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revised Trouble with commas in subscript of chemical formula (using mhchem)
load properly the mhchem package
Jan
28
comment Comment out sections of text in bib file
@JacobAkkerboom no but the question was about biber/biblatex. I never claimed that this solution would work with bibtex.
Jan
25
reviewed Approve jabref tag wiki
Jan
24
answered One font by default a bit smaller using fontspec
Jan
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Jan
20
comment Convert LaTeX fonts to TTF fonts for use in Adobe Illustrator
BeraSans should be a type1 version of Bitstream Vera Sans so you should be able to get this one in TTF.
Jan
20
comment Anomaly in cyrillic letters of TeX Gyre font sets with LuaLaTex
as fas as I can tell, the glyphs have been removed from the font entirely. I do not know why you can access them by loading the filename, because I can't. As I said in the answer, I suspect you have a version of the font that gets accessed when you call the font name and a different one when you call the file name. The logs should be able to tell you if this is the case
Jan
20
answered Anomaly in cyrillic letters of TeX Gyre font sets with LuaLaTex
Jan
20
revised Anomaly in cyrillic letters of TeX Gyre font sets with LuaLaTex
fixed code
Jan
19
comment How do I open PDF in Adobe Reader DC without locking the file from being updated by pdflatex?
I don't think it is a viewer issue but rather a Windows issue as Adobe Reader doesn't lock the files on either Mac or Linux.
Jan
19
reviewed Approve Making bold subsection-headings in math, but not bold in ToC
Jan
19
comment Copy math equation in Mathtype
A silly question maybe but why do you want to use the $...$ syntax instead of the \[...\]' or (...)` ones. For the preference you have chosen, mathtype is correct and the $...$ is a TeX syntax, not a LaTeX one. If you are writing your document in LaTeX (as opposed to plain TeX, you should keep what Mathtype gives you. Otherwise there seem to be a Plain TeX export option. All that behing say, @arne is right, and you should probably take the time to learn how to write equations in (La)TeX directly. It will be a lot faster and a lot more flexible.
Jan
17
comment references with number and names
thanks for the correction @moewe, I always forget about this. I knew it wasn't the .tex but I never actually use the extensions when invoking the commands
Jan
17
comment references with number and names
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jan
17
comment references with number and names
how do you compile your document? you need to do pdflatex>biber>pdflatex>pdflatex. the biber part is what creates your blb from the call in the document. every time you add a citation in your document you need to redo the whole thing
Jan
16
comment references with number and names
biber should be the default backend on the latest texlive (if not the one before) so you should not have to specify it. What was your workflow before? how did you compile your document? I would suggest clearing all the temporary files and recompile from scratch and see what it does.
Jan
16
comment references with number and names
biber should be run on the .aux file not the .tex file. you can leave the extension out altogether and it will pick the correct file
Jan
16
answered references with number and names
Jan
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revised references with number and names
change tags to relevant ones
Jan
16
comment references with number and names
can you also post the output log from biber? it may shed some light as to what it thinks is going on.