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bio website ce.sharif.edu/~dousti
location Tehran, Iran
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I'm a Ph.D. candidate, studying computer science. My research interests include Foundations of Cryptography and Computational Complexity Theory.

My Ph.D. thesis title is "Conceptual Analysis and Improvement of Zero-Knowledge Models."


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awarded  Popular Question
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2
revised Specifying various fonts with various scales with fontspec
added 270 characters in body
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accepted Specifying various fonts with various scales with fontspec
Dec
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comment Specifying various fonts with various scales with fontspec
Thanks for the response. That was exactly what I wanted :D
Dec
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comment Specifying various fonts with various scales with fontspec
Thanks for providing a solution. I'm afraid it does not answer my question. I want this: When \textbf is used in some part of the text which is typeset with font "X", it changes to font "Y" with scale 0.8. Please let me know if I'm not clear.
Dec
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comment Specifying various fonts with various scales with fontspec
@egreg: Assume that \textbf or \bfseries is used, and the current text font is the main font (X.otf). What I want is that the bold text be typeset with Y.otf with scale 0.8.
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asked Specifying various fonts with various scales with fontspec
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accepted Character clash in ToC with long chapter numbers
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asked Character clash in ToC with long chapter numbers
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Critic
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Splitting an algorithm across two columns
Related: tex.stackexchange.com/q/159428/1347
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accepted Two column Algorithmicx with variable-width columns
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9
asked Two column Algorithmicx with variable-width columns
Jan
26
comment Incorrect reference to a line in algorithmic using hyperref
Thanks. Unfortunately, your edited answer did not quite work for me: First, it does not print the line number automatically, and second, it does not link to it (rather, it links to the algorithm itself). However, I took your excellent idea of using \phantomsections, and turned it into a working solution. Please check my answer.
Jan
26
answered Incorrect reference to a line in algorithmic using hyperref