am using MiKTeX-pdfTeX 2.9.6668 (1.40.19) (MiKTeX 2.9.6745 64-bit). Package: chemfig 2018/04/05 v1.31. Btw. try to re-run it, if you still see the warning. – pisoir May 12 at 11:03
  • I have try re-run. The warnings still persist. I am using MiKTeX-pdfTeX 2.9.6839 (1.40.19) (MiKTeX 2.9.6840 64-bit) and Package: chemfig 2019/02/23 v1.34. – GRSousaJr May 12 at 18:43
  • I don't get any warning or error with texlive. Which engine do you use? – ian May 28 at 11:47
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    Your chemfig version is outdated, can you update? Current one is 2019/05/21 v1.41 – ian May 28 at 11:49
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I was able to reproduce the error with chemfig v.1.34, which is the version you are using.

With the current version v1.41 the code compiles without problem, so the solution is very simple: update your tex distribution to get up to date with the current chemfig version

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