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comment 2 column layout without using tabular
I'm not familiar with Tex at that level, isnt there some kind of command like: \drawline{1cm,0cm,1cm,10cm} that simply draws a vertical line at 1cm horiz. pos... something like that...
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comment 2 column layout without using tabular
Now, there is only one thing that nags me: Is there a possibility to get the vertical seperator between year and text that you have with tabular? I'm be glad even with a brute force command, that "superposes" a simple line at a hand calculated coordinate onto the whole design...
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comment 2 column layout without using tabular
Thats what I was looking for, thanks.
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asked 2 column layout without using tabular
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
Hmmm, I think I should have stayed with MS-WORD... :-)
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revised footnote in table with hyperlinks
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
@cgnieder when I use \begin{savenotes} both \footnote and \tablefootnote only link to the beginning of the page, they don't jump directly to the footnote, only the last \tablefootnote in the table jumps to the (I think first) footnote defined in the table. Then I removed \begin{savenotes} and used \tablefootnote and then it seems to be the desired behaviour. So: \begin{savenotes} shouldnt be used but only \tablefootnote + pdflatex ...
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revised footnote in table with hyperlinks
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
@cgnieder Bingo ! Now the boxes appear. That was the answer. Thanks.
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
I'll try Windows/MikTeX...
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
I'll try Windows/MikTeX
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
Ok, I'll try it with Windows/MikTeX then. Thanks. Note: I dont have enough reputation point to move the entries up/down, so thank you here...
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
I'll try to switch to TeX Live 2011 and Win32, if only I could get a link to a installer that I can use. Really, I dont really have an overview of all the different latex, pteTex, luatex, texmake, tex-package-managers, etc...
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
I use a Makefile to generate a pdf under linux: latex c.tex; dvipdf c.dvi, the result it c.pdf. c.tex is the above example. latex --version prints: pdfTeX 3.1415926-2.3-1.40.12 (TeX Live 2012/dev/Debian), dvipdf comes from the ghostscript package...
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
Is it Win, Linux or MaxOSX? I guess the easiest way is maybe that I try it under Windows, which installer can I use for TeX Live 2011, is there some distribution that is most popular? I'm not that familiar with Tex...
May
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
Yes, I compiled the entire code, but (on my system) when using your \tnotex I get a "3??" as output and no red link at all...
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
The answer from cgnieder indicates that I have some delta in the latex system I use. His setup outputs i.stack.imgur.com/5lpGN.png , my setup i.stack.imgur.com/xggYv.jpg ... what kind of setup do you use?
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comment footnote in table with hyperlinks
Maybe I should switch OS, what OS and distribution do you use to get that the above output?