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May
18
comment How to get BibTeX to work with Org mode LaTeX export?
For future readers, I posted what I believe to be the answer on the Org mode mailing list, here: lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2013-05/msg00791.html
Dec
1
comment Is it actually illegal to TeX `texbook.tex`?
Also, this: michaelgeist.ca/content/view/897/135
Dec
1
comment Is it actually illegal to TeX `texbook.tex`?
US Copyright law is crystal clear about this whole business. See copyright.gov/help/faq. It is certainly legal to read while bubble bathing, and it is also certainly illegal to COPY while bubble bathing (in the US). That's what copyright means: the right to replicate, or reproduce, the work, period. Whether we distribute or not is irrelevant. The illegality is unchanged. The only exceptions are 1) for fair use or 2) with permission. All that said, such a thing is nearly impossible to enforce, especially against those who copy in a bubble bath and never distribute.
Nov
18
comment \includegraphics and \includepdf both remove all copy (text) from my (R outputted) pdf graphs, using pdfTeX
Not an answer to the question, but if you are using R to make PDF reports then the best way to fly is with Sweave (or GNU Emacs Org mode). You don't need to fuss with images at all; Sweave takes care of everything. For non-LaTeX-fu masters I recommend LyX (which works with Sweave and has ImageMagick for image handling).
Nov
18
comment Paste images into LyX
Yes, just type img/foo.jpg in the little box. Since we don't care about the long path, we don't need to browse. But you still need to save the image externally somewhere in a place that you know (hopefully close by) with a name that you can remember.