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I've been working with LaTeX for more than five years, starting at Grammar School. By now I'm studing computer sciences at the University of Passau (Germany) and it still is the tool of my choice.


Nov
18
accepted Popup bubble in beamer presentation
Oct
8
comment How to include video into latex output
Did you have a look at the "media9" package? The documentation also contains some examples on how to embed videos.
Sep
14
comment Popup bubble in beamer presentation
Thank you for your nice answer, Symbol 1. That "static" way of doing it, is quite clear to me. My question is more like is there a way to do the fade out automatically, maybe a second or two after the fade in is completed.
Sep
13
asked Popup bubble in beamer presentation
May
19
comment Do different TeX distributions produce PDFs of different quality?
If you use different fonts, you will have results looking different.
May
15
awarded  Yearling
May
31
awarded  Electorate
May
25
awarded  Enlightened
May
25
awarded  Nice Answer
May
15
awarded  Yearling
May
13
revised Drawing system architecture in Latex
edited tags
May
4
revised How to get a nice code to insert pictures on the right?
improved formatting, bad mistake in second listing
May
4
answered How to get a nice code to insert pictures on the right?
May
4
comment How to get a nice code to insert pictures on the right?
I've just realized you have a label for a figure in each minipage. If there are only images to be arranged, the subfig package might also be helpful.
May
4
comment How to get a nice code to insert pictures on the right?
I think the minipage environment is the most common to produce this kind of two columns. If your text is related to the picture, maybe try something like the wrapfig package, which allows to place the picture with a round floating text.
May
4
comment How to get a nice code to insert pictures on the right?
Have you thought of extracting your PSTricks code each to an minimal LaTeX-file, compile them seperately (maybe a make file or something like that) an include only images to your main document. I'm working with an equal workflow when having many PSTricks pictures and it keeps the code of the main document simple. And: You can create and improve each PSTricks picture seperately without recompiling the main document every time.
May
3
comment XeTex on ubuntu
Could you please post a full example of your code? It looks like it is an fontspec error, but fontspec should work with lualatex
May
3
comment XeTex on ubuntu
Are you starting the TeX processor out of an editor? Normally those use latex or pdftex as default engines, you need to change it to xelatex or xetex in the editor. If you are using TeX Works coming with TeX Live, there is a dropdown menu next to the "compile button". It is no problem with TeX Live, as it is working on the command line, your editor is just using the wrong engine by default for this file.
Apr
21
awarded  Civic Duty
Apr
15
comment Is verbatimbox.sty missing in frozen TeX Live 2012?
@yCalleecharan Under Linux texhash is just a symlink to mktexlsr. AFAIK texhash is just another popular name, so both are provided for the same functionality. If I'm wrong, please correct me…