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Nov
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comment Change cite color with hidelinks?
basically no you can't. hidelinks does exactly that, it hide the links by setting all colours to the normal text colour, i.e., black. if you want to have only one type of coloured link, you have to set them all manually. have a look at tex.stackexchange.com/questions/50747 for details
Nov
12
comment My graphic file is not showing on the PDF, nor is the succeeding text, why is this?
your example here doesn't have a \end{document} at the end. is that the same on your file? if so you should add it.
Nov
12
comment My graphic file is not showing on the PDF, nor is the succeeding text, why is this?
[H] is not a valid option for figure without the float package. although it should have given you an error. What happens if you remove it?
Nov
11
comment Problem with Minted using Mactex
Tha probably means that you didn't add anaconda to the PATH. this pages docs.continuum.io/anaconda/install explains it. You could also do it manually by adding to your .bashrc file : export PATH=~/anaconda/bin:$PATH.
Nov
10
comment Biblatex references don't work using Biber
Welcome! Have you run biber and pdflatex again as the log file indicates? The normal workflow is pdflatex > biber > pdflatex > pdflatex.
Nov
9
comment How can I prepend code to the \tableofcontents command using etoolbox?
The interfaces package also allows you to modify the appearance of the pdf bookmarks.
Nov
9
comment Problem with Minted using Mactex
Have you tried compiling the document directly from the command line? I don't really know what TexPad would do with that sort of non standard PATH. I had a look in the configuration of TexPad but I cannot find anywhere to specify non standard paths. As a side note, I have always had reports of problem from users using anaconda. it doesn't seem to play nice with a lot of things. Mac already comes with python, so installing pygments on the default version of python may prove useful.
Nov
8
comment Problem with Minted using Mactex
is pygmentize in your PATH? how did you install it? in Terminal if you type which pygmentize, what do you get?
Nov
5
comment how to compile Lualatex from terminal?
withou seeing the source it is hard to tell, but a couplw of thing jump out. It shpuld be --shell-escape, and you should not be using fontenc with lualatex. Apart from that, the error ypu have shown are not related to lualatex, and pdflatex would probably crash the same way.
Nov
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Oct
13
comment Turning off and on images in figures
@Xi'an you should ask a new question with a mwe as I cannot reproduce your problem without more information.
Oct
13
reviewed Reject How can I add “page # of ##” on my document?
Oct
13
comment Turning off and on images in figures
@Xi'an where did you apply the option for it to clash? the class? the package or the graphic itself? what are the effects of said clash?
Oct
8
comment Computer and save symbol in LaTeX
Have you had a look at fontawesome?
Sep
30
reviewed Reject Italic math font (via \mathit) not working for greek symbols with fontspec/lualatex/TeX Live 2015
Sep
9
reviewed Reject How to avoid showing the filename when using graphicx?
Sep
9
reviewed Reject How to avoid showing the filename when using graphicx?
Aug
29
comment Inserting SVG images in Latex
Welcome. The reason why people always mention inkscape for these question is that the svg package uses inkscape to convert your svg file to your desired output which is then inserted in your document. Inkscape is required to insert svg files into your latex document. So my question is "do you have inkscape installed?"