I'm getting the following warning when I compile my file:
`h' float specifier changed to `ht'. The float specifier 'h' is too strict of a demand for LaTeX to place your float in a nice way here. Try relaxing it by using 'ht', or even 'htbp' if necessary. If you want to try keep the float here anyway, check out the float package. Learn more
But it's not telling me a line. Usually it says which line in the code is causing the problem so I can fix it but not sure how to do that here except by changing each figure from [H] to [HT] until I find it. Any ideas? Thanks
[H]are not the same. The message is a warning message. If you can't stand seeing this warning message, by all means feel free to replace all instances of
[ht]. All that's going to happen is that the warning message(s) will cease.
has the only possible location of a float. Always add at least
[h]is good practice anyway.