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Have you tried it like this? % arara: pdflatex \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T4]{fontenc} % loading the fc package \begin{document} \B{D}\B{d}\B{H}\B{h}\B{t}\B{T}% \m{b}\m{V}\m{C}\m{c}\m{D}% \M{d}\M{D}% \m{d}\m{E}\m{e}% \M{E}\M{e}% \m{f}\m{F}\m{G}\m{g}\m{I}\m{i}\m{J}\m{j}\m{K}\m{k}\m{N}\m{n}\m{o}\m{O}\m{P}\m{p}\m{s}\m{S}% ...


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This is left-over in the documentation from the version 1 of the gui, when there were different tabs. Now the gui cannot be combined with other actions.


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You have three options. Each option have both advantages and drawbacks, so the "best practice" depend upon your preferences. apt-get dist-upgrade to Debian testing. Advantage: Up-to-date TeX Live and OS. Ideal for people who like to live on the edge but not enough crazy to updgrade to Sid. Disadvantage: You can break something. Not a good idea for a ...


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TeX relies on a “change file” for system dependent adjustments. One of these adjustments is making TeX aware of what method the operating system uses for marking the end of a record (a line in a text file, speaking less formally). Different operating systems had very different ideas about this: it could be CR+LF (for instance, MS-DOS) CR (for instance, ...


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There are three steps when inputting the line by TeX. The line is read from the file using system dependent readln procedure. The end of line mark (if exists) is removed, the spaces immediately before it (if exist) are removed too and the rest is saved to line buffer. The line buffer is appended by \endlinechar value, if it is nonnegative (ASCII 13 alias ...


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The package undertilde is marked as having an unclear license. As such, it can't be included in TeX Live (which only includes free software). You will have to download the package from CTAN and install it manually: see How do I install an individual package on a Linux system? for more on this (look in particular at installing a package manually).


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This feature (autocompletion) should be the default feature. To ensure it, go to Edit → Preferences. In the editor tab of the window that opens autocompletion (under global editor options) should have been checked like this: Then read this: This is available under the help menu - A short manual for TeXworks. All you have to do is type bfig and press ...


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The rpm of 2.1.2 version for x64 can be downloaded here. In the same page you can check the dependencies, in case there are some extra packages you may have to install. Once you have the rpm file, follow the instructions provided in the askfedora forum here. In terminal: rpm -Uvh --nodeps lyx-2.1.2-1.fc20.x86_64.rpm


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You don't alway use the font installed with TeX Live. You can use any font you have if you use XeTeX or LuaTeX. It is preferred to use xeCJK package for Chinese and you don't need to worry about what fonts are installed with TeX distribution. For Chinese, there are only these fonts preinstalled in TeX Live (MacTeX): For pdfLaTeX (with CJK bundle), only ...


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I'm afraid that I cannot remember where exactly I got the original code for this, but it seems that I modified it at some point as I have versioning notes. The Package Specification Anyway, here is the .spec file I used to create an .rpm for a dummy package: Name: texlive2012-dummy-cfr Version: 1.0 Release: 2%{?dist} Summary: This is a fake TeXLive ...



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