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comment Using \mathcal font outside of latex
@Arthur At the end of the day it's not a TeX question, but a font question. Try this project or search for a TTF of Computer Modern yourself. That's the font that TeX uses by default. There really isn't anything else to say or suggest.
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comment Using \mathcal font outside of latex
I'm sorry, but I don't believe this is on-topic for this site. Regardless, you should check out the Latin Modern font -- a close clone of TeX's default Computer Modern. Does that answer your question?
Feb
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reviewed Close Easy way to add bibliography in latex
Feb
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comment macros - calling a command using an input variable
@ChristianHupfer ... please leave a message at the tone? :)
Feb
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comment how to make (TeX-command-run-all) save automatically without asking?
@KeksDose Which is exactly why it scares me :-)
Feb
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comment how to make (TeX-command-run-all) save automatically without asking?
Unless you're always on some version control system, actually saving all the time seems like it could backfire on you pretty badly.
Feb
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comment how to make (TeX-command-run-all) save automatically without asking?
Related, possibly a duplicate. TeX-save-query is news to me, though :) How to omit comfirmation when I compile the files in emacs?
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comment Setup: Versions of a draft and git
@FooBar One of the reasons git has been so successful is its flexibility to a multitude of software engineering paradigms :) There isn't any 'one true flow' for git -- it just doesn't exist. Branches, tags, remotes, versioned folders, etc. are all valid solutions to this. A right answer doesn't exist -- nor does a wrong answer. (In the future, there are usually people in chat with strong opinions that are happy to share them :)
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comment Setup: Versions of a draft and git
I agree that the question is not off-topic, but "What's a good project structure..." is inherently an opinion-based question. There are many such project structures. Some are completely flat, some are excessively hierarchical, some are pure fairy dust. You need to hone your question down to something more specific so it's answerable :-)
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Jan
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comment expl3 variables and functions
@JosephWright I picture TeX groups like layers of an onion: 'local to the current group' is existing only in one layer; 'global…' would be existing in that layer and all outer layers.
Jan
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comment expl3 variables and functions
The idea of namespaces is absolutely contrived in expl3. As a general rule, all definitions are global (to the current group). For some interesting stuff with pure expl3, check out my termmenu package on CTAN.
Jan
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reviewed Leave Open Sideways picture shown on wrong page
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reviewed Close Passing length in form of a string instead of measure
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reviewed Close Symbol: “maps isomorphically”
Jan
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comment LaTeX to Word Conversion: “Normal” Style
Agree with @KeksDose -- as awful as the doc-format is, it's an editing format (such as it is). PDF is a publication format.
Jan
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comment How to modify a mobius strip?
What have you tried changing?
Jan
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comment Style/macros for outlines in Plain TeX
@lhf The link you provided died; is this an appropriate replacement? tug.org/eplain/doc/eplain.html#Lists