[OS X TeX] \linenumbers and only half of the page

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Wed Feb 21 11:22:09 EST 2007

Am 21.02.2007 um 16:34 schrieb Thomas Bohn:

> On 2/21/07, Peter Dyballa wrote:
>> Where do the \linenumbers come from? Which package provides them?
> It is the package lineno.
> In the header just \usepackage{lineno} and in the document where I
> need them \linenumbers.
> It is just one column.

Are you able to double or triple your line-numbered text (to keep the  
chance for producing the error) *and* remove as many packages (and  
their text) as possible? Best one by one to find a candidate that  
makes lineno fail. And best keep encoding and font package issues as  
long as possible; it's unlikely that they're the culprit. Sometimes  
it helps to change the order of packages loading ...

Then you could present this minimal example ...

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