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Oct
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comment What are a good set of macros for writing beamer presentations?
Thanks. Based on your thoughts and the number of up votes, I think I'll just avoid the macro redefinition.
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accepted What are a good set of macros for writing beamer presentations?
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asked What are a good set of macros for writing beamer presentations?
Oct
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comment Image on full slide in beamer package
@Matthew Okay. Thanks.
Oct
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answered Image on full slide in beamer package
Sep
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answered Is anybody using TeX for business reporting?
Sep
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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.
Sep
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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?
Sep
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answered How to APA 6th in LaTeX?
Sep
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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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Aug
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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.