On 06.05.12 email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > After exchanging both \usepackage commands the minimal example
> > compiles fine. Could you confirm if the document generates the
> > expected results?
> Indeed, swapping the two \usepackage statements works. Thanks for the
> Ultimatetly this is still a bug to fix though, IMO. The workaround
> is not easy to discover. In fact, the original document had many
> \usepackage statements, and it took some effort just to discover
> which two packages were in conflict. Minimally, I would expect the
> graphicx package to notice that invoice.sty had already been
> loaded, and give a specific error about the needed sequencing.
Sorry, from time to time it happens that the load order *does*
matter. A prominent example is hyperref (IIRC). If you can proof
that the load order in your case is *not* FAD it is probably a bug.
Please be so kind to track that yourself, we won't find time to do
so. And please be so kind to ask your local LUG, we are not the