{hebrew} is about authoring and compiling TeX documents with Hebrew (and/or Yiddish) language content.

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Footnote separator for wrapped footnote, problems with Hebrew

In a previous question I asked how to format the footnote separator for wrapped footnotes. However, the provided solution unfortunately did not seem to work with my document. Now I have found that ...
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Hebrew words causes strange errors with ConTeXt IV / LuaTeX

I am experiencing strange problems with ConTeXt IV / LuaTeX. I have some hebrew words which continues to throw following errors: error: /usr/share/texmf/tex/context/base/font-otn.lua:1809: attempt to ...
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XeTeX hebrew problem with LyX

I am using LyX and trying to write in Hebrew using XeTeX. I get the following error messages: undefined control sequence Package polyglossia error Is this a package I should get manually? I would ...
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'Guttman yad-brush' font

I am familiar and kind of like this font, from (god forgive me) "Microsoft Word" program. It's actually a hebrew font. An example of the font is at this page I would like to know if it's possible to ...
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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 ...
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Using tabular(*?) with two languages

I wish to have an invisible table (using the tabular or tabular* environments) which should contain two columns - one shall contain sentences in English, and the other - their translations in Hebrew. ...
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polyglossia and algorithmicx - Missing \endcsname inserted

Trying to compile a simple document using polyglossia with Hebrew as the default language: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \TeXXeTstate=1 \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb} \usepackage{polyglossia} ...
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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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how to typeset RTL document with two columns flush AND two-column footnotes

I'm working on a set of documents in Hebrew. My general workflow is I type reStructuredText, run it through rst2xetex and then typeset with XeLaTeX. What I can't figure out how to do is create a ...
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hyperref links break with babel + hebrew (or right-to-left language)

Using the babel package to write Hebrew text exposes incompatibilities with all sorts of other packages. This questions is about the incompatibility with hyperref. Basically, you can't get links with ...
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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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Using Hebrew in TexWorks

I'd like to write proofs in Hebrew with TeXWorks on Ubuntu 10.4. I'm completely new to LaTeX ... I have Hebrew support installed, but I'm not sure how to proceed regarding writing Hebrew mixed with ...
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Spaces between Hebrew letters

I am writing in Hebrew, but my output doesn't look so good because the spaces between thew Hebrew words are too big. They are somehow bigger than usual, and also the font itself, just doesn't look ...
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Hebrew numerals

There appears to be three different numbering commands in the polyglossia package. Which one is the most correct to use? I can understand the argument for the \Hebrewnumeralfinal one since it seems ...
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Writing Biblical Hebrew texts with different coloring for consonants, vowel and accent signs

I have got the following problem: I am using Biblical Hebrew texts written in XeTeX but I would like to color consonants as well as vowel and accent signs differently. I have read Coloring combining ...
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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} ...
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Font problems; Hebrew with KOMA document classes; error message

I am using XeLaTeX for writing texts in Hebrew. Now I have been trying to use the KOMA document classes. After applying a few changes (like changing the font used for chapter, section, ... headlines ...
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What's a simple way to typeset a small amount of Hebrew content using TeX?

You'll have to forgive me, I'm completely new to TeX and know basically nothing about it. What I'm looking to do is to create vowelized and unvoweled Hebrew content to be used in HTML5. Artscroll, ...
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Coloring combining characters without changing color of a base character

Problem I am trying to find out is there a good way to paint combining characters without changing the color of the base character they are combined with. My actual problem case is to make some ...
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`backgroundcolor` in `lstset` does not work

When I use the backgroundcolor option in lstset, all I get is a colored line above the listing: \lstset{% language=Matlab, backgroundcolor=\color{blue} } and in the document: ...
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Using \texttt with polyglossia Hebrew

\texttt does not work as expected when using it with the polyglossia package, in a segment in the Hebrew language, even when the actual text to be set is Latin. I tried reading fontspec documentation, ...
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Changing Hebrew fonts with cjhebrew?

I'm using the cjhebrew package. How can I change the Hebrew font used while still keeping a 12pt Times English font? According to http://sites.huji.ac.il/tex/newlatex_usage.txt, there are many Hebrew ...
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IDE / Best known method for writing Hebrew documents with LaTeX

I usually use LyX to prepare lecture notes, course summaries, etc. The reason I use LyX and not LaTex directly is twofold - I usually need to type in real time - summing a lecture. I think for this ...