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New commands and tab complete The easiest way to make this quicker is to create a new command for each speaker, or some standard court names (e.g. defendant), such as \newcommand{\defendant}[1]{\indent \textsc{Alice: }{#1}\par} You can abbreviate these if you want, but after typing the first letter or two it is usually the first suggestion for most IDE's ...


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For windows: \usepackage[pspdf={-dAutoRotatePages\#/None},pdfcrop={ --hires}]{auto-pst-pdf}


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The solution, in my case was threefold: As suggested by @Ulrike Fischer, i removed the pspdf/ edited it by replacing the equal sign. (For this point, I have accepted that answer for this question.) (and 2.5.) I read that some people were experiencing problems when the pdfcrop was was installed before perl was installed. Additionally, I had installed ...


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On windows the equal sign in the pspdf option is a bit problematic. Try it like this: \ExplSyntaxOn \newcommand\hashchar{} \edef\hashchar{\c_hash_str} \ExplSyntaxOff %use \hashchar instead of =: \usepackage[pspdf={-dAutoRotatePages\hashchar/None},pdfcrop={ --hires}]{auto-pst-pdf} (or remove the pspdf option, perhaps you don't need it ...)


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From the Nature Medicine 'Preparing your Submission' page We accept manuscripts in PDF, Word or TeX/LaTeX formats; if you are using TeX/LaTeX, we prefer that you submit compiled PDFs up until the pre-acceptance stage. and later TeX/LaTeX To submit a TeX/LaTeX file, please use any of the standard class files such as article.cls, revtex.cls or amsart.cls. ...


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For the upright characters you can choose \usepackage[LGRgreek]{mathastext} Here there is a short code: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage[LGRgreek]{mathastext} \begin{document} $\rho,\epsilon>0$, $\boldsymbol{\rho}$ \end{document}


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From this old question (I think that your question is a duplicate) LaTeX Ugly Line Above References, I hope to give you an answer. \documentclass[% reprint, %superscriptaddress, %groupedaddress, %unsortedaddress, %runinaddress, %frontmatterverbose, %preprint, %preprintnumbers, %nofootinbib, %nobibnotes, %bibnotes, amsmath,amssymb, aps, %pra, %prb, %rmp, %...


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This overlaps 8 lines of text with the image with a width of 1in and a gap of 1em. Not sure how to force two columns side by side with revtex4-2. IIRC, IEEE uses a tabular in the title area of \twocolumn. BTW, \lipsum has gotten more difficult to use lately. \documentclass[% reprint, %superscriptaddress, %groupedaddress, %unsortedaddress, %runinaddress, %...


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I found a solution: The ws-ijbc document class has a different syntax for typesetting tables and captions. You need to use this syntax: \tbl{Here I have the first caption}{ \label{TabSlide13_1} \begin{tabular}... ... \end{tabular} }


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I have same errors when compiling Biometrika2018 or Biometrika2020. Then I change latex engine from TexLive to MikTex to fix this problem.


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I tried your MWE, and after ignoring a couple of reported errors, the very wide table was produced with a caption. Were you expecting a List of Tables which would also show the caption? If so, add \listoftables at the appropriate place after your \begin{document}.


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The trick is to get the template in latex format with pandoc -D latex > latex.template. Then I removed the lines: $if(has-frontmatter)$ \frontmatter $endif$ $if(title)$ $if(beamer)$ \frame{\titlepage} $else$ \maketitle $endif$ $if(abstract)$ \begin{abstract} $abstract$ \end{abstract} $endif$ $endif$ To use the template I did pandoc --template latex....


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If you are using ACM's styles, I presume it's for publishing in their journals. Then you can not use external packages (that they don't specifically allow), nor are many "tricks" allowable (they do process the LaTeX files to their specifications of page size, page heads/footers and so on). Best bet would be to move the figure/float definition ...


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