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Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
10
accepted overlay latex output on top of VerbatimInput TEXT file
Dec
9
comment overlay latex output on top of VerbatimInput TEXT file
Thanks! Works perfectly, by doing this: \lstinputlisting[firstline=1,lastline=5]{file} comment \lstinputlisting[firstline=6,lastline=8]{file} If you make it an answer I'll accept it. comment
Dec
8
revised overlay latex output on top of VerbatimInput TEXT file
clarification
Dec
8
revised overlay latex output on top of VerbatimInput TEXT file
clarification
Dec
8
asked overlay latex output on top of VerbatimInput TEXT file
Dec
2
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
21
accepted again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
Oct
20
comment again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
I was actually looking in the KOMA-script (ctan.math.ca/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/koma-script/doc/…) to try and find out how to set the size: paper=30in:8.5in . I also have never used tabu but this led me to use xtab package - tex.stackexchange.com/questions/12672/… . Of course this paper isn't for publishing, printing, or sharing :)
Oct
20
comment again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
Yes, I did, and before I saw your last comment I got the accepted answer to work! Amazing! I'll try the one you suggest now. If you "answer" this officially I would greatfully accept it.
Oct
20
comment again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
@cfr Do you mean to say there is a way to do this?
Oct
20
comment again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
For anyone else interested in such a thing, I found that \attachfile[]{} works well, though you still need two separate .tex files.
Oct
20
comment again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
Really!? That seems...so odd for such a powerful typesetting program. But if so, then I guess that's it, short of two files and \input{largepage.pdf}, which is unpleasant...
Oct
20
comment again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
I have many pages actually...So would a \newpage have helped?
Oct
20
asked again, with a caveat, really wide table on one landscaped page
Aug
29
accepted Typeset output from Maxima using input{}, specifically left justify
Aug
28
comment Typeset output from Maxima using input{}, specifically left justify
I used your example and the justification now works great! Thinking of incorporating breqn somehow... Should I clean up the question and re-title it to be relevant?
Aug
28
comment Typeset output from Maxima using input{}, specifically left justify
Oh, thanks for that mathindent comment - missed it. I see your point about the text becoming too small... I wonder if using breqn package should be incorporated...
Aug
28
comment Typeset output from Maxima using input{}, specifically left justify
Aaahhh, yeah I figured it was nearly pointless... also ridiculous to document but the boss wants what the boss wants ;) Maybe I should reword my question, for something useful, to say "How to incorporate tex from an input{} into a math environment?" This at least would be useful to others and I can try massaging these results myself in Maxima...
Aug
28
comment Typeset output from Maxima using input{}, specifically left justify
Are you saying that in general wrt Maxima, or this particular output?