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Jan
3
comment How to number and centralize the heading “reference”
Could you please add a mwe including which class you are using. It would help a lot in finding a solution.
Jan
3
comment Latin Modern looks different in pdfLaTeX and XeLaTeX
This is very much reader dependent. pdflatex and xelatex use different font types (type1 postscript for pdflatex, and otf for xelatex). The readers may handle these differently and therefore may look different on screen.
Jan
2
comment Europass Resume Icons
A while back I started playing with creating a class for the new europass style but could not find the time to finish it. However, what I did have the time to do was to create a font with the icons for it. It is available on github at github.com/ArTourter/europass if you are interested.
Jan
2
comment Latex in Ubuntu - alternative to Adobe Acrobat
@cfr I was mainly suggesting this as a way to test the pdf. If whatever is done on it works in adobe reader on Linux, it should work on windows. I have used pdftk for that sort of things and it works fine.
Jan
2
comment Latex in Ubuntu - alternative to Adobe Acrobat
Hi, Welcome to TeX.sx. This is not really on topic for this site. However, there is a version of Adobe reader for linux available, although not directly linked from the adobe website, but from their ftp server: ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/unix/9.x/9.5.5/enu
Dec
31
comment Warning message with fonts: Label(s) may have changed. Rerun to get cross-references right
what are your arara instructions, you haven't put them in your mwe.
Dec
30
reviewed Approve How to reference source code listing
Dec
23
revised if (first or second condition) <true> else <false>
removed beamer tag as unrelated
Dec
23
answered Math environment $..$ in tabular works in some cases
Dec
21
comment Switched from natbib to biblatex, cannot find bib file
There are 2 ways of building bibliographies. However from your question and comments I am not sure which ones you are trying to use. With biblatex, I think the default is biber (although you can use bibex if you specify it. with natbib, you have to use bibtex. So in your case, the workflow to compile your document should be pdflatex > biber >pdflatex > pdflatex. biber if the program that will compile your bibliography. Is this what you are doing?
Dec
19
comment Opening a PDF at a specific page
instead of #page.12 have you tried #page=12? I have used that in the past and it has worked irrespective of the source file.
Dec
16
revised rotate text in {align} formula, move {cases} to back, and wrap text
fixed typo in title
Dec
15
reviewed Reject Glossaries Acronyms generate overfull hbox: how do to line wrap?
Dec
11
reviewed Approve Changing color on advanced bar chart (pgfplotstable)
Dec
11
reviewed Approve Include Build Number inside PDF
Dec
10
reviewed Approve Inserting colon after editors with bibtex
Dec
9
comment Code with foreach AND coordinate does not compile - but if i remove one or the other, it compiles
Does this question help? tex.stackexchange.com/questions/34090/variables-in-tikz
Dec
9
revised tabular format, vertical line format not included in header
added 3 characters in body
Dec
9
answered tabular format, vertical line format not included in header
Dec
9
comment tabular format, vertical line format not included in header
you seem to be using booktabs as well, so vertical lines will not look pretty as they won't touch the \midrule. however, if you need to remove them on some cells, just put \multicolumn{1}{}{} in them.