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comment Special package combination gives “No room for new \write.”
I just realised, that you marked lox with my code. Where do I have the line \addcontentsline{lox} in my code?
Jan
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accepted Special package combination gives “No room for new \write.”
Jan
31
comment Special package combination gives “No room for new \write.”
I did not realise that you condensed the information manually. Thanks!
Jan
29
comment Special package combination gives “No room for new \write.”
Thanks for your explanation! You are right, I do not need all packages every time and will reduce them. However, I wanted to understand the problem. How do you get the file jobname.log?
Jan
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Jan
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asked Special package combination gives “No room for new \write.”
Dec
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comment Difference between graph.layered and graph.trees
If trees is a subset of layered, I'm fine. Does anybody has certain information about this?
Dec
23
revised Difference between graph.layered and graph.trees
added 32 characters in body
Dec
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revised Difference between graph.layered and graph.trees
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Dec
23
comment Difference between graph.layered and graph.trees
When to use which and which limitations I have to consider. (I will add this sentence to my question.)
Dec
23
asked Difference between graph.layered and graph.trees
Dec
18
revised Compilation Process: Flow Chart
add code for further improvement
Dec
16
comment Compilation Process: Flow Chart
The question aims at an easy overview of the compilation process. In the past I triggered the different process step more or less randomly. When I was asked for a process that always works, I had no answer. Hence it is not necessary for me to know about files etc, except it has an impact on the process. In addition, I choose this type to clarify the optional use of Biber etc. Do you think of process diagrams like this: texample.net/tikz/examples/tag/flowcharts
Dec
16
answered Compilation Process: Flow Chart
Dec
5
comment Presentation of year and ISBN of BetterBibLaTeX from Zotero in LaTeX
I added the corresponding link to my question directly after I opened the issue on GitHub.
Dec
4
revised Presentation of year and ISBN of BetterBibLaTeX from Zotero in LaTeX
add link to issue on GitHub
Dec
4
accepted Presentation of year and ISBN of BetterBibLaTeX from Zotero in LaTeX
Dec
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comment Presentation of year and ISBN of BetterBibLaTeX from Zotero in LaTeX
Thanks! I will create an issue on BetterBibLaTeX at GitHub, because this is an issue of BetterBibLaTeX.
Dec
4
revised Presentation of year and ISBN of BetterBibLaTeX from Zotero in LaTeX
add version numbers
Dec
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comment Presentation of year and ISBN of BetterBibLaTeX from Zotero in LaTeX
Here is the output from Zotero's BibLaTeX: @book{west_introduction_2000, edition = {2}, title = {Introduction to Graph Theory}, isbn = {978-0-13-014400-3}, pagetotal = {470}, publisher = {Prentice Hall}, author = {West, Douglas Brent}, date = {2000-08-22} } This looks good. I see the d m y behind the date.