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asked how to reference problems by the text label in an exercise envioronment
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted better reference for apparently undocumented latex command line options?
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted TeX capacity exceeded, when flexisym scrreport, hyperref, and section heading with math all used together
May
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asked TeX capacity exceeded, when flexisym scrreport, hyperref, and section heading with math all used together
May
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comment better reference for apparently undocumented latex command line options?
It appears that with MikTex 2.9 this is missing any reference to -file-line-error (like the web docs)
May
28
comment better reference for apparently undocumented latex command line options?
that doesn't work for me (although texdoc pdftex does). However, there's still nothing there for -file-line-error.
May
28
revised better reference for apparently undocumented latex command line options?
note use of MikTex 2.9, matching docs link
May
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asked better reference for apparently undocumented latex command line options?
May
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accepted In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
May
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comment In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
You are right. \clearpage is not required with any of the \include'd files.
May
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comment In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
Without the sublime editor installed, SumatraPDF automatically detected my vim installation. Given how nicely that works, there's hardly any point to actually including a filename footnote in the document! Thanks.
May
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awarded  Self-Learner
May
25
revised In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
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May
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comment In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
ps. had to use -synctex=1, not --synctex
May
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comment In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
Looks like I have to use TexWorks instead of acrobat to view the pdf for this to work. Thanks for the tip. It would be nice to be able to invoke other editors though. Do you know of a way to do that?
May
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answered In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
May
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comment In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?
just a main .tex file that does various \input's and \include's of other .tex files.