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accepted How to make a local TOC that only shows levels below where it is inserted?
Jan
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comment How to make a local TOC that only shows levels below where it is inserted?
another nice solution, thank you. Simple direct solution.
Jan
2
revised How to make a local TOC that only shows levels below where it is inserted?
added example using etoc
Jan
2
comment How to make a local TOC that only shows levels below where it is inserted?
I need a simple solution that I can understand. Not asking for anything fancy. All solutions posted seems to be too complicated for some reason. May be it is the nature of Latex.
Jan
2
comment How to make a local TOC that only shows levels below where it is inserted?
@karlkoeller I actually saw the question you linked to, spend 2 hrs just trying to understand it and could it. If things has to be this complicated to make local toc in latex, then something is wrong here. I did not undertand all this \makeatletter \newif\ifTOC@marginpatched \newcommand{\SetTOCrightmargin}[1]{% \ifTOC@marginpatched\else \let\old@pnumwidth\@pnumwidth \let\old@dottedtocline\@dottedtocline \def\@dottedtocline##1##2##3##4##5{% \old@dottedtocline{##1}{##2}{##3}{##4}{##5\hskip\TOC@rightmargin}} \let\old@l@part\l@part \def\l@part##1##2{\old@l@part{##1}{##2\hskip\TOC@rightmar..
Jan
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asked How to make a local TOC that only shows levels below where it is inserted?
Jan
2
accepted problem with titlesec package with tex4ht when using starred version of \section
Jan
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asked problem with titlesec package with tex4ht when using starred version of \section
Dec
30
comment Showcase of “programming your document” paradigm
Thanks for pointing package sageTex, I did not know about it. I just tried the example http://www.sagemath.org/doc/tutorial/sagetex.html and it works very well. I think this is the right way to go about it. Now one can write the latex and the computations all in same place. This is much better than using external tools and copy and paste.
Dec
27
comment What are the new features in TikZ/pgf 3.0?
wow, that code looks almost like one sees in normal looking languages. A normal looking function definition and even a normal looking "if then else". May be I should switch to Latex programming from now on. This is very good news. Can one call these functions from Latex outside \begin{tikzpicture}? Or these functions can only be used inside tikzpicture?
Dec
26
comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
@cfr ok, done. thank you.
Dec
26
answered How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
Dec
26
revised How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
making it answer
Dec
26
revised How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
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Dec
26
revised How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
added reason why I was getting error
Dec
26
comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
Thanks. That is very useful. I did find what was causing the error I was getting Paragraph ended before \pgffor@dots@stripcontext was complete. I updated my question. So case is now all closed. Thanks for your input.
Dec
26
comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
I am using includepdf{} but thought I can get more control by using tickzpicture. But mainly I wanted to know why the loop did not work using foreach. I'll play more with it to see. I am newbie in programing in Latex.
Dec
26
accepted How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
Dec
26
comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
I did not know that overlay requires an existing page, I thought it will create new pages and load the pdf pages on top from the file. But now I understand that a page have to exist first. I still like to know how to use the LOOP to load pages as pictures. But without the use of overlay confusion I have. May be I will make separate question on this later for that to make it more clear.
Dec
26
comment How to include multiple pdf pages using \foreach as tikzpicture?
I tried this \begin{document} test \installbackgrounds[17]{file2.pdf}\end{document} but the pdf file is not loaded? it looks like your solution for putting background on existing pages? But I need to actually include the external pdf pages in the document. Not as background to existing pages, but as new pages. thanks.