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You have to simply run pdflatex glossaries-english.ins in the directory TEXMF/tex/latex/glossaries-english/ and then pdflatex glossaries-german.ins in the directory TEXMF/tex/latex/glossaries-german/ If you then run pdflatex on the *.dtx files you will also get the documentation of these packages in *.pdf format. At this point the needed ...

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You have to give the proper options (ie color to be used for structural elements) to \usecolortheme[<options>]{structure} For example, from the manual, if you use \usecolortheme[named=SeaGreen]{structure} \documentclass[dvipsnames]{beamer} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[portuges]{babel} \usetheme{PaloAlto} ...

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Try this: Save the file with a .txt extension. This will avoid the error "Sorry, the page you requested contains a file type (application/octet-stream) we are unable to translate." Change all backslashes using your editor to ==zz. This results to words that Google cannot translate and hence it leaves as is. This works well for single commands. Use the ...

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You have to load babel; then the \textgreek command is already provided. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[greek,english]{babel} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \section*{\textgreek{Κείμενο}} \begin{tabular}{@{}ll@{}} Name: & \line(1,0){120} \\ Date: & \line(1,0){120} \end{tabular} \subsection*{Instructions} ...

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You can use selinput; for this particular case, a cyrillic letter can be used, together with a restricted set of encodings to look for. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{selinput} \SelectInputEncodingList{utf8,cp1251} \SelectInputMappings{ cyrd={д}, } \begin{document} \inputencodingname \end{document} If the file is encoded in UTF-8, compiling it ...

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and if you mean to create you own font set then you are going to need Font Design programs. some are even for free like TeX is: MetaFont (the original sister of TeX designed by Knuth) MetaPost METATYPE1 but be aware: if you think TeX is difficult you will be surprised how difficult it is to design own font.

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http://tolklang.quettar.org/fonts/ http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/tengwarscript all you need to write Elvish and other Middle Earth languages...

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Both in your question and answers, you have claimed things which are not true: xepersian does not work with beamer (but bidi works!) and I don't want to face with this type of issues when working with various package. This clearly shows that you have little knowledge (if any) about the matter. It is neither xepersian nor bidi fault that beamer does ...

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