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Jan
19
comment Is there a \lowertitleback for \extratitle?
No, it's the example that doesn't work. I've tried on two different machines but without success.
Jan
18
comment Is there a \lowertitleback for \extratitle?
The version before the edit worked fine, but I can't get the updated version to print the Upperextratitleback and Lowerextratitleback text.
Jan
13
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
9
asked Is there a \lowertitleback for \extratitle?
Jan
9
revised Forcing linebreaks in \url
forgot a word
Jan
9
awarded  Teacher
Jan
9
answered Forcing linebreaks in \url
Jan
9
awarded  Fanatic
Jan
6
answered How can I do a case-insensitive search using “Find in project” in kile?
Jan
4
comment How can I do a case-insensitive search using “Find in project” in kile?
I know how to use sed, thanks :) But it'd be more convenient to have a "kile solution" because it allows to open the files by clicking on the search results without using external apps.
Jan
3
asked How can I do a case-insensitive search using “Find in project” in kile?
Dec
30
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
22
accepted Problem with \acs from acronym package: No link in list of acronyms
Dec
22
comment Problem with \acs from acronym package: No link in list of acronyms
Simple and effective solution. Should be used with \acsu (instead of \acs), because then the acronym is marked and used and the label is not set a second time.
Dec
22
asked Problem with \acs from acronym package: No link in list of acronyms
Dec
13
comment Edition field in BibTeX: How to use “custom” entries?
I agree with barbara. In any case I'd be interested to see if there indeed is a BibTeX style that can recognize the field content as an ordinal string; that would give me more flexibility. (Admittedly, in the end, your solution surely is the most flexible one :)
Dec
13
comment Edition field in BibTeX: How to use “custom” entries?
I am using a modified version of unsrt.bst.
Dec
13
asked Edition field in BibTeX: How to use “custom” entries?
Nov
21
comment Command to uppercase the first letter of each word in a sentence
I modified this to keep the index sorted: \def\index#1{\def\x##1##2{\MakeUppercase{##1}{##2}}#1\inindex{#1@\x#1}}
Oct
31
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