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Apparently you not believed me, that your codes works for me. How I tested your code: Used was copy your MWE provided in question. In MWE instead of \usepackage{UTMThesis} was used its code, which you provide in your question. Test was performed by use of the MikTeX, updated 2020.02.18 on Windows 10 machine. Complete test document : \documentclass[...

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Package: todonotes Note: there are no changes while using draft or final unless changes are made to the todonotes package options. option obeyDraft: will display the to do notes (only output the todos/todolist if in "draft mode") Changes using final: option obeyFinal: will not display the to do notes (suppress output of the todosétodolist if in "final ...

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I have found on this link a very nice speedometer too. I made a few small changes to associate it with my initial question. \documentclass[border=1cm]{standalone} \usepackage{newtxtext} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{decorations.text} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[font=\small] % Static part \draw[draw=white,fill=red,thick] (0:2) -- (0:3.5) arc(0:...

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After the comment of the very good user @cgnieder, excuse me again with the author of the package. I have not read to the begin of the manual that needed to be loaded \usechemmodule{all} or the specific module \usechemmodule{reactions}. I'm very happy to compile himself the code. Thank you very much @cgnieder. \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} \...

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While using LaTeX various packages are used. In case the package is not available then it is downloaded from the net on the fly and installed. pgfcore.sty is one such package. You need to install the package. The easiest way to do that is from the Start Menu->All Programs->MikTEX 2.9->Maintenance (Admin)->Package Manager (Admin) and search for the package ...

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The short answer is that you can't retrospectively change options for already loaded packages (see here: Applying options to already loaded package), but if you design your class file carefully then you can probably make hooks for you to latch on to in each case. Using your example: \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} \ProvidesPackage{test}[2014/08/21 Example package] ...

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You did not provide an example of a missing +, a more reasonable test file would be \documentclass{article} \usepackage{newtxtext,newtxmath} \usepackage{pslatex} \begin{document} $a+b$ \end{document} Do not load pslatex and in general you should delete most of the package lines, as they are repeating and conflicting. Only use a package if you know you ...

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This will depend solely on what project you are referring to. Different projects are hosted on different platforms, so where you file bugs and feature requests will depend. Usually a project is hosted in only one platform (hosting in two doesn't make much sense and is a maintenance nightmare, unless one of them is just a mirror). For example The LaTeX ...

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That is a packaging error in miktex. That happens sometimes. In such cases go to https://github.com/MiKTeX/miktex-packaging/issues and report the issue (if it hasn't been done yet by someone else). I added an issue: https://github.com/MiKTeX/miktex-packaging/issues/159 As a work-around until miktex corrects this: Get hycolor.dtx from ctan https://ctan....

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If you are using Windows, may I suggest that you use MiKTeX and TeXStudio, that come with automatic installation of packages and an useful administration tool? If not, can you specify the system that you are using and how did you install your TeX environment to allow for others to answer? Probably this should be a comment, but I can´t comment!

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You can use TeX's \newif macro to define booleans. After \newif\iffoo, the boolean can be set using \footrue or \foofalse, and tested using \iffoo ... \else ... \fi. Beware that setting booleans respects the grouping rules of TeX: unless preceded by \global, such a setting is local to the innermost group. Applying this to your code, I did the following (this ...

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Since the April 2018 release, LaTeX considers UTF-8 as default input encoding Thus calling \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} at the start is no longer required. If a file has a different encoding than UTF-8, the proper encoding should, of course, be declared. The utf8x add-on, together with the ucs package, used to be needed for some special application or, ...

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Searching this site for other astronomical icons, I have immediately finded this great answer https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/483433/204509. One can use the same technique for the planets: use some random image off the internet and include it as image. With http://cdn30.us1.fansshare.com/image/cartoonplanet/vector-cartoon-planet-icons-579074540.jpg one gets ...

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