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To what extent, one should improve the article in Galley Proof ? [closed]

Galley Proof are the preliminary versions of publications meant for review by authors. Question: To what extend, one should improve the article in Galley Proof ? Situations 1. If all the proofs ...
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Citation of a paper with a proof you would like to improve [closed]

Imagine that you are in the following situation: You write up a proof which eventually gets published. There you need a result which is not so well-known but it is contained in another paper P; ...
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Citing papers that are in a language that you do not read.

I have a basic question that others have definitely considered. Often there are papers that originally appeared in a language that one might not understand (and I mean a natural language here). I ...