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I am the author of TeX Tutorials on Youtube.

I am a linguist, lecturer and documentation specialist.

I use

  • Xelatex because of the unicode support.
  • OS X
  • Unix

I am a supporter of up-votes for good questions (not just good answers).

My favorite package is tikz (and tikz-qtree).


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revised What companies provide translation services for LaTeX (XeLaTeX UTF-8) documents?
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comment What companies provide translation services for LaTeX (XeLaTeX UTF-8) documents?
That is quite a statement to make @JosephWright. I don't think you realize how big of a jump it is to converting XML-based documents to converting LaTeX-based documents. On that note, I respectfully disagree. Your comment did help me to elaborate on my question, however.
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comment What companies provide translation services for LaTeX (XeLaTeX UTF-8) documents?
source language: ANY, output language: ANY, types of documents: robust (meaning any kind, meaning the most complicated kind, which I suppose is technical)
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accepted How can I, if possible, create a command whose output is dependent on an argument/parameter for language switching?
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asked What companies provide translation services for LaTeX (XeLaTeX UTF-8) documents?
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revised How can I, if possible, create a command whose output is dependent on an argument/parameter for language switching?
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comment How can I, if possible, create a command whose output is dependent on an argument/parameter for language switching?
+1 Why did you add polyglossia? I am trying to avoid that package (including Babel). I do use fontspec for utf8 support. But seems like this could work. English is not the default language in your example, however (although that is not a deal-breaker)
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asked How can I, if possible, create a command whose output is dependent on an argument/parameter for language switching?
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revised How can I write a conditional coloring command that distinguishes variables within sectioning commands vs those within the body text?
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comment How can I write a conditional coloring command that distinguishes variables within titles vs within the body text with titlesec/titletoc/tocloft?
Nevermind, I forgot to remove the sectsty package, which was conflicting with titlesec
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comment How can I write a conditional coloring command that distinguishes variables within titles vs within the body text with titlesec/titletoc/tocloft?
I tried your code and it works fine. I attempt to implement it in a larger document and my headings turn black just like in the other question. The keywords are red as they should be.
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accepted How can I write a conditional coloring command that distinguishes variables within titles vs within the body text with titlesec/titletoc/tocloft?
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asked How can I write a conditional coloring command that distinguishes variables within titles vs within the body text with titlesec/titletoc/tocloft?
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accepted How can I write a conditional coloring command that distinguishes variables within sectioning commands vs those within the body text?
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comment How can I write a conditional coloring command that distinguishes variables within sectioning commands vs those within the body text?
It was certainly not obvious to me that including titlesec would be an issue until after I tested it. Afterall, it is called a "minimal" working example. Of course I realize that this was not a criterion for my original question, hence my previous comment.