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comment How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
@Charles: Good point. But i think that with APA journals (e.g., JAP bit.ly/ajHZGq) the closest thing to latex is allowing submission in PDF and the PDF must conform to APA style 6th edition.
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comment How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
@Charles Is what you say true? Might not an editor be more inclined to reject your submission because you failed to follow guidelines regarding submission format requirements?
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answered How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
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comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
Thanks. This looks good.
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comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
awesome. I'll have a look.
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comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
@Esultanik Verbatim copying of environment contents would be fine
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comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
@Seamus: Updated question to clarify why an automated approach is desirable
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comment Extracting the contents of text in a specified environment into a new file
@Andrew Thanks for that. The solution in Perl does look elegant. And the write-while-compiling option sounds useful and possibly easier to learn for someone who has never used Perl. Hopefully someone will provide an answer on how to write-while-compiling.
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comment Custom list of hypotheses in table of contents format
It seems to take the list text from any text in square brackets: e..g., \begin{hypothesis}[This text is displayed in list]This text is not\end{hypothesis}. While I would be willing to type the text twice if necessary, the text in the square brackets also appears in my document, which prevents it from being a solution.
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comment Custom list of hypotheses in table of contents format
Thanks. This is helpful. However, by default it does not print the hypothesis text in the list. It only prints the hypothesis number and the page number. I'm having a read through the documentation to see if it supports printing the text.
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