[OS X TeX] One line is longer than the others
dewatson at mac.com
Mon May 21 08:07:35 EDT 2007
That looks like a standard "overfull hbox" to me. I don't know if you
are using the babel package with french hyphenations, but that might
help. Otherwise, you should either reword the sentence, or force the
hyphenation of "sables" with something like "sab\-les". You will know
the appropriate french hyphenation I'm sure.
On May 20, 2007, at 10:52 PM, Chabot Denis wrote:
> Thanks, Gary,
> I feel stupid! I copied and pasted from my browser, I don't know
> why this happened. It should have been:
> Le 07-05-20 à 20:00, TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List a écrit :
>> Subject: Re: [OS X TeX] One line is longer than the others
>> From: "Gary L. Gray" <gray at engr.psu.edu>
>> Date: Sun, 20 May 2007 13:32:55 -0400
>> On May 20, 2007, at 1:25 PM, Chabot Denis wrote:
>>> I know this is more a question for a general LaTeX list, but I'm
>>> more confortable here and suspect the explanation is simple anyway.
>>> I ran out of "sub" levels for sections in a long report so I
>>> started using the "paragraph" level. This worked, except that one
>>> of my paragraphs set to "paragraph level" has its first line
>>> extending into the right margin. I did nothing differently with
>>> this paragraph.
>>> I did not want to make this message too long by including the
>>> document here, but you can go to
>>> The preamble is long, it is because I kept everything as it is in
>>> my long report, keeping only enough text to show you the problem. I
>>> also removed the figures, hence the "undefined references".
>>> The offending "paragraph" starts with "Oursin plat" on p. 2 of the
>>> pdf version.
>>> I'd appreciate any help in solving this (and what I did wrong to
>>> start with).
>> imac-de-la-famille-chabot.local is not a valid URL. :-)
>> All the best,
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