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I am writing a thesis. The compilation worked well but, recently after I added a line of
======== quoted from TEX file ======<BEGIN>
======== quoted from TEX file ======<END>
======== quoted from log file ======<BEGIN>
======== quoted from log file ======<END>
I asked my friends and searched on Internet for several days but still cannot solve the problem. I would really appreciate if anybody can help me out. Thank you very much!
I've attached the TEX file and the LOG file for your reference.
Last edited by cgnieder on Sun Sep 15th, 2013, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: added code markup
Try the xcolor package instead and see if its working.
Best regards and welcome to the board
I've solved the problem with Stefan's suggestion. Thank you anyway for your kind help!
I am experiencing the same problem. However, I don't know how to apply the above change as there is no \x@float in my stuff, or at least I can't locate it. I don't see it in the color package anywhere either. I'll attach my log file with the hope that you can locate my problem as well.
Located it (in the thesis style I'm using). Thanks anyhow.
Here is a pretty minimal example that produces problem (for use together with the attached style file):
If you leave the first line un-commented, and run pdflatex, this produces a pdf with just a drawing of a circle in it labeled with an x.
If you comment out the first line and un-comment the second, so that it's using the style file, then I get this error: