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The original TeXdoc.net site showed the link syntax on top of the start page (screenshot from old status on archive.org) The plan was to have an easy to remember link to package documentation but especially some comfort in forums: if I click a package name, it directly brings me to the manual, with that standard syntax, so I don't need that full path. It ...


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Not a definitive answer, but here is some information / additional questions about this topic. Stack Exchange staff has a tool to mass update broken links, which (unlike manual edits) doesn't bump the posts to the front page. Here is a recent example. Once it's clear which replacements need to be made, one of the ♦ moderators can ping a staff member for this....


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Here are your options, in somewhat of a preferred sequence: Make a regular comment on the question, stating why you want to re-open the question. This could include a brief description of your solution, or just stating why the question isn't a duplicate. Don't just state that you want to answer it, because the reason for duplicate closure in the first place ...


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In my opinion, that answer should be a comment. I flagged it. It's also arguable that Inkscape is easier than TikZ. It depends on which one you know better. Eventually, reproducing a logo is against the trademark laws. I think also the question should be deleted. I also flagged it.


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As long as the answer addresses the 'core issue' of the question (here: add a specific logo to a document) then it is a real/legitimate answer. If the answer does not follow the requirements in the question then it may be a bad answer, but still a real answer. It may very well be that an approach outlined in such an answer is actually better than the ...


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