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LaTeX tip to comment out large portion of text

Not very obvious but: \iffalse blablabla blublublublu and some more bla here \fi so LaTeX doesn’t compile anything within this if clause. [1] TeX.stackexchange- Commenting out large sections, accessed on Oct 10, 2016

Struggling with BibTeX ???

Ok, it is time to try this promising thing called BibTeX [1,2,3], which allows you to use only one file with references* (suppose MyBibTeX.bib). Then, it easy to add references in any document just by simple adding the file and the citations. Although it seems rather straightforward hot to make the file its implementation is […]

ps2pdf behavior regarding page orientation with eps images

While writing a paper I was puzzled to see that although I was not putting anything in LaTeX code to affect the orientation of the page (Image 1), some pages were rotated at the final pdf file (Image 2). But why was that? Although I did play around to see if there was something wrong […]

LaTeX: wide figure or table in a 2 column document

Much simpler than I thought, but still I think it deserves a note in order not to forget it! Simple add the * when using each element (figure/table)[1]. This will place it as wide as the page, but only at the top of the page. [1]: LaTeX wiki: Floats, Figures and Captions

“Too many unprocessed floats” in LaTeX

! LaTeX Error: Too many unprocessed floats. This error in LaTeX means that it is unable to handle more than a specific number of figures and tables (yes, there is a limit!  no more than roughly 30). Unless you want to replot and combine figures an easy solution is to add the package ‘morefloats’: \usepackage{morefloats} […]