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There is a lot of ways to get html and svg graphics with tikz and tex4ht. In my opinion, best way is to use tikz externalization library to do the conversion. With this library, standalone pdf image is created for every tikz picture, and some external command can then be used to convert this pdf image to svg. I had great success with inkscape doing this job, ...

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So far I have found Hevea to be the easiest to use, understand and customize for LaTeX to HTML with lots of custom LaTeX macros to convert. I also spent a lot of time with plasTeX and found it very powerful but with a steep learning curve and hard to master.

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I had the same issue, but my latex file had some missing references to pictures I didn't wanted in the rtf version. When I removed those it worked perfectly. So I think that the issue it may be related not to the bibliography itself but to way latex or word tackles references.

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\documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} % enable this to make a WEB template compilable % he <TMPL_VAR ..>'s will be replaced by the template system \catcode<=\active \catcode_=12 \gdef<#1>{\texttt{\textless #1\textgreater}} \begin{document} <TMPL_VAR TEST> <TMPL_IF NAME=TEST> something </TMPL_IF> ...

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If you're not stuck with times, any font package that has a french math option (whatever be its exact name in the package) will do it. To my knowledge, fourier, kpfonts, mathdesign and MinionPro will do it. Perhaps also MyriadProfrom the FontPro package

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You could try the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{txfonts} \usepackage[upright]{txgreeks} \usepackage{mathastext} \begin{document} This is text mode and now a math display: $\alpha^n+\beta^m = \gamma^q$ \end{document} $\Gamma\cdot x+\Omega\cdot y=\Psi\cdot z$

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I am not sure whether using \subsubsubsection is a good idea, but anyway. Move \subsubsubsection definition to its own package, subsubsub.sty: \usepackage{titlesec} \titleclass{\subsubsubsection}{straight}[\subsection] \newcounter{subsubsubsection} \renewcommand\thesubsubsubsection{\thesubsubsection.\arabic{subsubsubsection}} ...

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There is no configuration for textcomp, so you can provide your own file with suitable redefinition of \textminus. Create file textcomp.4ht and place it to directory with your document: \renewcommand\textminus{\HCode{&\#x2212;}} this will output hexadecimal html entity of minus sign. This entity will be later replaced by tex4ht command to other ...

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