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Student at Technical University of Denamrk (DTU)


Nov
19
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
26
comment Getting duplicate call to my define that writes to a aux file
\@ifundefined{abrv@#1}{% do not seem to work. Its written to aux file for both abstract and and document. I assume its the same problem, just dont know where to tell it to use global for that
Jan
14
accepted Getting duplicate call to my define that writes to a aux file
Jan
13
awarded  Commentator
Jan
13
comment Getting duplicate call to my define that writes to a aux file
Thanks it works. Just noticed how the line '{#2 (\textbf{#1})}%' always starts a newline before writing the text. Happen to know why?
Jan
13
asked Getting duplicate call to my define that writes to a aux file
Jan
6
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
29
comment Why are Bitmap-Fonts used automatically?
I compiled a simple document with the lmodern package. If i open the pdf in illustrator and look at the font, its all LMRoman10 Regular, LMMathItalic10 Bold, LMMathSymbols10 Regular - so i wonder if thats really is vector fonts? as of why are the font size included in the font ?
Jun
21
comment How to check if key is already in aux file
Looks good, could we extend such when creating an abbreviation to also store the short version, such if used once \abrv[key]{short}{long text} it can be written later as \abrv{key}.
Jun
21
awarded  Supporter
Jun
21
accepted How to check if key is already in aux file
Jun
21
awarded  Editor
Jun
21
revised How to check if key is already in aux file
Addded full code.
Jun
21
asked How to check if key is already in aux file
May
7
comment Multiple inclusion of the same image gives huge PS file
Accepting that it was not a trivial question, i made it such the ps file is created in a temp folder not syncing to cloud services instead of finding a proper solution.
May
7
comment Multiple inclusion of the same image gives huge PS file
Thanks for your comments. As your say, its your opinion, and I favor latex over pdflatex(or to refine, i dont use pdflatex).
May
7
comment Multiple inclusion of the same image gives huge PS file
The original eps image are a vector object.
May
7
comment Multiple inclusion of the same image gives huge PS file
I think @AndrewStacey is correct that it somehow includes the image for every use, but as I am showing in my question, first declare and then use, i dont know why it does this.
May
7
comment Multiple inclusion of the same image gives huge PS file
I am using PDF, but first dvips+ps2pdf. I just dont want that large ps file at every compile point for other reasons, speed, google drive uploads it every time ect. The pdf file is way smaller 20mb.
May
7
asked Multiple inclusion of the same image gives huge PS file