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I often find an answer to my question, but only partial. For instance, people make a nice suggestion on how to modify something in LaTeX, but do not specify how to make the return to default, original values. Then I'd like to just add a simple additional question without opening a new subject.

E.g. I've found an answer on how to do something with srcbook.cls, and would like to know how to do that with the standard, book.cls, if possible. Is it possible to add a related question ? If not, please consider this, as it would be highly practical!

P.S. What tag (which is obligatory) suits a general question like this one!?

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    Standard procedure at this point is to open a new question, with a link to the original, possibly identifying the new question as a "follow up". I think that works quite well. – Steven B. Segletes Apr 2 '14 at 10:24
  • In case the answer is trivial (for example if the scrbook thing works out-of-the-box with book), you can simply test it and mention it as a comment to the original answer. If you open a new question, and the two questions have the very same answers, they are likely to be marked as duplicates. – T. Verron Apr 2 '14 at 13:20
  • For the PS. question: such "general questions like this one" are usually asked here on meta.tex.stackexchange.com, it is the very purpose of this "alternate" site. – T. Verron Apr 2 '14 at 13:21

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