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Dec
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accepted On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
@JosephWright thanks. I use MikTeX package manager, and yes, it was not installed. Installed cm-super and now the error went away. I think Miktex should installed cm-super by default just like TL in this case.
Dec
20
revised On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
showed installed cm-super, resolved issue
Dec
20
revised On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
updated more console outputs
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
@cfr when omitting microtype but still use T1, and also load lmodern, it works as mentioned above. As far what it uses, I will now post the console output for this case as well so you can see. I am not really familiar with fonts and what to look for. May be you can spot now the issue.
Dec
20
revised On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
added console output
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
Ok, I will put the full output on the console at the end of my question in this case now.
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
Thanks. How does one check if cm-super is there/used or not? I did full installation of MikTex on windows. Also did full update about 2 months ago or so. I know nothing about cm-super or where to look for it. But will google it now.
Dec
20
asked On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
Dec
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Dec
8
comment dvisvgm not working when called by htlatex
I would forget about using tex4ht.env. I use svg images with tex4ht. But generate them directly using pdf2svg during the build process. Example how to do this is here Detailed description of my tex4ht setup this is what I do now and it works very well for me.
Dec
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accepted FancyVerb error when % at end, when using \DefineVerbatimEnvironment
Dec
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comment FancyVerb error when % at end, when using \DefineVerbatimEnvironment
@barbarabeeton if the Latex document in SW is saved as what is called Portable Latex, then tcilatex is not used. tcilatex is only used when one saves the document as SW/SWP/SN. I never do this. I always choose Portable Latex.
Dec
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comment FancyVerb error when % at end, when using \DefineVerbatimEnvironment
@barbarabeeton yes, this fix is specific for SW. in SW it has what it calls a TexField. It is used to allow one to enter raw latex in the document itself. But SW was adding % to the end of the line, even though the raw Latex was inside a TexField. Adding one white space, told SW not to add % any more to end of line, when it saves the document as Latex file. So I am able to compile it using TexLive. This all applies to SW 5.5. They have a new major version called 6.0 now, released few months ago, which I do not use. Version 6 is based on XML.
Dec
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answered FancyVerb error when % at end, when using \DefineVerbatimEnvironment
Nov
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asked FancyVerb error when % at end, when using \DefineVerbatimEnvironment
Nov
24
comment Suggestions Request / App for drawing that code generate a tikz code
Why does it have to generate tikz code? I currently use IPE. You can insert Latex code in the drawing, then export it to pdf. It works very well, and now I use it for all my diagrams. google IPE latex and you'll find it. It is easy to use.
Nov
22
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
awarded  Socratic
Nov
22
accepted Package breakurl Warning: You are using breakurl while processing via pdflatex