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comment Tex capacity exceeded, sorry [input stack size = 5000]
@Amir: No, it is quite specifically the wrong answer for the question, since the question is not about beamer.
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comment Error “Please insert PRERENDERUNICODE”
I went with the second option because the first wasn't working either. In the end (after 2 days fighting it) I gave up and just replaced all of the special characters with \'e etc. I suspect it might have something to do with the American Meteorological Society journal template I had to use.
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comment Error “Please insert PRERENDERUNICODE”
if I do that with a è character in the document, I get Package inputenc Error: Unicode char \u8:�t� not set up for use with LaTeX.
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comment Error “Please insert PRERENDERUNICODE”
If I do the second option with è I get ! Package utf8x Error: MalformedUTF-8sequence. on those characters.
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comment Partial compile latex and bibtex for pandoc
Can you add what you've already tried? pandoc blah.md -o blah.doc --bibliography=citations.bib works fine for me for the bibiliography. Images don't seem to work though.
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comment Producing different versions of a document
There are a lot of really interesting ideas in this paper: Drucker, Petschnigg and Agrawala, 2006, "Comparing and Managing Multiple Versions of Slide Presentations" - this isn't applicable directly to TeX though, being mostly powerpoint focussed (from Microsoft). Still, lots to think about.
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comment Producing different versions of a document
That'd be nice, but XML is ... urgh.. verbose. Would it be possible to do something similar, with a simpler markup language? Maybe YAML?
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comment ConTeXt: How to change the background color and border of a Pandoc-generated blockquote?
Can you give some more detail on how to do this? I tried copying the last code block into a blockquote.tex text file, and then including it with pandoc infile.md -o outfile.pdf -H blockquote.tex, but I get an ! Undefined control sequence. l.44 \definebackground error.
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