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TikZ and Babel disagree when Hebrew is loaded

As with most things related to LaTeX, when Hebrew (and I assume other RTL languages too) tend to completely break everything. \documentclass[10pt]{article} %\usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} ...
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0answers
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Problem when running babel

I am using babel installation (used Miktex 2.9 package manager to install) and the Culmus MiKTeX package (retrieved from http://www.ma.huji.ac.il/~sameti/tex/culmusmiktex.html) ...
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xcolor \color command affects the wrong word in a Hebrew sequence

When compiling \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} \usepackage[hebrew,english]{babel} \usepackage{xcolor} \begin{document} \sethebrew ראשונה \color{red} שניה \color{black} שלישית ...
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158 views

Help getting started with Hebrew in babel

I want to write a document that will contain only Hebrew text (and some diagrams). I understand that babel is probably the best way to do it but I am getting utterly confused and haven't been able to ...
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1answer
162 views

subfigure numbering parentheses flipped with babel + right-to-left language + subfig

Eyal's babel incompatibility of the week... this time a question due to H.R. on the IVRITEX mailing list. The babel is incompatible with the subfig package. If you add a subfig with a caption: ...
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1answer
126 views

Using the cleveref package with hebrew and babel

I am trying to use the cleveref package with babel and Hebrew. I get the following error (on the second run of Latex): ERROR: Missing number, treated as zero. --- TeX said --- <to be read ...
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Typesetting a bilingual English-Hebrew book with facing pages in each language [closed]

How would one go about setting, say, a bilingual novel with the English translation on the left side of the book binding (the verso) and the original Hebrew text on the right side of the book (the ...
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978 views

TeX fails to generate output with Hebrew text: Jerusalem font metric file missing

I have MiKTeX installed on a Windows machine. I have this simple document, where I'm trying to use Hebrew: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{ucs} % package to add unicode support ...
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1answer
521 views

Babel warns of lack of hyphenation patterns for Hebrew

I use TeX Live including the Hebrew package. I've tried to produce a simple TeX file: \documentclass{article} \usepackage [english,hebrew]{babel} \begin{document} שלום \end{document} but I keep ...
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vote
1answer
121 views

Babel + Hebrew + aeguill incompatiblility

(Question split off from here.) If you try to use the aeguill package (which adds some guillemets to the ae fonts) with Babel and Hebrew: \documentclass{standalone} ...
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vote
1answer
444 views

Including Hebrew text in a non-Hebrew document (Babel not working)

I need to introduce one Hebrew word in a document. I have been trying to add an hebrew option in my Babel includepackage command, as in the following code, but it does not work: it triggers a clash ...
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249 views

Can't get babel and amsthm to play nice once Hebrew is loaded

I am working in LaTeX, and I am trying to get babel and amsthm to play nice together. I produced a minimal example (which gives a different error than the full project, but getting this to work could ...
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1answer
430 views

Babel + Hebrew + lipsum incompatibility

With: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[hebrew,english]{babel} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \lipsum \end{document} You get: ! Missing \endcsname inserted. <to be read again> ...
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1answer
175 views

Dashes and hyphens in Hebrew

I'm trying to use hyphens in a Hebrew document, but they do not appear in the resulting file. I've created this example to test the error. It seems only the unicode en-dash letter renders correctly ...
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Right-to-left text in LaTeX - reversed numbers and parentheses

Finally I got my Hebrew working on LaTeX. Everything's working great except for two issues - numbers and parentheses. Numbers are written the other way around (one hundred would be written 001), and ...
6
votes
2answers
640 views

How do I get babel to use the same typeface for regular and bold Hebrew text?

According to the babel package documentation (section 64), the default font used for Hebrew is Jerusalem which is a Metafont. Bold text is set in Dead Sea. This results in weird looking text, such as ...
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612 views

hyperref links break with babel + hebrew (or right-to-left language)

It's time for Eyal's babel + Hebrew incompatibility of the week. And this time: hyperref... :-( Basically, you can't get links with right-to-left text. It's about the direction rather than the ...
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votes
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algorithmicx + babel + Hebrew incompatibility

When trying to create any document with babel and algorithmicx, e.g.: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[hebrew,english]{babel} \usepackage{algorithmicx} \begin{document} Hello, world. ...
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algorithmic + babel with Hebrew conflict: Numbering missing

If I use algorithmic with babel, having both Hebrew and English, the line numbers go missing. Using MikTeX 2.9. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[hebrew,english]{babel} \usepackage{algorithm} ...