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comment `:` is set to `\colon`, but the spacing is still wrong - part 2
I'd guess it's wrong because : is valid (and common) punctuation. Also, this is more likely to be dupe'd to the other question now :)
Sep
1
comment How can I make duplicate of the book?
*At any rate…" there are far too many usable answers to a question like this. You should be coming to the table with a question that is specific, answerable, and (ideally) shows some original research effort manifest in a minimal working example (MWE).
Sep
1
comment How can I make duplicate of the book?
This really isn't an appropriate 'question' for a variety of reasons, none the least of which is probable copyright violation. At any rate, there isn't a right answers to this question, so I'm voting to close.
Sep
1
revised Placement of table in IEEE paper
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Aug
30
comment pdfTeX: set Minion Pro font only for specific document parts
I recognize that, but I still think it's better suited for fontspec (which of course means not using pdftex – that's why I pointed it out).
Aug
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Aug
30
comment Generate .tex from .dtx
@cfr is right – there is a lot of specialized programming in DocTeX. To use it for another purpose isn't that great. Are you trying to do literate programming for your thesis? I have more experience with this than I'd like to admit – I can set up a room to chat about it if you'd like (hopefully the rep limit won't be a problem in this case).
Aug
29
comment LaTeX template for document to be submitted to SAP
\bigskip\noindent\textbf{\large Keywords}\quad? you make me sad :(
Aug
29
revised Generate .tex from .dtx
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Aug
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comment Generate .tex from .dtx
Just running LaTeX on the file will not normally (in my experience / use case) produce the other files. (I use a separate .ins file to do that.)
Aug
29
comment pdfTeX: set Minion Pro font only for specific document parts
Sounds like a job for fontspec. Do you have an MWE? (Also, welcome to TeX.SX!) Note that to use fontspec, you must use xetex/luatex which support native use of system fonts (which obviates fontpro).
Aug
29
comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
? Do you consider using a long-standing, documented, public function 'abuse'?
Aug
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comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
Even so, this would be vastly simplified with \NewDocumentCommand \SetSemantic {m} { \keyval_parse:NNn \use_none:n \cs_set_eq:NN {#1} } (ignoring the fact that each N will be getting a braced argument`).
Aug
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comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
@AndrewCashner read texdoc expl3 – it's a life-saver
Aug
28
comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
As in the space between the G and the !? I though that macro affected space after the next token?
Aug
28
revised user-defined markup aliases with l3
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revised user-defined markup aliases with l3
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Aug
28
comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
Off-topic, but I'm curious: how does the \@ before ! affect the end-of-sentence rubber after "?
Aug
28
comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
@daleif look through the edit history ;)
Aug
28
comment user-defined markup aliases with l3
@AndrewCashner see edit :)