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comment Decreasing the font-size of a word written with full capital letters
@Dalek When you say, "without needing to write it each time", do you mean not having to write the macros each time as in \smallcaps{THIS PHRASE} (just making ALL capital letters smaller?) You can always do {\small THIS PHRASE} (you need the brackets to keep the scope of \small limited to "THIS PHRASE") Also, do you mean a word written entirely with capital letters? Or, is a full capital letter something fuller than a normal capital letter?
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30
revised Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
added info about my solution based on Werner's suggestion
Jun
30
comment Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
No, it wasn't. See the history. I just added a sample file structure after you answered the question.
Jun
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comment Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
Sorry but I've got to call you out on this one. In the first paragraph I wrote: "I am not sure how to best word my question. Below is an example of what I'd like to do." I think reading the context of the question is quite important in this case. Anyway, this question is a duplicate and should probably be marked as such.
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comment Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
You got it backwards, I wrote "create a document that contains summaries". This means that this file is generated. Now I see why you asked in the comments above for an example of a “summary container”. The main documents contain the summaries for their respective contents. When the "summary container" is compiled, it is able to grab all the documents and input only the summary environments from them (I am afraid that getting the files without explicitly knowing their names is an OS function only). This results in a nice list of document names and their associated summaries.
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comment Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
@Werner I think this is a duplicate too. I tried marking it a duplicate, but it seems even me, as owner of this question, can not properly mark it as a duplicate. The answer with catchfilebetweentags seems to be sufficient. (Although I'd like to automate the file inputs to all files in a given folder--but that is not explicitly part of the question)
Jun
29
revised Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
added 71 characters in body
Jun
29
revised Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
added some extra info
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29
comment Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
@cfr No, the script could be modified maliciously (e.g. if permissions are correct, this will not likely happen, but in a large svn repository, where it is possible to check in malicious code, it is possible to cause some serious damage when I server compiles the documents automatically).
Jun
29
comment Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
@egreg I agree. However, enabling --shell-escape is not ideal for a couple of reasons: (1) It is a security risk. (2) Solution is often platform-specific.
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comment Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
@cfr By natively I mean not using external scripting languages to parse external files. Everything done within language. See last paragraph of my question.
Jun
29
asked Does LaTeX support including a specific part of an \input, like a specific environment and ignoring everything else?
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29
revised Check options in \newcommand or \NewDocumentCommand?
added link
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29
answered Check options in \newcommand or \NewDocumentCommand?
Jun
26
comment Very much gap between two sections in some chapters
@KiranKU Please provide a minimal example of your code so that a context is provided.
Jun
12
comment How to prevent page break between two section headings
@Werner Could you tell me which part specifically in \section attempts to avoid a page break after it? Is it the 2ex \@plus.2ex? I'd like to understand that.
Jun
12
accepted Is it true that when using \newline to stay in horizontal mode, the information will be on the same page?
Jun
12
comment How can I use multicolumn or multirow in a tabular using the array package global formatting technique?
Thanks! Finally an answer to this. Not a clean solution (because the $ and ^ have to be mentioned again :/), but it will suffice for now! Thanks for providing a nice explanation. It is always helpful to understand things.
Jun
12
accepted How can I use multicolumn or multirow in a tabular using the array package global formatting technique?
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comment How can I use multicolumn or multirow in a tabular using the array package global formatting technique?
@anderstood, uncommenting the problematic lines results in: ! Misplaced \omit. \multispan ->\omit \@multispan with This is XeTeX, Version 3.14159265-2.6-0.99991 (TeX Live 2014) (preloaded format=xelatex)