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May
24
comment Coloring Text in the .tex file Prior to Rendering It
Then, maybe I should move on to another editor. Would you recommend any?
May
24
comment Coloring Text in the .tex file Prior to Rendering It
Yes, I have. What section in that link gives the answer?
May
24
comment How are the default Execution Modes set up in WinEdt?
I could never figure out how to set up those defaults and am wondering if it's at all possible to do that?
May
24
comment Coloring Text in the .tex file Prior to Rendering It
Did that, like I said. Where (what section) in the FAQ is the explanation?
May
24
comment Coloring Text in the .tex file Prior to Rendering It
What is explained in the manual is how to change color of the rendered text. Where does the manual give an answer to the question I am asking here?
May
24
comment Coloring Text in the .tex file Prior to Rendering It
@Forgiver, I'm using Winedt. Do you think it's possible to do it with that editor?
May
24
comment Coloring Text in the .tex file Prior to Rendering It
@percusse, sure, by all means. How can I do that?
Mar
17
comment How to retain the double-column formatting of the previous page after \clearpage?
Works great. Thanks a lot @lockstep. Hope I've properly given you the due credits this time.
Feb
21
comment nameref With Arbitrary Text
Thanks @Werner for all your help.
Feb
20
comment nameref With Arbitrary Text
I was windering if it's at all possible to have, say, three places in the main text referencing one and the same, say, Addendum but the return to occur to the particular point of referencing and not to last one of these three referencing points, as the MWE does. In other words, when referencing, there should be some kind of memory indicating which of the three equivalently labeled points but positioned at different parts of the text the return should be to.
Feb
20
comment nameref With Arbitrary Text
This does work as far as forcing arbitrary text but returns you to the last of several points of reference. What if the referencing was done earlier and I want to return there and not at the last reference point? Don't know if I'm allowed to change the initial MWE to show you what I mean.
Feb
19
comment nameref With Arbitrary Text
Suppose you have three places in the text where you're referencing an Addendum. How would you return to the one (of the three) where you started and not to another one (of the three)? At that, without seeing the text of the section title in the 'back' link.
Feb
19
comment Cross-referencing within text
Sorry about that. Just checked it. Hope I did it right.
Feb
19
comment Cross-referencing within text
Thanks @Werner. Works great. I didn't even need to add \texorpdfstring{<tex>}{<pdf>}.
Feb
19
comment Cross-referencing within text
Sorry, @recluze, I take that back. This is exactly what I want. I checked it in my text. How do you replace the '1' as a reference, with text?
Feb
19
comment Cross-referencing within text
this seems to be referencing the page, not the particular place in the text of that page which you want referenced.
Feb
19
comment Cross-referencing within text
Werener, previous questions did give an answer when you need to go back to the beginning of a section. But, suppose, you have a large amount of text that belongs to the section, say several pages long, and the point you're referencing is buried somewhere in the third page. You don't want to go back to the beginning of the section and go through all three pages to get back to that particular sentence. Hope I explained it clearly why I need that kind of cross-referencing.
Feb
19
comment How to install the xpatch package in MiKTeX?
Now, that's a very good advice. This is exactly what I needed to know. Thank you @Holle.
Feb
19
comment Apparent Instability in REVTeX4 After Adding xpatch Package
I was referring to what's within \begin{abstract} \end{abstract}. It seems that sometimes the length of text there matters and for some reason corrupts \affiliation{}. Anyway, after rewriting the abstract, making it shorter, compilation goes smoothly so far. By the way, revtex4-1 capitalizes all letters in \section*{}, starred or not starred. Wonder if that's what's intended or there's a way to change it?
Feb
18
comment Apparent Instability in REVTeX4 After Adding xpatch Package
It appears the patch doesn't like long abstracts with separate paragraphs. It would accept such, as long as \affiliation{} is remmed out.