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comment No simple UTF8 support in latex?
@Caramdir should the verbatim be taken away? Oh and I marked your question as accepted anyways, I shouldn't have argued rather; suggested the fact after accepting your answer, which is what I am now doing
Dec
13
comment No simple UTF8 support in latex?
@Martin Tapankov I believe that you do not "speak for most of us" while veiled sarcasm may exist; LMGTFY doesn't solve the UTF8 problem, in fact the solution(currently) is to use a different dialect of latex, and even then there is a lot of characters that can be missing. I AM SORRY if I am NOT used to my latex looking BEAUTIFUL.
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comment No simple UTF8 support in latex?
your answer seems to be the best, if you remove that giant image from it, I'll mark it as accepted. Also I thought that UTF8 or Unicode supports most languages, is this not true?
Dec
12
comment No simple UTF8 support in latex?
@Yiannis Lazarides where did I say that Latex is not beautiful? I merely stated that it was not compiling.
Dec
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asked No simple UTF8 support in latex?
Oct
11
comment Macro to multicol section content but not section title
Worked almost like a charm!! If I could just figure out how to make those foot notes appear pretty and above sections following sections(on the same page); I would say this is worth adding to the multicol package as an option. But that would be another question.
Oct
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comment Macro to multicol section content but not section title
@TH sorry about that I reworded the question to be more like how I expect answers, honestly I don't know what I was doing up that late last night, anyways.
Oct
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revised Macro to multicol section content but not section title
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Oct
11
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accepted Macro to multicol section content but not section title
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revised Macro to multicol section content but not section title
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asked Macro to multicol section content but not section title
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revised preceding a command by an argument
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comment preceding a command by an argument
I'm sure this works, but like you said; This doesn't directly answer my original question of how to use preceding arguments for commands
Sep
21
comment preceding a command by an argument
@frabjous you mean like a perl script to find the regex and change it to the \frac form before it is handed to the compiler. I was thinking about that but am too frightened to do it.(i have Miktex)