Achaemenes <email@example.com> writes:
>Okay, I've almost cleaned up all warnings, 2 more remain...
>The full log can be found here: http://paste.pocoo.org/show/158051/
>However, the important bits are as follows...
>Package hyperref Warning: Wrong driver `hdvipson.def';
>(hyperref) pdfTeX is running in PDF mode.
>(hyperref) Forcing driver `hpdftex.def'.
>*hyperref using driver hpdftex*
it would appear that you have the "dvipsone" option in your call to
hyperref, but aren't using the y&y system. in most cases, you don't
need a driver option at all (hyperref can make up its own mind); in
this case, hyperref is reporting that your driver option is
inconsistent with using pdflatex.
>LaTeX Font Warning: Size substitutions with differences
>(Font) up to 4.0pt have occurred.
for at least one of your fonts, latex believes you only have a fixed
range of sizes available; at some stage, you've asked for a size of
that font that's 4.0pt away from the nearest size available.
there ought to be a warning somewhere in the log saying something like:
LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape `OT1/cmr/m/n' in size <30> not available
(Font) size <24.88> substituted on input line 0.
in your case, there will be a useful line number (i got that error by
typing at latex from the console), and the font shape will given you
i can't actually find any such warning in your posted log, so i'm at
the limit of what i can do to help.
Robin Fairbairns, Cambridge