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im a newbie user to latex, and my problem is:
how can i disable the thing (i have to discribe this, because i dont know the english word) that at every new paragraph a tab is inserted in the first line of this new paragraph.
(can u give me the english wort for this "thing", too please, thx)
The main reason is for interoperability. If you hack your class file, and you want to send your article to me to be published, you'd have to send me your class file (which is somewhat large), or I'd have to hack mine to match yours. That of course would change all my other documents.
On the other hand, if you put your changes into the preamble or a new style file (for changes you need often), then you then you don't need to send me as much, and if I send you a file to TeX, it will look the way I intend.