How can I write notes in a LaTeX file, that don't appear in the PDF file?
Smaller text can be marked as comment with the
For longer text you can use the
If your nodes is simple text without any special TeX macros (especially not
Of course, you can always use the standard method, placing
Here are two approaches to easily hide/unhide another type of comments:
Hide all comments (those without
I hope that both approaches are self-explained in this MWE:
If I understand your question correct, use a
To print a percentage sign in the text, use
A solution I use is the following: I defined a command to write my comments in:
("rood" is Dutch for "red"). A comment looks like this:
When I want to create my final version, I simply remove the second part of this comment, meaning that all text simply is not displayed:
Apart from the package for displaying the color (
You could use the
The package can be found here: http://www.ctan.org/pkg/fixme.
You can implement it by putting something like this in your preamble:
You then make a comment in the text by using
You can get a list of all the notes by using the command
I've been using this simple verbatim solution for longer notes:
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