# Tagged: LaTeX

## achemso and mcitethebibliography

When using the achemso LaTeX package for creating a document, pdflatex may give you the following errors: This may happen, if (for whatever reason) you have cited no articles or none of the used...

## tabularx, memoir and footnotes

Tables are not too convenient in LaTeX. In fact, it is hard to get a specific combination of features to work. This hint is on using a rotated tabularx table within a memoir document...

## Joining all LaTeX figures in one directory

Many journals require you to submit figures associated with a article manuscript in a way that does not allow for a separate graphics subdirectory. However, many people work with LaTeX such that they have...

## multibib and citations within figure environment

Consider the following minimal working example: Using pdflatex will give you (at least) this error message: Unlike the original \cite command, \citeT (i.e. the newly defined version introduced by the multibib package) is not...

## RevTex 4-1 and BibTeX: href errors

If you get errors similar to the following ones: or or output related to problems with \href@split, you should check your .bib file for entries like this In general, they are perfectly valid (although...

## achemso bug: missing Figure

Unfortunately, there is a bug in the current debian package of the achemso package for LaTeX. Every time you use \ref{key}, you will only get "1" instead of "Figure 1" although the latter output...