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revised is it possible to write a function ( programming language) with latex
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revised How to draw Proper path between nodes (1,0) and (2,3)?
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comment BibLaTeX - Change format of backreference
That's exactly what I was searching for. When changing the order of the commands \mkbibparens{{\color{red}\mkbibemph{#1}}} to {\color{red}\mkbibparens{\mkbibemph{#1}}} I was also able to have the brackets colored. Thank you for your quick answer.
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comment Frequently loaded packages: Differences between pdfLaTeX and LuaLaTeX
I am aware of the fact that one could install them on Linux but reading the guide you linked, it doesn't seem to be a thing one wants to do to just make a MWE running. My point is to use a font in the MWE that comes with TeX Live or MikTeX, such as TeX Gyre or Libertine. Using them you won't need to install anything more but your TeX distribution to use the MWE.
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comment Frequently loaded packages: Differences between pdfLaTeX and LuaLaTeX
I would suggest to not use the ClearType fonts as a default as they are—as far as I know—only provided in Windows. Hence using the TeX Gyre fonts or the Libertine might be a better solution for the MWE as they come bundled with TeX Live (and I think MikTeX too) and therefore are available on most TeX installations.
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comment How is a TeX document written when using LuaLaTeX?
@AaronDigulla Thank you, you are right. Of course it needs to be fontspec. I've corrected this mistake.
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revised How is a TeX document written when using LuaLaTeX?
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answered How is a TeX document written when using LuaLaTeX?