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Sep
8
comment Different page numbering in appendix?
I'm using scrbook. And \backmatter before the appendix.
Sep
8
comment Different page numbering in appendix?
@egreg: Maybe something like A.n is possible, n being the page number?
Sep
8
asked Different page numbering in appendix?
Aug
31
asked Automatic way to break narrow tables into two columns?
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Yes, it does, thanks a lot!
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Yes, exactly. Sorry for not being clear in that point.
Aug
27
accepted BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
+1 for suggesting unsrt85.bst as filename :)
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
@Mas: The question is about the bibliography. Sorry for the confusion and thanks for the nice answer anyway.
Aug
27
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
@Mico, you're right.
Aug
26
accepted Allow line break, but without inserting a dash
Aug
26
revised BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
specified style used
Aug
26
comment BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Yes, it's a deliberate duplicate -- somehow none of the answers there seem to match my usecase: They either advise to use biblatex, or to use a different style. And also natbib doesn't seem to be appropriate.
Aug
26
asked BibTeX: How can I automatically reduce long author lists to “xxx et al.”?
Aug
23
comment Allow line break, but without inserting a dash
Is there a way to allow line breaks only at the specified positions? Otherwise LaTeX will often prefer to still add hyphens and break at other positions. (This happens When using e.g. hyphenat for automatic hyphenation.)
Aug
23
comment Allow line break, but without inserting a dash
OK, that's certainly one solution. Although I had hoped for something more along the lines of \allowbreak or \-... Because like this it's still not possible to specify where exactly LaTeX should break the line.
Aug
21
comment Allow line break, but without inserting a dash
Very nice, because it's automatic and does not add hyphens. But what if I have e.g. longtextthatdoesnothavecharactersurlbreaksatatanypositionbutneedstobebroken -- I'd need to indicate how (where) to break this, but the \Code enviroment will print any commands in verbatim mode...
Aug
21
comment Allow line break, but without inserting a dash
Seems to be babel specific, yes.
Aug
20
asked Allow line break, but without inserting a dash
Aug
19
accepted Make bibliography “invisible” (with bibtex)